Group active since Mon, May 16, 2011
Vegans are frequently misunderstood as fringe eaters with an unnatural passion for animal rights.
While many vegans do feel passionately about animals, its time for others to see that a vegan diet
and lifestyle go way beyond animal rights. Following a healthy, balanced vegan diet ensures a host
of health benefits as well as prevention of some of the major diseases striking people in North America.
So come check out our group and ask what ever questions you want about being vegan,
or maybe you can answer someone else s questions.
I believe in real facts that have the science to back it up not just what is popular at the time and if you do too this group is for you.
I hope to have intelligent discussions with people who know about diet and nutrition. and maybe answer questions about things I already know to anyone who is interested.
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I'm a long time vegetarian and went vegan in 10/2011. I've added three recipes so far! Check 'em out:
Banana Bread Breakfast Cookies
Oaty Apple Almond Bars
Aug 30, 2011
Are y'all going to submit recipes for the contest? Is it supposed to be baked goods? or main meal?
Ruth in Chattanooga, TN
Jul 7, 2011
and I have a favor to ask....
Will you please vote for his recipe???
The recipe with the most votes wins. You only need to vote once.
But basically to win we need as many votes as possible.
Eating Well magazine is sponsoring the contest.
and "I NEED PEOPLE"
Would you please click the link below:
and VOTE for recipe, #2
2. Savory al fresco® Spinach & Feta Chicken Sausage, Butternut Squash & Orzo
It is a 1 time vote only.
The recipe that receives the most votes wins a trip.
( Needless to say....paying tuition for 2 children attending college we could certainly use a free trip )
and, when you vote you have a chance of winning $1,000.
we need as many votes as possible, so please vote and If you would also PASS this on to friends, family, co-workers, Facebook and blogs, AND ask them to do the same. I would really appreciate it. Its the only way we have a chance to possibly win.
Thank you all so much. Nadine
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To find out your average individual need, simply perform the following calculation:
Body weight (in pounds) X 0.36 = recommended protein intake (in grams)