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Choosing Vegetarianism for Better Health

By chrisezine, published on Apr 29, 2014

There are many people who are interested in vegetarian eating, but who aren’t sure where to start. If you’re interested in eating less meat or no meat at all, its important to educate yourself on how to make sure you get all the protein your body needs. You will also need to come up with healthy vegetarian recipes to use as alternatives to replace favorite dishes. Though it can be difficult to eat meat free when you are surrounded by foods and social events that contain meat, if you’re committed, making the change won’t be as hard as you think. Here are a few tips to help you with your transition... (more)

Tags: vegetarian, diet, healthy food

Can a Vegetarian Diet Help with Your Fitness?

By VictoriaH, published on Jan 10, 2014

... have tried a number of different diets. Some of the more popular diets are low carb and low-fat diets. Since weight loss is mainly about the diet and what you consume, changing the foods that you eat can help you rapidly drop the weight and aid in raising your health and fitness level.

Vegetarian diet

One of the diets that is the healthiest and most natural way of eating available today is a vegetarian diet. You can benefit from a vegetarian diet no matter who you are. Vegetarians focus on consuming vegetables, fruit, legumes, and grains. Vegetarian diets or mostly vegetarian... (more)

Tags: vegetarian, fitness, diet

Ever tough to become vegan, its a healthy way of life

By RoninA, published on Nov 19, 2011

Been a vegetarian is the best growing healthy way of life

I give you few reasons why you could think about turning Green too

A GOOD REASONS for becoming VEGETERIAN

Avoiding meat is one of the best and simplest ways to cut down your fat consumption. Modern farm animals are deliberately artificially fattened with a lot of grow hormones up to increase big profits. Not natural growing animal meat increases your chances of having a heart attack or developing cancer.

Animals who die for your dinner table die alone, in terror, in sadness and in pain. The killing is merciless... (more)

Tags: vegetarian, vegan, new life, healthy life, animals respect, love for animals

Barbie Says

By john robertson, published on Nov 10, 2010

...find parking: none! The place was packed. I could tell this was gonna be special. I walked in and got my name on the wait list. I instantly noticed the wall of Barbies displayed in all of their crassness. Scarey Barbies, funny Barbies, sexy Barbies, trashy ones too. Tonight I identified with Vegetarian Divorce Barbie (ie: Silverlake Barbie), and looked for the most guilt free comfort food I could find on the menu. http://www.flickr.com/...Aha! There it was nestled between the meatloaf and the chili cheese fries. The Buffalo Tofu strips served with a side of cool ranch dressing.... (more)

Tags: vegetarian, beer, diner, barbie, bar, burgers, late night restaurant, east bay restaurant, emeryville, berkeley

Lemongrass Bistro: The Edible Icebreaker!

By john robertson, published on Nov 10, 2010

...right away and seated within five minutes. I took both facts as good signs."Ah, I like this decore," I said. "It's really metropolitan for being in downtown Martinez," C added. Her son smiled and nodded in agreement.I was relieved to see that practically half of the menu could be prepared vegetarian style. I opted for the red curry tofu, since I heard mostly good things about the red curry beef. In all honesty, it wasn't spicy enough for me, but that is a personal preference. Red curry isn't just about heat, it is also about balance of flavors. Truly, the sour kiss of lime juice and... (more)

Tags: vegetarian, east bay restaurants, thai food, martinez california, bistros, cafes, asian food, curry, john robertson

An Experiment That Would Make A Difference

By baynurse, published on Jul 28, 2009

...to find a changed world full of fear and hatred and judgment for a person who supposedly paid his dues to society.

How about an experiment to see how clean, filtered, lead and chlorine free water affects the inmates.  How about we provide them with nutrition befitting a human.  Vegetarian, pesticide free, nutritiously dense food such as quinoa, and yogurt.

Let's offer them breathing and meditation techniques to relax and quiet the mind.  It may sound silly to even imagine Bubba and Tyrone doing yoga, but hey it's an experiment, and well, they are a captive audience... (more)

Tags: education, health, prison, vegetarian, pesticides, nutrition, drinking water

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