i've been vegetarian for 16 years with the exception of salmon or tuna a few times a month (drs orders). i don't do much dairy, except when i really crave a veggie pizza. In looking at what other vegetarian crps-ers have said, i have to think it helps.
unfortunately, i can't cook at all anymore, but amys, morningstar and boca have been godsends. (the amys kids meals are just perfect for days when i feel awful and don't want to eat) when i'm up to takeout runs, i load up on veg options from paneras and sometimes the minestrone soup from olive garden. it's really easy to make swaps at most restaurants.
i took a great cooking course before this happened that was full vegan and wonderful tasting, it's the cancer project diet and seems to help with a number of things. if you can cook, it's terrific!! here's the info.
i loved this, even the kale.
i still have too much sugar (especially after blocks or if i'm just really hating the pain) but the caffeine free coke tastes just like the regular, so at least that's semi-okay. my real weakness is snapple, it's just so convenient. but i try to just have naturally caffeine free tea. target has a bunch of these and so do bookstores. the berryblossom white is awesome!
hope it helps!