In the old days, if someone said they were on a weight-loss diet, everyone knew where they stood. It meant cutting out treats, sugar or fat-laden things and eating more fruit and vegetables.
Now, if you want to drop a few pounds, there’s a whole world of options out there. And that’s what seems so complicated! Which diet is the one that lets you eat unlimited protein again? And isn’t there a diet where you only eat at a certain time of day?
We’ve cut through the excess to give you a speed-dating style low-down on diet plans and trends to help get you back to your fabulous best!
Posted by: Rhona Reid On February 13, 2020 2:36 am
A Vegan Diet can be healthy, nutritious and effective for reaching and maintaining a healthy weight. But what exactly is a Vegan Diet? What foods are allowed and what do doctors really think about it? How can hydrogen water complement a vegan diet? Read on and find out!
What is a Vegan Diet?
What can I eat on a Vegan Diet?
How many carbs (or calories, etc.) can I have per day on a Vegan Diet?
What do doctors and experts say about a Vegan Diet?
What role does a water ionizer play in a Vegan Diet?
Today we have the pleasure of welcoming back our friend Sophia Paul. She is the author of the cookbook “The Yoga of Food: Divine Recipes.” We are happy to share another one of her delicious recipes.
V, Veg, R, D
2 cups cashews, soaked overnight, drained and rinsed
½ cup pro-biotic water kefir
2-4 tbl sp vegan yoghurt
½ tsp pro-biotic powder
¼ tsp salt
Put all ingredients in blender and blend till very smooth. You may have to scrape the sided and use plunger occasionally. You can leave the mixture in the blender to culture over night or up to 2 days if you are going to process it some more for the cheese
This week, we are excited to introduce you to a good friend of ours, Sophia Paul. She is a “Green Goddess” and author of the cookbook “The Yoga of Food: Divine Recipes.” All of the recipes are either vegan or vegetarian. Some recipes are raw, some are cook and most are suitable for diabetics. None of the recipes contain sugar (always substituted with stevia). Most of the recipes are low in gluten or gluten-free and are very low in carbohydrates. Generally, the recipes are very healthy for everyone!
Of course, Sophia loves her Tyent water ionizer! She states, “My ionized water reminds me of a bubbling ancient spring high up in the mountains. It has a …