I watched this today, as I’ve been doing a lot of vegan research for a while now. This speaker made excellent points, excellent sources, excellenet logic. He’s a good speaker.
Although the reason I’m choosing veganism is for the personal health benefits and I’m near-apathetic about the ethical side of the lifestyle, I found the video nice to watch. (But don’t scroll through the comments, many people like to comment just to troll, I swear. it just causes headaches haha)
Yeah, there’s a lot more I could say about the video, but mostly, i was pleased with this video and would love for as many people as possible watch this!
I do prefer the vegans who focus on the health benefits of plants in their argument than the health detriments of animals. This guy doesn’t cover this argument that much, but many many many other sources do!
Such rubbish. I just bought 5 days of food for £21 including all main meals and my snacks.
It becomes expensive when you buy ready meals and useless stuff you don’t actually need.
Foods that help you keep your calories down without feeling hungry or getting cravings.
If i ever doubt the presence of ed in my life, i must be crazy. Of course, i am crazy, but i thought i could recognize the crazy.
ed is how i deal with stress. it’s how i cope. it’s what i cling to, it’s my rock. it’s the regularity, the routine, the safety. it’s hope.
If anybody wants to talk, i could really use some experienced individuals.
Last week, Burger King announced that it had released a “healthier” version of its french fries. If skepticism is your immediate reaction to this statement, you’re not alone.
The insanity fit test is a workout all on its own
ohmydog yes, it’s so intense!
Growing consumer interest in grass-fed beef products has raised a number of questions with regard to the perceived differences in nutritional quality between grass-fed and grain-fed cattle. Research spanning three decades suggests that grass-based diets can significantly improve the fatty acid (FA) composition and antioxidant content of beef, albeit with variable impacts on overall palatability. Grass-based diets have been shown to enhance total conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) (C18:2) isomers, trans vaccenic acid (TVA) (C18:1 t11), a precursor to CLA, and omega-3 (n-3) FAs on a g/g fat basis. While the overall concentration of total SFAs is not different between feeding regimens, grass-finished beef tends toward a higher proportion of cholesterol neutral stearic FA (C18:0), and less cholesterol-elevating SFAs such as myristic (C14:0) and palmitic (C16:0) FAs. Several studies suggest that grass-based diets elevate precursors for Vitamin A and E, as well as cancer fighting antioxidants such as glutathione (GT) and superoxide dismutase (SOD) activity as compared to grain-fed contemporaries. Fat conscious consumers will also prefer the overall lower fat content of a grass-fed beef product. However, consumers should be aware that the differences in FA content will also give grass-fed beef a distinct grass flavor and unique cooking qualities that should be considered when making the transition from grain-fed beef. In addition, the fat from grass-finished beef may have a yellowish appearance from the elevated carotenoid content (precursor to Vitamin A). It is also noted that grain-fed beef consumers may achieve similar intakes of both n-3 and CLA through the consumption of higher fat grain-fed portions.
this was a link the professor for my Nutritional Science class sent to me, I hope it’s helpful for those who want to learn more about quality beef!
Top 6 Worst Breakfast Foods and Healthy Alternatives
How To Eat Like Your Grandparents for Better Health
10) Real, unprocessed, non-chemical-filled, Homemade food
9) Food that is grown locally
8) Food that is cooked by you or raw. Not from microwave or plastic
7) Avoid food that is marketed
6) Eat when only when hungry
5) Choose food that was grown by people locally and organically, not machines
4) Burn more calories during the day
3) Eat sitting together at a table and relax
2) Be a ninja of meal planning and preparing
1) Eat more vegetables
Please don’t rely soley on my summary above; watch the video and learn amazing information and obvious common sense
Top 10 Obesity Causing Foods
10) Diet Versions of Food
8) Processed Meats
7) white, refined, bleached/unbleached, enriched flour products (baked goods, bread, pasta, cookies, cakes, etc)
6) Fried Foods (baking, low heat, steaming is better alternative)
5) Processed Cereal
4) French Fries and Potato Chips (high carb food (potato) paired with fats)
3) Non-homemade Confectionary Delights (pastries, doughnuts, etc.)
2) Any coffee drink aside from plain black coffee.
1) Soda Pop
To understand this list, please watch this video by one of the kindest, smartest, greatest youtubers EVER. She is amazing
Truth About Carbohydrates & Sugar | Nutrition, Weight Loss, Glycemic Index, Carbs, Pychetruth
oh my gosh i love this video, it’s so scientific and real, it’s not opinion, it’s science!