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Veganism is on the rise in this modern era. Nutritional concepts and information to maintain good health is greatly on demand. You will be presented with scientific based information and experiences shared by medical professionals and practitioners from all walks of life. This channel will focus on the different methods of purification and well-being for our body, mind, and soul through means of diet, sports, and much more.

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COVID-19 and Meat Processing Plants: Deadly for Humans and Animals

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COVID-19 and Meat Processing Plants: Deadly for Humans and Animals

Welcome, concerned viewers, to today’s important, informative and urgent program, “COVID-19 and Meat Processing Plants: Deadly for Humans and Animals.” What exactly is a meat processing plant? They are fenced-off, massive multi-story, windowless buildings, in which as many as 10 million animals a year are killed, dismembered, cut into saleable pieces of meat or ground into hamburger mince, meat-meal, or meat-pastes, and then packaged for distribution. They were formerly called “slaughterhouses” or “abattoirs,” but have since been re-named “meat processing plants”- perhaps in an effort to make
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2020-09-22   1642 Views
2020-09-22
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Stopping Zoonotic Diseases: The Vegan Lifestyle Matters, Part 1 of 2

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Stopping Zoonotic Diseases: The Vegan Lifestyle Matters, Part 1 of 2

This two-part series focuses on certain epidemics and pandemics from the past two decades that have killed many, such as severe acute respiratory syndrome(SARS), Ebola, swine flu, avian flu, and coronavirus and their roots in meat consumption or animal livestock raising, or both. We also cover how a plant-based diet is the best way to minimize zoonotic diseases or infectious diseases caused by the transmission of germs between animals and humans. “Scientists estimate that more than 6 out of every 10 known infectious diseases in people can be spread from animals, and 3 out of every 4 new or eme
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2020-04-18   3352 Views
2020-04-18
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Dark Green Leafy Vegetables: Superfood for a Stronger You

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Dark Green Leafy Vegetables: Superfood for a Stronger You

Dark green leafy veggies, known for their soothing shades of green, are nutritional powerhouses filled with vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. They are also rich in chlorophyll, a pigment in plants that has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, and fiber, which is incredibly important to the smooth functioning of our digestive system.Research shows that the unique, spicy flavor of arugula comes from a chemical compound called isothiocyanates, which offers natural protection to the plant from wild herbivores. In humans, this compound has anti-cancer and anti-neurodegenerative prope
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2022-10-01   615 Views
2022-10-01
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Progressive Muscle Relaxation to Relieve Your Stress

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Progressive Muscle Relaxation to Relieve Your Stress

Progressive Muscle Relaxation or PMR is a technique done by alternating the tension and relaxation of different muscle groups to reduce stress and anxiety. PMR is often used with other standard treatments by physicians to relieve symptoms of various conditions, including headaches, cancer pain, hypertension, insomnia, and digestive discomfort. By practicing this technique, people can learn about how tensed and relaxed muscles feel differently. When practiced correctly, you may gain better control over your body’s anxiety response. Let’s take a look at the benefits of this relaxation technique
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2022-09-24   457 Views
2022-09-24
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A Banana a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

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A Banana a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

Bananas are one of the most popular fruits in the world. They are grown in 150-plus countries across the globe, and 105 million metric tons of this delicious fruit are produced each year. Bananas are the fourth most valuable crop globally.Bananas have excellent nutritional value and thus can bring many health benefits. They are a great source of potassium, which is essential for cells to function normally and the body to manage proteins and carbohydrates. In addition, potassium helps regulate heartbeat and maintains the health of muscles and nerves. Bananas are also excellent for your mental h
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2022-09-17   508 Views
2022-09-17
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Healing Hearts and Lives with Dr. Baxter Montgomery MD (vegan), Part 2 of 2

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Healing Hearts and Lives with Dr. Baxter Montgomery MD (vegan), Part 2 of 2

One may wonder precisely how plant-based foods lead to such significantly positive results. Dr. Montgomery gives us a detailed insight into this. “There's an interplay between natural plant foods and the human body. And natural plant foods have what we may refer to as a pleiotropic effect, meaning that it has multiple factors. It affects the body in multiple ways, simultaneously, in a favorable manner. It allows the body to get into biochemical physiological balance by reducing inflammation, reducing what's called oxidative stress, allows the body to work effectively at the cellular level. So,
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2022-09-13   296 Views
2022-09-13
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Less Salt for a Longer Life

