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It's Ell Annabelle @ Cosmic Realignment here,
How are you feeling today?

In this video, I show you what I ate during week one and talk about how I felt at the end of the week as well.
MORE RECIPE' IN THE BLOG LINKED IN THE DESCRIPTION BOX

THANK YOU FOR WATCHING

https://youtu.be/qwHvjwRiVwE

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10 Famous Vegan Athletes

Nowadays we have many vegan athletes that are maybe not very famous or that are on their stairway to stars.There are many theories that vegans don’t have enough protein that they can’t be strong and that is hard to be vegan athlete. But here are only 10 examples of vegan athletes that are successful and satisfied with their vegan lifestyle. From my point of view they gives us a great examples that if you wan to be professional athlete you can do that with compassion to animals and be good at it.        Venus Williams      Venus Williams one of the most famous female tennis player in he world is Vegan. She has been diagnosed in 2011 with Sjogren’s syndrome, an auto-immune disease and she switched to be Vegetarian first. After some time she goes full vegan. She prefer raw food and she claims her diet has not only not affected her athletic ability, but has in fact improved her health immensely and she credits her diet change with helping manage Sjogren’s symptoms – and her impressive comeback after her diagnosis certainly confirms this. Williams says raw, organic foods are the key to maintaining her body at its optimum health, although she acknowledges the reality of how many calories athletes need, and admits that she eats pasta, bread, and rice before matches due to the often low caloric value of raw vegan foods.  Brendan Brazier      Brendan Brazier  is a Canadian endurance athlete, author, advocate of a vegan diet, and creator of the Vega line of food products and supplements. He was twice Canadian 50k champion in 2003 and 2004. Swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and run 26.2 miles. Call it an honest day’s work for Brendan Brazier, professional Ironman triathlete. Considered one of the world’s most demanding sports, the Ironman presents a stern test of body, mind and spirit for professional and amateur athletes alike. In fact, for many Ironman contestants, just crossing the finish line means victory.  Korin Sutton         For some it is hard to believe that bodybuilders can be vegans but Korin Sutton is living example of it. He started being vegan in 2011 after hearing speech at Broward Colege. He told ” I always had a misconception on how animals were being treated and raised for human consumption. I also had a big misconception on animal nutrition. From that day on I decided to become vegan. It wasn’t easy at first, I stopped eating all land animal products and for 2 years I was 80% Vegan and 20% Pescatarian. Now I’ve been Vegan for a year and it feels great to not be involve with any type of animal killing or cruelty and being on a plant base diet.” Well done Korin  Carl Lewis      Carl Lowis had outstanding career includes 9 gold and one silver Olympic medals in 100 and 200 meters sprints, long jumps and 4 x 100 m relays. He was voted World Athlete of the Decade, 1980s and Olympic Athlete of the Century award. He goes vegan in 1990 an d after that he have also just wining. He told ”I’ve found that a person does not need protein from meat to be a successful athlete. In fact, my best year of track competition was the first year I ate a vegan diet. Moreover, by continuing to eat a vegan diet, my weight is under control, I like the way I look ”  Fiona Oakes      Fiona Oakes is famous marathon runner. In last 11 years she was 1st on many maratons around the world. She didn’t tell when she became vegan but she sure is very helpfull about getting up awernes of people  arouud the globe. Not only is it stress-relieving, it’s also one of the ways Fiona manages to pay the massive bills to keep the Tower Hill Stables Animal Sanctuary at Asheldham, Essex, going — she runs marathons to raise funds.  Jack Linquvist      Jack Linquvist  is a professional track-racing cyclist who won his first race in 2007 when the 26 year old cycle messenger won the 2007 Puma Velocity race in New York City. Jack is vegan since 2005 and after being vegan he told that he feels much better faster and full of energy. He told that when other cyclists, find out that he don’t eat meat they are usually a little shocked because he don’t  ‘look vegan'; But he is not skinny and lethargic, he is  muscular and well proportioned.     Georges Laraque      Georges Laraque is a NHL professional hockey player that was awarded the “Best Fighter” award by The Hockey News in 2003. In 2008, Sports Illustrated named him the number one enforcer. He became vegan in 2009 after seeing movie EARTHLINGS, which shows in details the cruelty animals go through to end up on your plate. He encourages people to be vegans because from his point of view many people think that you can’t get enough protein if you are a vegan, but Georges say (and it is proven) that you can get enough protein with vegan diet and you will get healthier and better proteins from nuts and seeds then from animals.  Molly Cameron      For those who don’t know Molly Cameron is an American professional cyclo-cross racing cyclist and she won the 2004 Cross Crusade singlespeed series and has been racing at a pro level ever since. She has competed in cyclo-cross races in the USA and Europe at the elite racer level.She is vegan since 1999 reason for being vegan is simple ; compassion with animals,health and she just don’t like meat. She told that it is responsibility for every person to be careful what they ear and that is recommended that they don’t eat ”garbage”  Timothy Bradley      Timothy Bradley is American boxer with impressive carrier. He had only one lose from 33 fightes. He became vegan in 2008 and He said that he first tried the vegan diet when he was preparing for his fight with the World Boxing Council super lightweight champion Junior Witter. In this fight Witter was knocked down in 6th from overhand right. Bradley won the fight by split decision. After all that he told that he feels lighter and stronger after he goes vegan and he is still satisfied.  Amanda Riester      Amanda Riester is boxer and bodybuilder with very successful career. In 2011 she won the Natural North America Bodybuilding and Fitness Championships. She doesn’t eat meat since she was 5 years old when she have find out from where her lunch go. She loved animals since she was a kid and she was vegetarian since 2009 when she became full vegan.She claims she has never felt better in her life!    The post  10 Famous Vegan Athletes  appeared first on  Vegan Bandit .

