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10 Everyday Foods Made With Disgusting Ingredients: Pics, Videos, Links, News

Here’s a neat article… these foods don’t seem as tasty once you know some of their ingredients… 10 Everyday Foods Made With Disgusting Ingredients In the end of the day, I think that I’m not in the mood to eat … Continue reading

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Generation Fat: Kids as young as 10 getting heart disease | thetelegraph.com.au

Here’s yet another reason to teach your children to eat healthy foods. Dr Matt Sabin, co-head of the Royal Children’s Hospital weight management clinic, said Victoria’s obesity epidemic was becoming extreme.Dr Sabin said he often saw three-year-olds weighing 35kg – … Continue reading

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Vegetarian Diet is good for Kidneys According to a Study

Eating a vegetarian diet, and avoiding processed foods, will help you become healthier. A new stay from Washington suggested that by sticking to vegetarian diet could help kidney disease patients avoid the accumulation of toxic levels of phosphorous in their … Continue reading

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Finally, the Truth About Soy | zen habits

Here’s a neat article about Soy products… It’s one of those things that has spread on the Internet and unbelievably, has become accepted truth to many people: that soy is unhealthy, even dangerous. I mention (to otherwise smart and informed … Continue reading

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A foolproof anti-cancer diet… with just one or two drawbacks – Times Online

An intresting story about monks… and their diet, which has made them some of the healthier people on the world. The staples are fruit and vegetables, pasta, rice and soya dishes, and bread and olives. They grow much of what … Continue reading

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Vegetarian diet can boost cardiovascular health | Health | Dallas-Fort Worth Lifestyles News …

Eating lots of fruits, veggies, grains, and other plant-based, unprocessed foods can help you live longer Last year, when former President Bill Clinton gave up meat for his daughter’s very vegan wedding, it was an act of love that came … Continue reading

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More people are choosing to go vegan for health reasons | Democrat and Chronicle | democratandchronicle.com

So, there are more people that are choosing the same type of diet that we advocate here at plant based chefs, for health reasons. A whole foods, plant-based diet can protect and improve health. Fruits, vegetables and whole grains are … Continue reading

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8 reasons Carbs help you lose weight

Here at PlantBasedChefs we like complex carbohydrates. They are very calorie dilute and will not leave you hungry. Here’s an article on 8 ways that carbohydrates can help you lose some weight. When we talk about the right kind of … Continue reading

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Chicago Scientists Warn Against Starbucks’ New ‘Massive’ Drink – AOL Health

Well, a drink that is bigger than your belly can make your belly bigger… An analysis by Loyola University Health System in Chicago claims the giant drink, which can pack as many as 230 calories a pop, could lead everyday … Continue reading

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Wal-Mart Shifts Strategy to Promote Healthy Foods

Apparently, Wal-Mart is working on getting healthier items in it’s store… WASHINGTON — Wal-Mart, the nation’s largest retailer, will announce a five-year plan on Thursday to make thousands of its packaged foods lower in unhealthy salts, fats and sugars, and … Continue reading

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