Tagged: diet

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LIFE AFTER LIFE

ANDI BAÑEZ
Real Yogis, Real Stories
November 19, 2017

You go through life thinking you have a time limit. That there’s a set clock to get everything you want done and when “you’re not getting any younger,” is a common statement from people older than you. Of course, there’s pressure to do everything now while you can. And this guy, well, he did all that. He was…


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EAT AND LISTEN: THE WAY TO GOOD HEALTH

STEPH PUNO
Healthy Alternative
July 14, 2017

  “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” Virginia Woolf   Food has the power to make us or break us. It can spell the difference between a life lived with vitality and energy, or a life plagued with discomfort and disease.  It has the ability to help suppress ailments, to assist…


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BEING VEGAN AND ON A BUDGET

MABI DAVID
Good Eats
May 19, 2017

“Isn’t vegan eating expensive?” I get this all the time. And it’s understandable. Kale, quinoa, chia, berries, almonds—these superfoods take center stage in those pretty vegan dishes that we see in feeds, with the growing interest in eating healthier and kinder, but they do not come cheap. Even vegan pantry items become specialty ingredients and come with hefty…


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Pickle Diet Delivery Service Promises a Positive, Balanced, and Tasty Relationship with Food

BY MIKKA WEE
Good Eats
March 24, 2016

Eating clean can definitely be a challenge, especially with all the fast food options present in the metro today. When the diet delivery service trend started, there were only a few options to choose from, but as time went by, we saw more innovative and creative ways to put menus together that balance out portion size and caloric content….


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The Vulnerable Vegan: Yoga, Vulnerability and Veganism

by Nancy Siy
Healthy Alternative
September 24, 2015

One New Year’s Eve, I was doing some animal rights activism in Brooklyn, New York. We projected a short clip called From Farm to Fridge on to a building, and there we met basically two types of people: those who protected their hearts and those who allowed their hearts to break open. The first type of people would…