Archive for the ‘vegetarian nutrition’ Category
Monday, November 19th, 2012
The healthy vegan diet-made easy.
Vegans face their own special challenges when it comes to nutrition and this book provides answers. There are about one million vegans in the U.S. and about 50,000 new ones every year. A growing number of physicians advocate a completely plant-based diet for many of their patients who suffer from diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. In The Complete Idiot’s Guide(r) to Plant-Based Nutrition, readers will find:
? Where to get nutrients that others get from meat and dairy.
? How to avoid the vegan pitfall of overfed but undernourished.
? How to spot hidden animal ingredients in packaged foods.
? Tips for eating at restaurants.
? Special considerations for children and seniors.
Sunday, November 18th, 2012
Would it logistical possible and practical/beneficial for every person in the world to become vegetarian without nutrition or other problems?
I don’t know, it might be possible to supply everybody with vegetables.
Instead of being a vegetarian, though, I think I’ll try being a meatetarian.
Saturday, November 17th, 2012
Vegetarian? Vegan? Flexitarian? Understand the many shades of vegetarians, along with the pros and cons of a greener diet.
Duration : 0:4:23
Saturday, November 17th, 2012
I’m giving blood in a school blood drive tomorrow (my education already has my sweat and tears, so why not?) but I’m a vegetarian and not very good at balancing my diet. Without sparking the whole debate about vegetarians and nutrition, is there something that I can eat for breakfast tomorrow morning that can raise my blood iron just a little bit? Or, is it kinda too late to raise my iron? I know I kinda procrastinated a while before even thinking about this.
It’s a bit late to be worrying about increasing your iron levels. There is nothing you can take, like a pill or a tincture, that will raise it for a day. Doctors will suggest taking a multivitamin with iron for many people with anemia, but it is a gradual process for it to build up in your system, taking weeks to get to optimum level. Being a vegetarian, and seeing as how iron is generally found in red meat, you’re in a bit of a bind in the long run, but you’re absolutely not out of options. There are many daily vitamins and supplements suggested to vegetarians to help keep your vitamin and mineral levels adequate. Do some internet searches on the topic, and I’m sure you’ll come up with tons of hits! As for tomorrow, there is really nothing you can do at this point. However, perhaps its time to look into a long term plan
Friday, November 16th, 2012
See before pictures here: http://s1279.beta.photobucket.com/user/VeganBetti/library/Pre-vegan%20Betti
To clarify: I have lost 100 pounds eating a raw vegan diet. The first 80 pounds were lost in 2009. I later became a cooked vegan and my weigh plateaued. Since going raw vegan again this year, I have lost an additional 20 pounds and am getting thinner each day. I have before pictures somewhere, but I’m still learning the ropes of video editing, so they’ll be around later. Genes, physical activity, and a plant-based VEGAN diet got me what I’m working with. I predict that I will look much different in the coming months, as I’m STILL losing weight.
Wanna be a vegan?
Do you eat fruits and vegetables?
Wanna lose weight?
Like sexy people?
Wanna change the world?
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Duration : 0:3:50
Friday, November 16th, 2012
Im looking for some tips to make a menu for vegetarians the chemistry teacher requested me to do this for the class so what kind of food do vegetarians eat.
Is there any site to find a menu for vegetarians with nutrition facts tables and that.
have a look at www.vegsoc.org
Monday, September 17th, 2012
Sleep, water, sugar sufficiency must be the daily focus.
Sun + sport must be the weekly focus.
Making the world a better place for humanity, the animals and the environment must be the life focus.
Here are some more tips from Durianrider & Freelee
One MUST get consistent early nights to ensure success on a healthy weight loss lifestyle. More early nights means a healthier and faster metabolism + you will have greater nerve energy for the next day as your organs get the rest they need to function healthfully.
High carb low fat fruit based lifestyles work wonders for long term weight loss transformations. Ive NEVER seen a fat fruit or rice muncher EVER. People sneak in fat and wonder why they get fat.
Im talking FAT FAT not skinny fat cos someone doesnt move their body and they wonder why they dont have a tight stomach.
Weight loss transformation WILL happen when you do the right things. High carb, low fat, early nights, consistent hydration etc.
