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" Eating less meat... easier said than done..."

 

This blog is for everyone who wishes to gradually introduce more plant-based protein in their diet. If your goal is to eventually adopt a semi-vegetarian, vegetarian or vegan lifestyle, you will find guidance here. This site is also suited for individuals who wish to benefit from a healing raw food diet (eating mostly or all unprocessed and uncooked foods), a gluten-free diet, or for those who whish to recalibrate their eating habits. The transition process of adopting healthier eating habits, or a new lifestyle, can be quite challenging and time consuming. I intend to share my knowledge in health and nutrition and my cooking experiences to offer a variety of recipes, approved and tested, for the whole family.

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Delicious Vegan Roasted Pumpkin Seed Pesto

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Flavorful Vegan Pumpkin Seed Pesto Makes about 1 cup Ingredients To make this creamy, deep flavored, vegan, pumpkin seed pesto you will need : 1 tablespoon chopped chives 1 garlic clove, minced ½ cup toasted pumpkin seeds (toast on a...
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Vegan Gluten-Free Almond Butter Cookies

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Sweet and Salty Almond Butter Cookies Makes 2 dozen Ingredients For this flavorful gluten-free, vegan, and protein-packed almond butter cookie recipe you will need: 1½ cups gluten-free flour (if the flour doesn't include xanthan gum, add ¾ teaspoon) ½ teaspoon fine...
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Plant-Based Foods that are Rich in Iron

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Did you know, according to the World Health Organization, that 25% of the world population suffers from anemia? Furthermore, more than half of these cases are due to an iron nutritional deficiency. Iron Deficiency and Anemia Iron helps maintain your blood…

Is It Really Necessary To Consume Organic Foods?

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Why eat organic? Did you know that organic fruits and vegetables are actually tastier than non certified and/or GMO ones. Furthermore, according to many published studies the level of certain nutrients, such as calcium, iron and magnesium is higher in…

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Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge

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High Protein Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge Makes about 10 servings (4 squares per serving) Ingredients 1 cup homemade or store bought coconut butter 1 cup creamy organic peanut butter ½ cup melted coconut oil 4 tablespoons maple syrup ¼...
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Cocoa Superfood Energy Balls

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High protein cocoa superfood energy balls Makes about 12 superfood energy balls Ingredients 390 g (13 oz) nuts of your choice (cashews, almonds, hazelnuts, pecans, etc.). If you wish to upgrade the nutritional value, you can add seeds such as...
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Great Sources of Calcium Without Dairy

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Did you know that its the calcium in the bloodstream is the first to decline through sweat and muscle contractions? As a result, active people need more dietary calcium. Also, to maximize calcium absorption and help with bone maintenance, vitamin…

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Orange Teriyaki Tofu

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Tofu Recipe with Orange Teriyaki Sauce Serves 4 Ingredients For this flavorful tofu recipe with orange juice you will need: 2 blocks of Non GMO or organic tofu, well drained and wrapped in paper towel to absorb maximum humidity, and...
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Reasons Not To Eat The Kids Halloween Candy

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Reasons not to eat the kids Halloween candy This year you will not loose control, you will not feel bad about yourself, you are an adult and shall act responsibly… Or maybe not, in any case, here is a list…

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