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Less Salt for a Longer Life

Salt, also known as sodium chloride, is composed of around 40% sodium and 60% chloride. Although salt may differ in flavor, texture, and color, it is an essential ingredient to season food and also serves as a food preservative to inhibit bacterial growth when used in high concentrations.Sodium is an important element for nerves to convey electrical signals and make muscles contract and relax. It also plays an important role in keeping the body’s fluids in balance. However, if we consume too much salt, the excess amount of sodium can be detrimental. Diets that contain high amounts of sodium ca
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2022-09-10   956 Views
2022-09-10
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Healing Hearts and Lives with Dr. Baxter Montgomery MD (vegan), Part 1 of 2

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Healing Hearts and Lives with Dr. Baxter Montgomery MD (vegan), Part 1 of 2

A Shining World Hero Award recipient, Dr. Baxter D. Montgomery is a board-certified cardiologist from the United States and Founder and Director of the Montgomery Heart & Wellness Center. This state-of-the-art medical facility located in Houston, Texas is a revelation for health care. It provides comprehensive health and wellness interventions that help people suffering from various conditions including heart disease, diabetes, obesity and high blood pressure. And part of the treatment involves a minimally processed, whole food, plant-based diet. Dr. Montgomery decided that he wanted to pursue
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2022-09-06   620 Views
2022-09-06
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Slowing Down for Better Health

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Slowing Down for Better Health

Whether it’s environmental or psychological, stressful events can trigger the release of stress hormones, such as adrenaline and cortisol, to induce the required physiological responses for us to handle different situations. These physiological reactions together are known as the “fight-or-flight” response, which is an essential survival mechanism that allows people and mammals to quickly get themselves out of life-threatening situations. However, this well-coordinated mechanism can be detrimental to health when it remains engaged due to non-emergency situations, including work pressures, fina
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2022-08-27   742 Views
2022-08-27
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Planting Trees: A Smart Investment for Health

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Planting Trees: A Smart Investment for Health

Air, water, and soil are three crucial natural resources for almost all living beings to survive, and trees are the great guardians of these elements. Trees and plants are the lungs of ecosystems. They are known for their excellent ability to generate oxygen via photosynthesis with the help of the sun’s energy.Another benefit of trees is their remarkable capacity to act as a filter for atmospheric pollutants, such as sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide, which are among the most common air pollutants that are detrimental to health. How much can tree planting remove air pollution? The US Forest Se
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2022-08-20   556 Views
2022-08-20
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Minimalism: Have Less, Live Healthier

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Minimalism: Have Less, Live Healthier

Recently, minimalism has become trendy, and the topic is increasingly being covered in the mainstream media. It has influenced different industries like fashion and technology. A minimalist lifestyle is a mindset to help you sort out the clutter so you can free up your capacity and time to focus on what’s truly important to you. Scientific evidence indicates that clutter can cause stress and influence the hormonal balance in our body. They can trigger the release of a stress hormone called cortisol in our bodies. The prolonged activation of this system can disrupt the balance of the body, and
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2022-08-13   786 Views
2022-08-13
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Brown Rice: A Nourishing Gift

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Brown Rice: A Nourishing Gift

Rice is a staple food that nourishes more than half of the world’s population. The most common types are white and brown, which are defined by the degree of the milling process. Although white rice’s texture is softer, its nutrients are significantly deprived during processing. Since most of the brown rice remains intact, it’s considered a whole grain. It has been proven to yield many health benefits because of its abundant nutritional value. For people who are sensitive to gluten or have celiac disease, brown rice is a good alternative to replace products that contain wheat because it's a nat
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2022-08-06   652 Views
2022-08-06
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Vegan Chef Nicole Derseweh’s Vegan Recipes, Part 2 of 2 – Vegan Ketogenic Cauliflower Fried Rice

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Vegan Chef Nicole Derseweh’s Vegan Recipes, Part 2 of 2 – Vegan Ketogenic Cauliflower Fried Rice

“Hi, I’m Chef Nicole here, author of ‘The Vegan Ketogenic Diet Book,’ and I’m going to be cooking an incredible recipe from my cookbook. Eating ketogenicly means; that we’re putting the body into ketosis by not eating grains, carbohydrates, or any sugars that would spike our insulin levels. Getting the body to burn fat, reducing inflammation, and increasing our recovery time for athletes or people that train in sports. So it’s very popular, but a lot of people don’t know that it can actually be done plant-based, and the health benefits increase by at least double fold.”“The first thing is to p
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2022-07-31   945 Views
2022-07-31
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Take the Plunge and Swim to Fitness

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Take the Plunge and Swim to Fitness

