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10 Protein-packed vegetables – Livemint

… on factors like activity levels, age, muscle mass and their state of health. “A common formula used to gauge how much protein is needed by the body is 0.8g of protein per kilogramme of body weight. An average man weighing 70kg will need 56g protein a day, and a woman weighing 60kg will need about 48g a day,” says Taranjeet Kaur, metabolic balance coach and senior nutritionist at AktivOrtho, an orthopaedic rehabilitation centre in the Capital. Another important factor to understand is the …

7 reasons to turn vegetarian – from better health to a cheaper food bill – BT

… importantly – very on-trend. So on Meat Free Day, here are the reasons you should be saying no to steak… It’s a generally better outlook “Vegetarians and vegans often choose this way of eating for health reasons and are more likely to adopt other healthy lifestyle choices such as avoiding smoking, drinking less and exercising more which can positively affect long-term health,” says Rob Hobson, nutritionist at Healthspan. It’s a better balance “Avoiding meat is only one component of …

Vegetarian recipes for modern tastes – Winston-Salem Journal: Food

… strikes the perfect balance of filling, healthy and exciting food. That’s what makes the title so apt: More people are realizing that they need lighter food and more vegetables, but they want dishes that are just as fun and satisfying to eat as the heavier meat and starchy foods that they are replacing. Jones points out that while the number of vegetarians may be rising slowly, the number of people cutting back on meat is skyrocketing. Brits, Americans and people all over the world are waking …

A healthier (vegetarian) twist on sweet-and-sour chicken | The Chronicle Herald

… red food colouring and corn syrup, I went with a simple blend of red wine vinegar, soy sauce, hot sauce and just enough sugar to strike a pleasant sweet-savory balance. But then I flipped things around a bit. Rather than trying to come up with a heathier battered chicken, I decided to make a vegetarian version. I came up with a flavourful and crunchy almond coating for roasted cauliflower. To continue reading this article and to access the recipe, click on this link: via A healthier …

Ecocentric | Happy Chinese Lunar New Year – Share a Vegetarian Hotpot!

… strong.” Shape is important as well. Long noodles equal longevity of life. The circular round shape of the sesame ball dessert represents centerdness and balance, and its sweet flavor is believed to bring a sweetness to the New Year. Its red color is symbolic too, red being the color of good luck in Chinese culture, obviously it is meant to bring good luck. To finish reading this article, click on this link:  via Ecocentric | Happy Chinese Lunar New Year – Share a Vegetarian …

A Vegetarian’s Guide To Proteins – The New Indian Express

… of protein rich food to maintain a balance in the body and avoid malnourishment. A great vegetarian source of protein is the soybean. This works for vegans as well as it is not an animal product. Soy or soya is a source of pure protein and comes in various forms — tofu, soy milk, powder and edamame (fresh soybean still in its pods). With 36 grams of protein in 100 grams of soybeans, this is an easy way to keep your protein levels to the optimum. You can find these little white beans in any …

Recipe Revamp: How to Make Any Recipe Vegan or Vegetarian: Food Network | Healthy Eats – Food Network Healthy Living Blog

… flavors. Recommended: Artisana Foods Coconut Butter Earth balance Soy Garden Buttery Spread Instead of: Honey Use: Agave or maple syrup To make a recipe vegan, there can’t be honey in sight. Agave is sweeter than honey and has a thinner consistency. It blends nicely in hot bevvies like tea and coffee. If you opt for maple syrup, make sure you get the real deal. Look for “100% pure maple syrup” on the ingredient list. Click on the link below to continue reading this article. via Recipe …

GP’s view: Vegetarianism

… that included lean meats, fish and seafood. Vegetarianism generally means little more than a diet that excludes meat, fish and seafood; what it may include varies greatly from one vegetarian to another. Some vegetarians include dairy and eggs and some even include seafood, the so-called “pescatarians”. The keys to a good diet, whether you decide to be strictly vegetarian, predominantly vegetarian or omnivore, are variety, balance, adequate nutrient content, sufficient but not …

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