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Go green, choose the life, be eco. Everything that is natural is alive and gives us life!

Why is it advisable to drink water in the morning

Older and newer studies talk about the quality of water that we drink. These studies show that there are few people that acknowledges the importance of the water consumed during lifelong daily. Return to nature, to follow a diet aimed to clean up the blood of toxins such as finding the main effect, waking up the body intelligence, we can choose what is suitable for us. …

Look Before You Leap

There is a very simple truth that everyone seems to be overlooking: “It is much easier to prevent a problem, than it is to solve one.” Unfortunately, in our society, the drive for economic development and material enjoyment blinds us from the potential dangers that technology may cause. “It’s a good thing that this world is so screwed up”, an optimistic friend of mine recently …

Vegetarians Don't Eat Fish

In the transition to a vegetarian diet, fish is almost always the last thing eliminated by aspiring vegetarians. For some odd reason, fish seem to be the least objectionable item among the flesh foods. As a vegetarian, I’ve noticed that the question most commonly posed to me is “Do you eat fish?” I usually just say “Is a fish a vegetable?”. In the transition to …

The Essence of Things

‘Round ‘n round we go….where we stop nobody knows. Man is on a never-ending quest for MORE, BIGGER, BETTER. With each passing day we find hundreds of literature on health, diet, nutrition, foods, and the like. Right when we think we’ve got it together, yet another revelation hits us: “Wait! Dr. Sure’s previous breakthrough on the vitamin O has shown adverse effects after many years …

Blinded by a Diet

In many circles, proclaiming yourself a vegetarian is opening the door for ridicule. Even if the people are respectful and manage to bite their tongue while you’re in their presence, chances are the criticisms will fly when your back is turned. You may recall, not too long ago, hearing some news about a man that had gone blind. The cause: it was due to his …

Chile – Diet of the Poor: Rich in Health and Nutrition

In Chilean society- as in many cultures, having meat and chicken on the dining table has become a symbol of affluence. To the rich upper class, the thought of returning to a traditional healthy, meat-less Indian diet may be a difficult concept to sell- – after all, which affluent class in any country would want to embrace the diet of the poor? Pablo, practical and …

Vegetarianism Around The Globe: Chile

The native Mapuche Indian civilization as well as other smaller Indian tribes like the Aymara, Atacameno, Cuncos, Chonos and Quechua Indians have existed in this land known as Chile for thousands of years. In the moonlight, billowy smoke could be seen from the Mapuche Indian campsite. Everyone was tired and fast asleep. Deep into the night, Currarehue stood alone on the hill overlooking the forest. …

Asian Traditional Food Diary: Vietnam

“Vietnam is naturally a beautiful place. It has always been”, Hoang says,” and the food is so delicious”. Like any other conservative Asian culture, the Vietnamese people’s values, traditions and food preferences have practically remained intact. It is interesting to note that although Hanoi is the capital city of South Vietnam, not very many Vietnamese people stay, visit or shop there. They’d rather flock instead …

Ecuador – Land Of Nature’s MedgadIversity

About six hundred miles off Ecuador’s Pacific Coast, there is this mysterious archipelago called Galapagos Islands. The archipelago is made up of 13 large islands, six smaller ones and over 40 islets. Said to have emerged from the Pacific Ocean as a result of underwater volcanic eruptions, it is nature in its purest state. Here the young English naturalist Charles Darwin visited in 1835. He …

Ecuador – Small But Rich

Ecuador is one of the smallest countries of South America. It lies on the west coast of the continent between Colombia and Peru. The equator crosses Ecuador and gives the country its name. ‘Ecuador’ is the Spanish word for ‘equator.’ The vast areas of land- – mountain slopes, mountain valleys between mountain ranges, high plateaus and coastal plains- – are all very rich. The great …

Vegetarianism Around The Globe: China

Journey with this mother-daughter team each week as they explore various vegetarian diets from all over the planet. To look into the traditional diet of China, we cannot help but look into China’s culture and society. After all, China is an ancient civilization whose past and heritage are very rich. Our friend Liu Yi, a former businessman who is now a theology student, gladly talks …

Brazil: Land Of Feijoada

The name Brazil was derived from ‘Pau-brasil’, a wood that produced red and purple dyes. Pau-brasil was the most exploitable wealth found by Pedro Alvares Cabral, a Portuguese navigator, and his expedition in 1500 when he first landed in Brazil. When Cabral found the land, it was inhabited by Indian tribes- -fierce and warlike. The Portuguese found the moist and fertile seaside land of Brazil …