Nutrition for Vegetarians & Vegans
Ever wondered about the different types of vegetarians? Is it safe to be a vegetarian, and what's the risk of nutritional deficiencies? All this and more on the benefits of ovo-vegetarianism.
Also called linseed contain Omega-3 fats found in fish. It is good for heart, immune system, blood pressure, blood clot formation, diabetes, allergies healthy hair, pre-menstrual syndrome and rheumatoid arthritis.
Bone health is very important for living a normal and healthy life. Proper attention must be paid to Specific food and exercises meant to improve bone health to prevent Arthritis and Osteoporosis.
Discover how to make the transition to a vegetarian or vegan diet in gradual steps. There are many options for eating less meat and more vegetables.
Helps in hypertension, artery-sclerosis,coronary disease,conjunctivitis,gastric/peptic stomach ulcers,healing wounds/ burns,antimicrobial,antibacterial,antiviral, anti fungal, sores,colds,cosmetics......
This is my favorite tree. I have planted tens of thousands of Moringa seeds, and have more Moringa growing than I can handle. Moringa is has been dubbed one of the most nutritious plants on earth!
Iron Deficiency Strikes Vegans, Vegetarians and Meat Eaters Alike. The negative side effects associated with a meat diet, includes parasites and dozens of other flukes and protozoan organisms.
Health experts feel that the deficiency of bitter foods in our regular diet is to a great extent, responsible for growing diseases.These foods purify, are anti bacterial, anti viral,anti inflammatory.
Have you ever considered vegetarianism? It's more challenging than you might think. I'd love to hear your story about making the transition from meat to no meat.
Transitioning to vegetarian can be quite a process and presents a lot of questions. This article is aimed to make the transition easier and offer answers to some of the associated questions.
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