Dr.Oz 28 Day Vegan Plan Following The Cowboy Vegan Rocco

September 24 Dr. Oz 28 Day Cowboy Goes Vegan Diet Challenge

The vegan diet

The twenty Eight Day Eating Plan On Dr. Oz this week consists of the first two weeks you have to break the bad habits, and the next two weeks you have the create the new ones that are going to be your life long habits. The plans needs for you love the results because if you don't love what your doing your not going to stay with it for the rest of your life.

"Dr. Oz's 28-Day Raw Food Challenge – Tyrone's Diet - Rocco The Meat Loving Cowboy's 28 Day Diet. This 28 Day Going Vegan Diet (Raw Food Diet) Has many names. Today Dr. Oz, Tuesday Jan. 5th 2010 Rocco The Vegan Cowboy, and Tyrone hit the stage to go over the 4 Week Diet Step By Step".

Tuesday Jan. 5th 2010 Update: Dr. Oz's 28 Day Raw Food Challenge With Rocco & Tyrone... CLICK HERE!

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Below Is Rocco's Return To Dr. Oz Update 28 Days later

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What Is A Vegetarian

What a vegetarian is--- your not eating any meat, Dr Oz says if it comes with a face, your not eating it.

Dr. Oz's Vegan Diet For Cowboy Rocco

Week number one is Detox Week to reboot the system. Replace the protein you would have gotten from meat with other food sources...walnuts, almonds, seeds such as sesame seeds, sunflower seeds are very rich in protein. Meats have vitamin B12 in them, vegans often need to take a supplement of B12 and a multivitamin.

Week two of the vegan diet, is finding alternatives to meat. Alternatives such as Seitan, and soy proteins which can be found just about anywhere. There are meats, vegan hamburgers, vegan hot dogs, vegan short ribs. Apparently Seitan tastes a lot like beef according to Dr. Oz. So, the first two weeks of Dr.Oz's 28 day vegan plan, as he says, rebooting your system.

Dr. Oz tells Rocco, the cowboy vegan that eating like this would not spike his blood sugars, Rocco was concerned because he is type two diabetic, which means he does not take a needle. Dr. Oz bets that once the Vegan Cowboy loses his belly, he won't be a diabetic anymore, and come off the medications he is on.

Week three Dr.Oz talks about being able to have a little bit of chocolate but it has to 70% cocoa chocolate. Soy snacks, not potato chips.

Week four is Rocco's vegan diet with meat. Instead of meat being the main course, it is too get you back to normal.

The world is going to follow Rocco's 28 day vegan diet with Dr.Oz to see if he follows through.

Below is a table of a list of Vegan Protein in grams and calories for men and women's daily allowances.

Servings: Protein Content of Chosen Vegan Foods

Tempeh 1 cup 41 9.3
Seitan 3 ounces 31 22.1
Soybeans, cooked 1 cup 29 9.6
Lentils, cooked 1 cup 18 7.8
Black beans, cooked 1 cup 15 6.7
Kidney beans, cooked 1 cup 13 6.4
Veggie burger 1 patty 13 13.0
Chickpeas, cooked 1 cup 12 4.2
Veggie baked beans 1 cup 12 5.0
Pinto beans, cooked 1 cup 12 5.7
Black-eyed peas, cooked 1 cup 11 6.2
Tofu, firm 4 ounces 11 11.7
Lima beans, cooked 1 cup 10 5.7
Quinoa, cooked 1 cup 9 3.5
Tofu, regular 4 ounces 9 10.6
Bagel 1 med.

(3 oz)
9 3.9
Peas, cooked 1 cup 9 6.4
Textured Vegetable Protein (TVP), cooked 1/2 cup 8 8.4
Peanut butter 2 Tbsp 8 4.3
Veggie dog 1 link 8 13.3
Spaghetti, cooked 1 cup 8 3.7
Almonds 1/4 cup 8 3.7
Soy milk, commercial, plain 1 cup 7 7.0
Soy yogurt, plain 6 ounces 6 4.0
Bulgur, cooked 1 cup 6 3.7
Sunflower seeds 1/4 cup 6 3.3
Whole wheat bread 2 slices 5 3.9
Cashews 1/4 cup 5 2.7
Almond butter 2 Tbsp 5 2.4
Brown rice, cooked 1 cup 5 2.1
Spinach, cooked 1 cup 5 13.0
Broccoli, cooked 1 cup 4 6.8
Potato 1 med.

(6 oz)
4 2.7

The recommendation for protein for adult males vegans is around 56-70 grams per day; for adult female vegans it is around 46-58 grams per day .

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