I would say that 95% of the time, I eat a vegan diet. I do that for health, and I find that I’m gaining a lot of benefits (personally) from sticking to this kind of eating regime. From my personal experience, here is how eating mostly vegan has helped me:

How eating mostly Vegan benefited Me:

Less or almost no headaches
Less heart palpitations, I used to get them a lot when I was eating meat.
More energy during the day and better stamina.
Acne has greatly decreased.
Less problems with joint pains. I used to get those once in a while.
I also found a bunch of infographic that I believe will help people understand more about eating vegan.

Vegan Infographics:
Vegan vs Meat Eater

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vegan Health Infographic           Veganism myths debunked infographic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What motivated me to start eating mostly Vegan:

I started after getting a serious of heart palpitations, which were very similar to what my mother had when she was younger and she said that meat had caused hers. To be blunt, I didn’t want to die, and those palpitations were so frightening and horrible that I literally felt that I may not even wake up one morning, so I bit the bullet and gave it up.