Among nearly 200 internationally recognized sports, swimming is one of the most popular. Swimming is a full-body workout that involves numerous muscle groups, whether you’re moving in the water using freestyle or breaststroke. Besides being a total body workout, many people choose swimming because of its low impact on the joints. People who have arthritis or have difficulty moving their joints find water a supportive environment for their condition. It allows them to use their arthritic joints without putting more weight on the affected areas, preventing symptoms from worsening.Swimming is als
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2022-07-30   489 Views
2022-07-30
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Getting Spud Fit with Coach Andrew Taylor (vegan), Part 2 of 2

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Getting Spud Fit with Coach Andrew Taylor (vegan), Part 2 of 2

In the previous episode, we learned that Mr. Taylor discovered the benefits of an all-potato diet when he’d hit a very low point in his life. Although the Spud Fit diet is very easy to follow, as with any new diet, expert guidance should be sought and caution should be taken according to each individual’s health condition. “In the first couple of weeks, it was pretty hard. I craved all sorts of things. But after the first couple of weeks, and especially, after the first couple of months, it wasn't really a problem anymore.” “The major advantage of the whole thing, from my point of view, was th
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2022-07-28   499 Views
2022-07-28
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Vegan Chef Nicole Derseweh’s Vegan Recipes, Part 1 of 2 – Budget-friendly Orzo Pasta Stuffed Bell Pepper

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Vegan Chef Nicole Derseweh’s Vegan Recipes, Part 1 of 2 – Budget-friendly Orzo Pasta Stuffed Bell Pepper

“Hi, I’m Chef Nicole Derseweh, and I’m the creator, CEO, and head (vegan) chef of The Martha Project. Today I’m going to be sharing with you stuffed bell peppers. I created this dish to show people that eating plant-based and vegan is very affordable. This whole recipe comes together in under $5 a serving.”“Today we’re using these colorful red bell peppers, orange and yellow. But if you don’t have bell peppers in your region, you could easily use a stuffed squash or maybe a stuffed eggplant. If you’re cooking with no oil for health reasons, you can just use water to prevent the peppers from st
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2022-07-24   862 Views
2022-07-24
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Receiving Optimal Nutrition from Beans

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Receiving Optimal Nutrition from Beans

Beans are one of the healthiest foods that can be included in a balanced diet. They are excellent food choices for a healthy vegan diet because of their micronutrients, including B-vitamins, iron, potassium, calcium and zinc. Beans are rich in fiber, protein and low glycemic carbohydrates, which can help reduce the unhealthy low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol and promote better weight management and blood glucose control.While beans have abundant micronutrients, they also contain anti-nutrients. In plants, they are naturally designed to protect against bacterial infections and insects.
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2022-07-23   799 Views
2022-07-23
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Getting Spud Fit with Coach Andrew Taylor (vegan), Part 1 of 2

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Getting Spud Fit with Coach Andrew Taylor (vegan), Part 1 of 2

It’s no wonder then that the story of Mr. Andrew Taylor, an Australian vegan weight loss coach and former elite athlete, who lost 72 kilograms (159 pounds) of body weight by eating nothing but potatoes for an entire year, caught the attention of world journalists and readers. And he was named one of the “Top 100 Most Influential Vegans of 2017” by Plant Based News. In the past, Mr. Taylor always carried some extra weight. When his first child, Teddy, was born, Mr. Taylor’s life took a more challenging turn as he describes. “When he was born, I didn't have time to exercise anymore. He was a rea
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2022-07-21   671 Views
2022-07-21
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Gardening: Add Vibrance to Your Health

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Gardening: Add Vibrance to Your Health

Emerging reports have shown that gardening has gained popularity around the world during the pandemic. The results show that more than 75% of the participants benefited from gardening activities, and respondents commented that gardening is a meaningful and an enjoyable experience for them. Various studies show that gardening activities can bring many mental and physical benefits. One of the pluses related to physical health is that it can give you a boost of vitamin D. The vitamin D will then facilitate the absorption of calcium, which promotes stronger bones and a healthier immune system. Mor
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2022-07-16   571 Views
2022-07-16
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Gluten Intolerance: Foods to Eat and to Avoid

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Gluten Intolerance: Foods to Eat and to Avoid

Many studies have shown that gluten can elicit pathogenic immune responses and hypersensitivity reactions in susceptible individuals. Digestive discomfort is a characteristic symptom of gluten intolerance. Other signs can include fatigue, headaches, iron deficiency, joint pain and itchy skin. Gluten is a collective name for the proteins found in some grains like wheat, barley and rye. Because of its ability to bind and provide thickness, it has become a common ingredient in flavorings, sauces, ice creams and syrups. Generally, gluten intolerance refers to three medical conditions. Among the th
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2022-07-09   606 Views
2022-07-09
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The Schubert Dressing: Healing Through Music, Part 2 of 2

