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    Random Vegan Musings for Tuesday, October 17, 2017

    1. Popcorn popped on the stove with a tablespoon of oil and with added Himalayan Salt is definitely 100% Vegan. Although we’re talking 500+ calories of emptier calories than fruits and veggies.

    2. A plate of brown rice, broccoli and tofu can add up to only 200 calories. Pretty low in calories, lots of fiber,
    and nutrients. A cup of yogurt could be 200 calories in comparison!

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    Foods That Contain Vitamin B12 for Vegans

    There are many vegan sources of B12 to choose from, so it shouldn’t be a scary thing, since the Meat Industry is promoting that you can only get reliable B12 from animal products.

    1. Take a Vegan Multi-vitamin supplement containing B12.

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    Checking Out My Cron-o-meter Stats More Closely

    You know, there are two approaches to life when you’re approaching the age of 60.

    1. Eating super-healthy so that you can live longer, AND live a good quality life without a myriad of health issues.

    2. Eating whatever you want, however much you want, and whenever you want it.

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    HCLF Vegan Diets

    one of my friends was telling me i shouldn’t lose too much weight… but, they shouldn’t worry too much because i’m using a ‘nutritional tracker’… and i eat a LOT of food as a Vegan…

    for instance, i have two breakfasts. ‘first breakfast’ and ‘second breakfast’ and between the two i’m getting 1,000 calories.

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    8 Things I’ve Learned Being a Vegan

    As a longtime Vegan, there are some key things that I’ve learned about diet and living a Vegan lifestyle:

    1. You can get all your protein requirements from the Plant Kingdom.

    2. The body breaks down protein into amino acids. And there are 11 essential amino acids that are needed in our diets in order to build protein.

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    A Week After the Gluten Incident: Feeling Much Better!

    It’s been almost a week since the gluten incident, when I thought I’d be okay eating the Beast Burger from Whole Foods. The thing is, it’s not the Beast Burger patty itself that was bad. That part was gluten-free, and it REALLy was heavy on the protein. And along with the gluten-filled hamburger buns, it was a double-whammy on my system.

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