Tag: nutrition

Stress and Nutritional Deficiencies

Everything nowadays seems to be happening on fast forward. We all expect instant gratification and there is this inherent need to do everything possible to keep up with the pace of the world. The consequence of this is chronic stress, which takes a major toll on one’s health and research has shown there is a …

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SUBJECT: Last chance to thrive on a vegetarian diet (time sensitive)

SUBJECT: Last chance to thrive on a vegetarian diet (time sensitive)If you’d like to thrive on a vegetarian diet, whip up delicious meals in 10-30 minutes, and never be vulnerable to vitamin and mineral deficiencies, here’s great news…Last week, enrollment opened for the Vegetarian Mastery Program. Created by the Vegetarian Health Institute, it’s a series …

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How to thrive on a vegetarian diet (time sensitive)

If you’d like to thrive on a vegetarian diet, whip up delicious meals in 10-30 minutes, and stop being vulnerable to vitamin and mineral deficiencies, here’s great news… Enrollment just opened for the Vegetarian Mastery Program. Created by The Vegetarian Health Institute, it’s a series of 50 lessons that show you how to thrive on …

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When it comes to healthy eating, how well do you score?

SUBJECT: What’s your healthy eating score?  Many health conscious people eat whole grain pasta, organic corn chips, fruit juice, Coconut Bliss, and salad dressings made from olive oil or flax oil. But guess what? These health foods aren’t optimal for your health. You’ll find out why in this eye-opening booklet: “14 Ways to Supercharge Your …

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Veg. to go!

written by Serah Roer, May 17, 2011 Well it has happened!   It took a while. As my mother would say, ‘Rome wasn’t built in a day’!  After much vacillating and back tracking; justifying; trials and errors; testing and reading of numerous books;  by George I think we are vegetarians!  After reading The China Study and …

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Animal protein causes modern day diseases

Animal proteins are the cause of most modern day diseases. Not convinced then check out www.ravediet.com. The Rave Diet Book and Eating DVD would be enough to convince a healthy person, but if you have a life threatening condition that has been said to irreversible, don’t waste any more time just start eating a plant based diet. Loving …

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Food Label reading is so confusing!

Written by Serah Roer Saturday, 24 July 2010 09:02 Label reading is so confusing! What do you do to ensure your getting a healthy product? Step One: Speed read the front label, but do not believe anything you read. Remember, Food manufacturers use this prime real estate to entice shoppers to buy their products. Step …

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The book China Study is Changing Our Eating Habits

Written by Serah Roer Saturday, 24 July 2010 08:50 On being nudged into the China Study book, it didn’t take long for the nudge turn to turn into a push for me to learn more and put ‘less meat and more than two veg’ into my own eating habits. Here are some of the posts …

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On the Way to One Wholly Healthy Planet.

Channelled by Serah Roer via Beau Vert the crystal skull Saturday, 24 July 2010 09:45 Following on from the book review of The China Study by T. Colin Campbell and Thomas W. Campbell published in the Spring Quester Journal. The eCornell course- is completed and the Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate in hand. www.ecornell.com/online/tcc info@ecornell.com 1-866-326-7635 Now what? …

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Letter to The Canadian Federal Minister responsible for Agriculture and Fisheries.

Saturday, 24 July 2010 09:40 To The Canadian Federal Minister responsible for Agriculture and Fisheries. Dear Sir, As an informed citizen I would like to voice my opinion concerning Canadian Nutritional Policy. To achieve a healthy democracy, what would be the best focus but to achieve a truly healthy population in a country where the …

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