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Vegan Wednesday #8

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vegan wednesday

Today without preface 😉

 Breakfast

After waking up and having a 10 minute meditation session, I had some nice breakfast: matcha chia pudding with blueberries. Although the pudding could’ve been creamier, I liked it even better than when I tried it last time (you can find my last chia pudding and some information about chia seeds here).

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“Vegan for Youth” – Attila Hildmann

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Vegan for Youth Attila Hildmann

Every meal counts […] towards positive balance – not only in order to stay young, but also for the world we live on. Vegan is anti-aging for body cells and the planet!” (Translated, Vegan for Youth – Attila Hildmann)

“Vegan for Youth” is a German cookbook/dietbook that was just published. It will be released in English-speaking countries in March 2014. If you want to lose weight, get healthier and look younger, you can do this 60-day-challenge where you only eat the recipes from the book. 60 days without animal products, sugar, white flour, preservatives, fast food… It has never been easier. A glance – here – into the preview shows you that this is not a usual diet 😉 (the preview is in German but the pictures should show you all you need to see 😉 )

Part of the Preview

Part of the Preview

As well as a new diet (along with freshly squeezed juices) you should Read the rest of this entry

Vitamin C Juice Bomb

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Juice

Today it’s all about juicing.

A freshly-squeezed juice is not only really delicious, but also very healthy. It gives you the possibility to take in a lot of vegetables and fruits that you would have trouble eating in one go. However, by juicing, you effectively lose total vitamins and minerals intake that you could’ve had, had you simply eaten it. One reason is that the peel isn’t in the juice, which is one of the healthiest parts. It is really important that you drink your fresh juice as quickly as possible. As soon as the fruit and veggies are Read the rest of this entry