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3 simple delicious healthy vegan meals in 30 minutes under $2.00 per serving.

3 simple healthy vegan meals delicious

These three meals are quick and easy because all the ingredients are already prepared. Minimal effort is required to get a rich taste. The almond, rolled oats, jelly and banana will cost you about $1.61 per serving to make. Up

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Tortilla avocado salsa salad

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When I am looking for a quick, easy to make meal or snack, I mix together an avocado, a handful of tortilla chips and a few tablespoons of salsa. Tasty, quick and vegan!

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let’s taco bout vegan comfort food, Taco Bell

Whenever I get the crave for Taco Bell, I answer it. Their tortillas and shells are not made from any animal products, which makes them vegan friendly and safe. For example, for the past few years, I have been eating

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how culture shames men for being vegan

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Unfortunately, there is a belief that vegan food is not as healthy, strong or masculine. It’s found in the things we say and the way we market our products. For example, the cultural campaign “Real men eat meat” does not

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blood sugar

Low and high blood sugar depends on the foods you eat. Carbohydrates are key to controlling blood sugar. All carbohydrates get broken down by our body into simple sugars (glucose). When carbs are eaten and broken down, the blood sugar

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living an unhealthy, plant-based lifestyle

Can you be completely vegan and still have health issues? Well, it seems that I am proof of a vegan who doesn’t have the healthiest diet. For example, a few days ago, my friend and I went out after work.

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Why is sugar and dairy so addicting?

Think of sugar as energy. Without energy, we wouldn’t be able to get out of bed, jog, play or go to work. Your brain knows life without sugar is not possible. Every time you eat sugar, the brain releases dopamine.

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Thai Twin Restaurant (Bridgeview)

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A great example of dinner that is delicious, nutritious and plant-based.

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sugar

Sugar keeps us going, providing warmth, energy, and a mucus coating for vital organs. Sugar is essential to life, but excess sugar is linked to many problems. Too much sugar causes unhealthy amounts of mucus and swelling. Excess sugar acidifies

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water

Water makes up over 2/3 of our body. 90 percent of our brain, 80 percent of our blood, and 20 percent of our bones are made of water. Water protects our joints, regulates body temperature, and moisturizes the air in

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