So have you ever actually questioned the research, you know, when you read something that appears factual? Have you ever dug deep into research to find out exactly where it’s come from? Or do you take it all at face value?
One of the things that I really try to do is to bring you information
Let’s start at when you shouldn’t eat it …. when you have a thyroid issue, but then there are other foods included in that as well.
So let’s get it straight – Soy is good. There’s nothing wrong with Soy at all, so don’t get sucked into the mis-information that’s out there.
If you’re on a wholefood plant based way of eating then you shouldn’t need supplements other than two, which I’ll tell you about in a minute.
Assuming your food is pretty good, like you grow it yourself, get it at farmers markets, buy local produce, organic where you can etc, then you should
The absolutely worst part about it is that it’s not just the wealthy countries like USA where the problem is. Far from it.
It now is filtering out into Asia and also into developing countries where once the diet was mostly plant-based and healthy, now processed and fast foods are becoming more
Factory farming is a reality … sadly … but hopefully we’ll start to move away from it. Mind you, with humans voracious appetite for meat, I’m not sure it will happen in my lifetime.
In the UK there are over 800 mega farms and the biggest of these factory farms have the capacity to house more
This is really so simple it’s going to be a staple once you’ve tasted it. Yes, there is a bit of a bone broth craze out there, but this vegan version is not only tasty it’s way more healthy for you.
Should I just end this post now?
O.k. – I’ll keep going and explain why it’s not at all difficult.
The hardest part to being vegan is taking the initial step into the plant-based kitchen. Deciding that you’re going to flip the ratio of meat to veggie on it’s ear and go veggie to meat.
The word “milk” is taking a bit of a beating and the dairy industry wants it only used for animal milk.
There is continuing debate over the use of this word which I find quite fascinating. Now the dictionary does define milk as being:
an opaque white fluid rich in fat and protein, secreted
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