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Vegan Blueberry Muffins

Muffins are delicious and fun cookies to made. These vegan blueberry muffins will make your day. They are easy to made full of flavor and everyone likes them. You will need 20 minutes to prepare this yummy vegan blueberry muffins.        1,5 cups of white cornmeal flour  1,5 cups of whole grain wheat flour  1 tablespoon of finely ground flax  1 cup of grossly ground hazelnut  ½ teaspoon of unrefined sea salt  2 teaspoons of baking powder  ½ cups of raisins (or figs)  3 cups of natural apple juice      Mix white cornmeal flour with whole grain wheat flour. Add ground flax, ground hazelnut, salt and baking powder. In a bowl soak raisins into water and leave it for 5 minutes. After 5 minutes decant raisins, place in a bowl, pour apple juice and mix well. Leave it for about 10 minutes. Prepare blueberry s but don’t mix them much, especially because you use berries , in order to save their shapes. Use mold for muffins, grease with olive or sesame oil, and pour prepared mass. Bake at 180 degrees for about 40 min. Also if you like you can add blueberry after you fill up mold it’s your choice.  Enjoy    The post  Vegan Blueberry Muffins  appeared first on  Vegan Bandit .

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Один из основоположников исследований в области питания человека в рунете.

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Про сыроедение.

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Скан-копия уникальной книги о сыроедении, выпущенной в СССР, научными работниками Ленинградского научно-гигиенического общества питания, в 1931 году!
Сборник 300 сыроедческих рецептов.

«Соки овощей, ягод, фруктов, орехов, попадая в артерии и вены пролетариата, очищают кровь от ядов усталости, утомления и токсинов.
Чем больше едим мы сырых овощей и фруктов, тем больше солнечной энергии принимает наш организм.
Ведь наши общественные столовые питают нас одной лишь тепловой энергией. Они лишают нас цельной потенциальной энергии, содержащейся только в сырых овощах и фруктах.
Эта скрытая потенциальная энергия подымает производительность труда, усиливает обмен веществ в организме, укрепляет и освежает мозг.
Мозг и кровь пролетариата, строящего бурным темпом социализм, должны быть свежи, чисты, полноценны. Этого можно достигнуть обязательным введением в общественное питание сыроедения»
Председатель Ленинградского научно-гигиенического общества питания А.П. Миронов.

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