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The Schubert Dressing: Healing Through Music, Part 2 of 2

We are privileged to again invite Ms. Claire Oppert of France to introduce her fascinating experiences in practicing music therapy. “I did a university internship at the Sainte-Périne Hospital in Paris, in the palliative care department of Dr. Jean-Marie Gomas. I worked for 9 years with end-of-life patients. At that time, there was a major event, which oriented ‘The Schubert Dressing’: it was my encounter with a demented resident, painful, very aggressive. There was no other way to dress her wound, than to play Schubert during her care!” “Following this extraordinary experience with this lady,
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2022-07-02   660 Views
2022-07-02
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The Schubert Dressing: Healing Through Music, Part 1 of 2

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The Schubert Dressing: Healing Through Music, Part 1 of 2

Ms. Oppert was born into a family of doctors and artists, and grew up surrounded by melodies and chords. She has written a book called “The Schubert Dressing” about her experiences of using music to bring comfort to patients with a wide array of conditions ranging from autistic youth to the elderly with dementia to those receiving end-of-life care in hospice. “And with this path that I have taken, for more than 25 years now, alongside my career as a professional musician, I have been able to bring together these two worlds which are the world of art, of music, and of care, that is medicine, th
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2022-06-25   701 Views
2022-06-25
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The Fascinating Benefits of Tomatoes

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The Fascinating Benefits of Tomatoes

Ripe tomatoes may contain four types of carotenoids, including alpha- and beta-carotene, lutein, and lycopene. Lycopene is concentrated in the skin of the tomato and helps us minimize damage caused by the ultraviolet rays of the sun. In a study where people consumed 40 grams of tomato paste with olive oil daily for 10 weeks, there were 40% fewer sunburns. In addition to lycopene, tomatoes contain a powerful ester called chlorogenic acid, which may help to lower blood pressure in people with hypertension. Beta-carotene works to prevent the oxidation of cells and is converted by the body into vi
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2022-06-18   782 Views
2022-06-18
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Food Allergies: Tips for Eating Safely

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Food Allergies: Tips for Eating Safely

Lactose intolerance is a common example of a food intolerance. It’s estimated that 75% of the global population is lactose intolerant. On the other hand, milk and dairy products can also cause food allergies, which involve the immune system acting abnormally and can be life-threatening sometimes. Anaphylactic reactions include difficulty breathing, swelling of the throat and mouth and even unconsciousness. The majority of food allergies are caused by proteins in milk, egg, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts, wheat and soybeans. Currently, the most effective way to deal with this issue is to avoid f
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2022-06-11   735 Views
2022-06-11
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The Wonderful Benefits of Citrus Fruits

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The Wonderful Benefits of Citrus Fruits

Citrus is a common and scientific name for a class of flowering plants in the Rutaceae family, which is popular in Central and South America. There are a total of five ancient species of citrus fruits from which all modern varieties were created, including the papeda, citron, pomelo, mandarin, and kumquat. Today, approximately 118 million metric tons of citrus fruits are grown yearly across 140 countries.The health benefits of the daily intake of citrus fruits are abundant and wide-ranging. They are a wonderful source of vitamin C, which is an essential nutrient for maintaining our blood vesse
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2022-06-04   768 Views
2022-06-04
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Walking: Add More Steps for Longevity

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Walking: Add More Steps for Longevity

Today we will talk about walking, one of the most underrated forms of exercise. Actually, physical exercise does not need to be very strenuous or done for a long time in order to see good results. Moderate exercise can still bring equivalent benefits, such as improving insulin sensitivity and reducing inflammation. Walking is simple, free and easy, and it is a kind of exercise that people can do throughout the day. The muscles in the lower body and core can all be strengthened even in just half an hour of walking at a moderate pace, whether you’re on a treadmill or outside. Even though the fit
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2022-05-28   743 Views
2022-05-28
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Caring for your Kidneys

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Caring for your Kidneys

Most human beings are born with two kidneys, which are bean-shaped and about the size of a fist. They are located just below the rib cage, one on each side of your spine. Healthy kidneys have amazing filtering ability. They can filter about 180 liters of blood daily to remove waste and extra water through urine. The kidneys are delicate and multi-functional organs that constantly work to keep us healthy. They perform various essential tasks, such as maintaining fluid and electrolyte balance, eliminating wastes, making hormones to produce red blood cells, and controlling blood pressure. Moreove
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2022-05-21   810 Views
2022-05-21
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Ahead Hotel: Vegan Wellness and Sustainability in Germany, Part 2 of 2

