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I am sick of hearing “Where do you get your protein?”

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Protein Science

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Vegans and vegetarians hear this all the time! It is so ridiculous how the media has us conditioned. First we must have protein. This is true but in small amounts. Large quantities are toxic. Second we can only get protein from animal products (meat, cheese, milk and eggs) WRONG WRONG WRONG! Every organic food (plant or animal) is made of cells which are made of protein. If you believe either or both of these, readjust your thinking. Get educated.

 

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Plant Diets can cure Fibromyalgia

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Mayo Clinic

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Dr Greger says millions suffer from painful fibromyalgia. Both vegetarian diets and vegan diets help but vegan diets helped the most. This 20 year study was done by the Mayo Clinic. Animal protein causes inflammation and inflammation can lead to diseases and cancer. Drugs are not the answer, plants are! If you seuffer from this terrible disease give plants a chance. You have nothing to loose except your pain.

Plant based Diet & Dental Health

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Tasty Food Abundance in Healthy Europe

Tasty Food Abundance in Healthy Europe (Photo credit: epSos.de)

Dr Greger says a diet of plant based foods will improve your dental health. Remember animal based diets lead to inflammation which can cause dental problems. Oral cancer is less likely with a plant based diet (as are almost all cancers). Eating the way we were designed (not the way we want to eat) allows our bodies to grow healthy, fight disease and live longer. We evolved as primarily plant based eaters with occasional animal foods. Americans today are primarily animal based food eaters and diets high in fats. It is no wonder chronic illness has progressed to such alarming levels. How do you eat? Better yet how do you feed your loved ones?

Artisan Vegan Cheese Photo Contest

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The logo of the Vegan Society (UK), which asso...

The logo of the Vegan Society (UK), which associated international groups of such (similar) societies based on veganism. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Vegan and cheese in the same sentence? What’s up? Vegan Mainstream is running a photo contest for the best looking vegan cheeses (non diary cheese). If you are vegan or simply trying to get back on saturated fats and calories from cheese; check out this article. As more people move towards a vegan diet, vegan meats and cheeses are becoming more appetizing. You can have your cake and eat it. In this case it’s having your cheese and eating it.

Plants are Our Best Friends

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Worth Their Weight in Gold

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Dr. Greger is back with a video on the positive effects of plants (Phytonutrients) on toxic chemicals we ingest. The study shows that plant may have a dual role in protecting us from toxins: 1) they have far less toxins in them than do animal based products and 2) they may protect us from some toxins we get from animal based products. Mom was right, “Eat your veggies!”

Do You Enjoy What You Eat?

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Tasty Food Abundance in Healthy Europe

Tasty Food Abundance in Healthy Europe (Photo credit: epSos.de)

Eating is pleasurable. It includes many facets like smell, appearance, texture and taste. We taste mostly through our noses as smell. When we chew food it causes odors to go into our nasal cavity and we experience this as taste. Vegan diets must include great appearances, good smells, great taste and a desirable texture. Buy a book on vegan cooking or take classes and learn more about how healthy food can be fun and tasty. You will enjoy watching your guests like what you serve and not miss meat.

Did the Bible try to Teach us how to Eat Healthy?

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The logo of the Vegan Society (UK), which asso...

The logo of the Vegan Society (UK), which associated international groups of such (similar) societies based on veganism. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Dr. Greger talks about passages in Daniel (1 verses 8-16)that teach people to eat a diet devoid of meat. Eating only fruits and vegetables. This is what we call today a vegan diet. A study was down to determine the effects of a 21 day Daniel diet. Participants enjoyed a positive reduction in blood pressure, insulin levels and cholesterol levels. Please watch this important video.

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