It seems everywhere a vegetarian, vegan, or raw foodist goes today they’re hit with the big question “Where do you get your protein”. This question usually, at some point, jams the opposing into a corner where they are hit with the cynical golden gloves of life, eventually tapping out and leaving behind only a red muddled stain which is then pointed out by the burly meat eater hell bent on proving a point they never really understand themselves. So what does this mean? It means it’s time to stand up, let go of the ropes and get trained.
I want to first start with an article below which provides a “scientific look” at what’s necessary in respect to human protein intake as expressed by the World Health Organization. Continue Reading / Additional Photos / Videos
Contributing Monkie Burke Bryant
Published on February 26, 2007
I have read so many publishing’s regarding the pros and con’s of H20, bottle or tapped. The New York Times published an article on August 1, 2005, called “Bad to the Last Drop” by Tom Standage, who is the technology editor of The Economist. He did a blind taste test of ten tapped and bottled waters. The results? Well, according to his test no one could make out the difference, so he concluded that people are wasting there money when they buy the latter. I read this and was floored that such a man would come to a conclusion so witless and perhaps even half-baked at the time. Continue Reading / Additional Photos / Videos
In 1924 one of the first experiments took place regarding cholesterol. Scientists fed large amounts of cholesterol to bunnies and shortly there after the bunnies arteries got clogged and they died, the result of this: If people eat lots of cholesterol they to will die. Now back then and even today this type or research flies, people hear it, believe it, and practice it. Continue Reading / Additional Photos / Videos