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  • Eating and Bodybuilding

    NOTE: This post has been submitted by James Chan, NSCA-CPT. His profile is at the end. Ever since I’ve read the book, “The China Study,” I’ve experimented with lowering my animal protein intake and upping my vegetables. If you haven’t read the book, what it essentially says is that the lower your intake of animal […]

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  • Remove Lower Belly Fat with Vegetarian Cooking

    I’ve been a vegetarian since I can remember. There are a lot of myths surround vegetarians. Being a vegetarian does not automatically make you healthier then meat eaters. In reality, my community is plagues by diabetes and high cholesterol. Nutrition is simple: eat good food and become healthy. It is possible to be big, strong, […]

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  • Vegetarian Program to Lose Middle Age Fat

    Vegetarians have a LOT of questions with regards to fat loss. Some of the most popular include: How do I know I’m getting enough protein, and where do I get it from? How can I keep my nutrition exciting enough to stick to it? Does a Vegetarian diet alter your energy levels? Do you get […]

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  • A Vegetarian Travel Nutrition Tip

    The following is a guest post by Kardena Pauza, author of Easy Veggie Meal Plans: For many of us traveling, it means skipping workouts, eating processed foods, and generally feeling guilty and frustrated because our commitment to a healthy lifestyle has temporarily gone by the wayside. But with a little effort and following some quick […]

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  • The Truth About Vegetarian Protein

    The following is a guest post by Kardena Pauza, author of Easy Veggie Meal Plans: The most common question people ask me about my vegetarian diet is, “How do you get enough protein?” You have a toned body and how do you build muscle without eating meat?” Well, while I agree it is important to […]

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  • The Best Sources of Vegetarian Protein

    The following is a guest post by Kardena Pauza, author of Easy Veggie Meal Plans: Most foods have some combination of protein, carbohydrates and fat – even vegetables contain all three macronutrients! So here’s a list of some whole foods and their protein, carbohydrate, and fat content. The reason I am showing you the three […]

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