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Capsugel invests $25m in vegetarian drug capsules

… product does not contain artificial ingredients, allergens or – in Capsugel’s case – that it is suitable for people who do not eat meat. Veg supps According to a 2013 survey cited by Capsugel nearly 40% of dietary supplement users said they choose supplements in vegetarian capsules preferentially, which was an increase from 26% in an equivalent study conducted in 2006. Whether ill people taking medicine to treat disease are similarly concerned the capsules containing their …

‘Test Kitchen’: How To Make Vegetarian Dishes Pop With A Little Umami | 88.9 KETR

… sauce in an Italian recipe?’” he says. “It doesn’t read as soy sauce in the final dish. But again, it’s adding more depth than if you were to just add an equivalent amount of salt. … If you add soy sauce, you get salt and you get the glutamates.” To finish reading this article and to access the recipe, please click on this link: via ‘Test Kitchen’: How To Make Vegetarian Dishes Pop With A Little Umami | 88.9 KETR. …

Vegetarian, meat protein provide similar appetite control, weight loss

… biomarkers. At 2 weeks, the men had lost an average of 2.41 kg with Soy-HPWL and 2.27 kg with Meat-HPWL (P = .352; standard equivalent of the difference [SED], 0.1). Based on analysis of variance (ANOVA), no differences were seen between the two HPWL diets for subjectively rated hunger (P = .57; SED, 3.8), fullness (P = .40; SED, 4.1), desire to eat (P = .356; SED, 3.7), lean body mass preservation (P = .334; SED, 0.2) and percentage fat mass loss (P = .179; SED, 0.2). Between-diet differences …

No meat? No problem: Vegetarian recipes the whole family will love | Things to do in Tampa Bay | Tampa Bay Times

… that eating red meat every other day, instead of daily, can substantially reduce heart disease risk. But it’s not just health. The Meatless Monday campaign says it saves money, both in doctor bills by reducing health risks, and because meals built around vegetables, beans and grains tend to be less expensive. As for the environment, the water and fossil fuel needs of livestock are much greater than those of vegetables and grains. One fewer burger a week for a year would be the equivalent …

EarthTalk: Meatless substitutes expand as more people go vegetarian

Aside from its brutal treatment of livestock animals, the meat industry is no doubt one of the worst offenders when it comes to the environment. Producing one kilogram of beef requires 150 square meters of land and 15,000 liters of water, most of which is used to grow feed for the animal. That same kilogram generates 27 kilograms of climate-altering carbon dioxide, the equivalent of driving a car more than 100 miles. Indeed, beef has 13 times the carbon emissions of an equivalent amount of …

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