Best vegan meal plan to lose weight faster


If you’re aiming to lose weight, you’re likely aware of the crucial role a calorie deficit plays in fat loss. A calorie deficit means consuming fewer calories than your body burns, which forces it to utilize stored fat cells for energy.

This principle is based on the first law of thermodynamics, which states that energy cannot be created or destroyed. Therefore, weight loss occurs when the body taps into its fat stores due to a calorie deficit.

While this scientific law is widely accepted, knowing that you need to consume fewer calories doesn’t necessarily make it easier to accomplish. There are two important factors that this concept alone fails to address:

Not all calories are created equal. Some foods are more beneficial for fat loss than others when compared calorie for calorie. Different diets and food choices vary in their ease of adherence.

The elephant in the room for any dieting program is adherence. If a diet is not easy or satisfying to follow in the long term, no matter how fast you could lose weight on it if you stick to it, you won’t reap the benefits because you can’t maintain it. Stick around and watch the video until the end to learn a couple of strategies that I use on a daily basis that promotes consistency and allows me to maintain my 40 lbs weight loss.

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  1. Each day I inch closer to fully plant based. With keto, I lost water weight really fast and then stalled and didn’t actually lose any weight. Plus I lost my hair and flares my gastritis. 😢.

    I am ashamed to say I used to eat a vegan diet. I lived a vegan lifestyle in general but one day I just gave my whole lifestyle up because I was depressed and couldn’t bring myself out of it (had nothing to do with my diet but all to do with my life circumstances and I didn’t have good coping skills). I regret ever taking that step backwards.

    I’m not just going for weight loss but trying to get back to the version of myself I once knew.

  2. Chili girl here 🙋🏼‍♀️ I always have my own special chili mill next to me on the table to add some heat when cooking for more people than just myself 😂

    Two tipps I have:
    If you wet a kitchen towel and put it under your cutting board, it should stay in place better 😊
    When moving your veg on the board, turn your knife and use the back of it to scootch it over. Your knives will thank you 😜

  3. I was wondering if anyone else is having trouble with the sound on Chelsea’s videos. On many of her videos, the sound goes out for me about 30 seconds into the video. I’ve never had this happen with any other channel. It happens on quite a few videos on this channel. Totally bums me out because this is one of my favorites. Any ideas what might be going on?

  4. Iii m 62 and vegan for 7 years. I have just started my raw food journey with the 80/10/10 dediet of 80% raw foods. I have had to cut back on starches (potatoes, beans, legumes) because at age 60, metabolism decreases significantly. I notice a lot of younger people preparing meals with at least one starch in the recipe. However, older people may not be able to eat as much starchy food without gaining weight.

  5. When Elizabeth Taylor (RIP🙏) lost a lot of weight, she went to an elite “fat farm” spa. At that spa, they placed people immediately on a fast for a few days then 800 calories of just fruit and a salad for about 3 weeks. Then the slowly increased the calories to 1000. By the end of 2-3 months, the calories were increased slightly to an amount the clients would be able to sustain outside of the spa. So I can see 800 calories in the short-term of a few months but not in the long-term.

  6. Every vegan and vegetarian should take at least every second day early in the morning on an empty stomach 1 tablespoon (= 15 ml) castor oil in order to prevent an intestinal blockage, for in the case that you will eat a lot of fruits or vegetables your large intestine will be really filled and you will remark this one occasionally unpleasant, this especially during the night. In this case it will be very helpfull to take your dosage castor oil in good time.

  7. I LOVE cooking, meal prep and I feel so good preparing healthy, nutritious food but not everyone does. My friends that I adore, who struggle with their weight hardly know how to boil water. When I tell them about how I prepare meals for the week their eyes glaze over like a donut, which is usually what they have for breakfast.

  8. Calories are measured in a bomb calorimeter. It is not a reflection of how our bodies use or store energy. A calorie is not a calorie. Our bodies use different macronutrients differently for energy. Fat is a great nutrient for energy, while carbs tend to be good for storage. For example, when my diet was carb heavy, I had to go down to 1200 calories to lose weight. If I went to 1400 I would gain. Now I eat a low carb diet and eat roughly 2500 to 2700 calories per day. My body is using vs. storing energy differently. High fat, low carbs allows for more calories.

  9. What a helpful visualization of calorie density. I think I may have been overdoing the beans, edamame and tofu. I need to shift my focus to rice and potatoes. I already have a ton of veggies. The sushi bowl idea is killer! I already do burrito bowls a lot. Thanks, Chelse