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Awww NUTS! A Guide to Nuts and Their Long-Term Storage Benefits

Awww NUTS! A Guide to Nuts and Their Long-Term Storage Benefits

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A Look at Food - what to eat and what not to eat (or at least eat in small quantities)

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Wondering About a Vegan Diet? (Infographic)

The thin waistline does not come automatically...you need to eat whole REAL foods and not the fake replacement foods (think of those as transition helpers then phase them out!). As a vegan who is not the thin stereotype I can say all the other health benefits are well worth it....how many doctors/prescriptions/diseasease do YOU have?

Almost every plant-based food contains protein, so it’s almost impossible to lack protein if you’re eating enough food every day. Soybeans are a fantastic source of protein, as are other types of beans as well as lentils, nuts, seeds, mushrooms, broccoli, whole-wheat bread, oatmeal, and corn. Mock meats made from tofu, tempeh, and seitan are also high in protein (and delicious). #plantbased #diet #vegan

See you really don't need meat to get protein! Vegetable and grain protein is much better for your body and has lots of other vitamins along with it!