June, 2011

10 Ways To Have A Greener 4th of July

10 Ways To Have A Greener 4th of July

Today we have Jakob Barry as our Guest Blogger! Despite the yummy hot dogs, meat, drinks, and desserts it could be said that of all the national holidays Independence Day takes the cake for the most waste and least wholesome food. The block parties and family get-togethers are great fun but within all the gatherings […]

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Daily Vegan Meal Planning – A Must!

Daily Vegan Meal Planning – A Must!

The Problem A few months ago, I was struggling with eating a balanced vegan diet.  The vegan diet is a good diet if you eat a variety of foods and make sure you eat a balanced diet. As a result of my not eating a balanced diet and eating enough food, I noticed my hair […]

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Let’s Get Our Rebounding On

Let’s Get Our Rebounding On

I am known to start exercising and after a week or two I stop, but not anymore.  I am challenging myself to exercise 30 minutes a day for 21 days.  If I can stick with my exercise regimen for 21 consecutive days, then I will be on my way to exercising everyday with no problems. […]

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Interview:  Tracye McQuirter, Vegan for 24 Years and Author

Interview: Tracye McQuirter, Vegan for 24 Years and Author

Today, I have the privilege of interviewing Tracye McQuirter, MPH.  Tracye is the author of, By Any Greens Necessary.  By Any Greens Necessary helped me stay on my journey of eating a vegan diet.  It has almost been a year, since I gave up all animal based food products and I owe Tracye the credit […]

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Vegan Food Selections When Dining Out

Vegan Food Selections When Dining Out

For many people, vegan dieting can come as a huge change. It is a huge change, transitioning from one way of eating to another. Changing to a vegan diet is adjustable in a many ways. There are simple ways of eating plant-based foods that resemble and simulate foods that come from animals or you can […]

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