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Ahead Hotel: Vegan Wellness and Sustainability in Germany, Part 2 of 2

Today, we invite you to discover the varied amenities, services and activities this vegan hotel offers its guests. We’ll also learn more on the growth envisioned by the hotel manager, Mr. Jonas Mog, as steps are already underway to expand the plant-based fare on their menus and in the gastronomy industries of the region. “We thought long and hard about a suitable name and came to the conclusion that ‘Ahead’ is very suitable for us. Ahead in English is ‘ahead.’ We want to be pioneers; be ahead in the field of sustainable and plant-based gastronomy and hotel industry; and want to show that touri
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2022-05-19   708 Views
2022-05-19
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Dietary Fiber: Why Is It Important?

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Dietary Fiber: Why Is It Important?

When thinking about nutrition, dietary fiber probably doesn’t top our list of nutrients of concern. The ideal amount is 38 grams for men and 25 grams for women in a 2,000 calorie diet. A study published in the medical journal The Lancet, revealed that people who ate the highest amounts of fiber reduced the incidence of coronary heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and colorectal cancer by 16-24% compared to people who ate the least. Soluble fiber dissolves in water to form a gel-like material and mostly can be metabolized by the good bacteria in the gut. Fruits, vegetables, barley, flaxseed,
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2022-05-14   774 Views
2022-05-14
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Ahead Hotel: Vegan Wellness and Sustainability in Germany, Part 1 of 2

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Ahead Hotel: Vegan Wellness and Sustainability in Germany, Part 1 of 2

As you drive from Berlin to Hamburg, which, by the way, tied in fifth place for “The 15 most vegan-friendly cities in the world,” you will find the charming Ahead Hotel nestled in the heritage castle named Burg Lenzen, on the banks of the River Löcknitz, offering close to 40 hotel rooms and four buildings designated for accommodation, gastronomy, conferences and yoga. We were delighted to have a conversation with the hotel manager Mr. Jonas Mog, who in July 2021, took over administrating the historic site. Mr. Mog, a vegan himself, oversees operations at this vegan hotel, where no efforts are
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2022-05-12   904 Views
2022-05-12
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Recharge Your Health with Vitamin C

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Recharge Your Health with Vitamin C

We are constantly reminded of the importance of incorporating abundant fruits and vegetables into our diet for getting enough vitamin C. Neither animal-people nor plants can survive without it. Interestingly, most mammal-people are capable of making their own vitamin C. The mammal-people’s natural ability to produce vitamin C to cope with stress shows us the important role of the nutrient for the immune system. As we have just mentioned, because we are unable to synthesize our own vitamin C, it is important for us to consume enough of the nutrient daily through a fresh and wholesome vegan diet
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2022-04-29   1007 Views
2022-04-29
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Wondrous Nature’s Gift: Radiant Sunflower, Part 1 of 3

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Wondrous Nature’s Gift: Radiant Sunflower, Part 1 of 3

The sunflower is known as a happy flower and brightens one’s mood when in full bloom! Therefore, different cultures associate it with various positive meanings. As its sun-facing attribute resembles the longing to seek the light and the truth, the sunflower was revered by the Incas and the Aztecs. In Ukraine, it represents the power and warmth of the sun since pre-Christian Slavic times, therefore the sunflower has always been deeply embedded in their culture and honored as the Ukrainian national flower. In more recent times, it has also become a global symbol of solidarity with Ukraine in its
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2022-04-24   862 Views
2022-04-24
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Make Your Routine a Priority for Positive Mental Health

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Make Your Routine a Priority for Positive Mental Health

Today, we will discuss ways for you to develop positive routines in your life, as well as tips to help you feel more healthy, productive, and at ease during this period. There are many benefits to keeping an everyday routine in terms of our mental health. This applies to adults, adolescents, and children alike. According to a research review done by psychologist Dr. Barbara H. Fiese and others in the United States, kids are healthier, and their behavior is better regulated when there are predictable routines in the family. Young ones with a regular set bedtime get to sleep sooner and wake up l
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2022-04-20   856 Views
2022-04-20
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Color Therapy: Uplifting Your Life with Colors

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Color Therapy: Uplifting Your Life with Colors

What is your favorite color? This is probably one of the earliest questions we were asked in childhood. A global survey shows that blue is the most popular color across four continents, including Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe. Color is said to affect our mood, eating habits, and even how we think about things and people. Now, you might be wondering why color and light are often mentioned in the same context as color therapy. What’s the connection there? In simple words, light gives colors. Without light, there are no colors. That’s why when we are in a completely dark room, we can’t se
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2022-04-13   1279 Views
2022-04-13
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