Participate in your fav activities to build the toned body that you want. Its easy to lose weight but to build a toned body you MUST MOVE IT! AND eat enough carb calories so that the active adventure filled lifestyle is EASY to maintain!! So many people make the mistake of not eating enough carb calories DAILY!! Thats like wanting to be a big spender on 5$ a day! CHOW DOWN THE CARB CALORIES REGARDLESS OF YOUR WEIGHT!!
My recommendations for anyone wanting to get fit + stay fit + gain muscle + burn fat is 10g of carbs per kg of bodyweight per day MINIMUM (even on days off) and 1g of carbs per kg of bodyweight per hour when you’re out training. I personally drink enough water so Im pizz’n at least 10 times a day CLEAR and a few times a night. If my urine is yellow or straw, I just knock back a quart and Im good to go.
Raw food diet vegan high carb low fat style based on fruit keeps you slim naturally. How to get a flat stomach, how to lose weight with raw foods.how to start a raw food diet? all these questions and more answered by Durianrider & Freelee on our channels. Thanks for watching!
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Duration : 0:10:10
Friday, September 7th, 2012
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For more tips on how to lose weight, get fit, get healthy, succeed on a raw vegan diet, deal with depression and change your life, check out Tim Van Orden’s latest AudioBook “Turbo Charge Your Life!” http://runningraw.com/store.html#audiobook
Lance Armstrong – Diet vs Doping
In this episode of the Running Raw Project: Tim discusses Lance Armstrong’s recent statement that he is ending the fight against the USADA. In doing so, Lance will be stripped of his 7 Tour De France victories and his Olympic medal. This is sad news for many who consider Lance Armstrong to be a hero and an idol. His Tour De France victories have given Lance a great platform to effect change with his Livestrong Foundation. What a shame to tarnish Mr. Armstrong’s reputation like this.
But did it have to go down like this? What if Lance had chosen a raw vegan diet instead of doping? Would going raw have given him the speed and endurance necessary to win the Tour De France? Would it have kept his testicular cancer at bay? Sadly, now we will never know.
One of my goals with this project was to get Lance on a raw vegan diet and have him stage a comeback and win an 8th Tour De France. Now that can’t happen. Perhaps someone else will take up the challenge and rise to the occasion. We need a new hero.
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Duration : 0:5:23
Sunday, September 2nd, 2012
My strength and stunt demonstration, this what I can do on a Raw Vegan diet, hoping to dispel some myths and encourage others to take a step to Vegan for the animals, the planet and for health.
I hope you enjoy the vid! Like, Share, Subscribe!
My world record can be viewed here, it is 22, I can almost do 30 now though so will do this again at some point – http://recordsetter.com/world-record/handstand-push-ups-without-wall-support/13810
Copy right free music by Activity Music – http://www.youtube.com/user/ActivityMusic
Duration : 0:3:13
Saturday, July 28th, 2012
A presentation by Neil Nedley, M.D..
What we eat has a profound effect on our mental well-being. Food is used for energy, but it is also turned into neurotransmitters, impacting the way we feel, think, sleep, work, and experience life overall. Learn the foods and dietary constituents that can lower stress, combat depression, reduce anxiety, and raise mental performance while increasing emotional intelligence.
Neil Nedley, M.D., is a fulltime practicing physician in Internal Medicine with emphasis in Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Preventive Medicine, Mental Health, and the difficult-to-diagnose patient. Dr. Nedley has lectured extensively in the United States, Canada, Europe, South America, and Russia on nutrition, lifestyle, and physical and mental health. He has been a guest on numerous national television programs and radio stations throughout the United States. He authored the widely acclaimed book on the relationship between nutrition, lifestyle, and health entitled Proof Positive: How to Reliably Combat Disease and Achieve Optimal Health through Nutrition and Lifestyle, now in its fourth printing.
Filming and editing by Dr William Harris M.D. on December 10, 2005 at McCoy Pavilion, Ala Moana Beach Park, Honolulu, Hawaii
Sponsored by: Vegetarian Society of Hawaii http://www.vsh.org
Duration : 1:0:5