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Whole-Food Plant Based Vs Vegan Diet

Originally posted on Health Room Blog:
By Luke Jones. Follow him on Twitter and Facebook.  Image by Liz West I wrote an article a few weeks back sharing my reasons for eating a whole-food plant based diet. The response was pretty positive, and the article was featured on the Teen VGN Blog, so thank you all very much…

Don’t get me started on vaccinations…

I have this disease…. I like to call it “overpassionatity” (don’t google that, you won’t find a cause) and it sprouts it’s ugly head any time someone decides to have a debate with me over a topic that I’m HIGHLY passionate about. Unfortunately, I blame my high school french teacher, who would make me debate … Continue reading

Book Review- Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard

When your passion, your profession and your education all align… you’re doing something right.  I forget, sometimes, how fortunate I am to be so passionate about my industry and to have found a job where I’m able to use my talents and my passions, as well as the material that I’ve learned and continue to … Continue reading

Start Living Life!

Some days, I have to admit, I get sucked into the fantasy world that girls can SO easily create on pinterest and other like websites.  It’s a world where money is not necessary, diets are figurative and everything is perfectly placed.  This world, while beautiful, does not exist.  Usually, my dream-like state is interrupted by … Continue reading

20 Zero Calorie Foods to Help You Slim Down | Bembu

Originally posted on Vegan Coyote:
  20 Zero Calorie Foods to Help You Slim Down | Bembu.

Living life in the fast [food] lane…

It’s no secret that I’m on a unique diet.  Something that may shock others though, is that I rarely do anything that’s not purposeful. I am a very calculated person, researching my next move like a chess player. (My dad will appreciate that comparison.) Listen to your body When I decided to change my diet … Continue reading

Lunchtime!

One of the [seemingly] hardest parts of our new, plant-based diet is lunchtime.  Dinners tend to have more thought put into them in our society, and there is of course more time to cook at night after work.  Lunch time often has to be prepared quickly in the a.m. before work, or picked up on … Continue reading

The best part of waking up….

Is there anything better than waking up on your own, on a Saturday morning with the sun shining bright, temperatures higher than usual (for January) a good book in hand and a delicious breakfast (that makes you feel good?) Michael and I were given a gift card to a Christian bookstore, so I took a … Continue reading

Good Eatin’

We’ve had some good eating in the Holland house… Over the last few days, we’ve gone CRAZY with inspiration on recipes.  It’s been cold, and we’ve had time at the house to get creative on dinners (and lunches) on our new plant-based diet. I’ve been trying to be more focused on taking good pictures of … Continue reading

Fake-a-dillas? Vegadillas?

Michael was craving some qdoba on the way home from work.  He cited several good arguments: he had to study for his exam, and it’s on the drive home, and so quick, and so delicious… but we had mandated no more out-to-eat trips this week (for budgetary purposes!) Usually, I’m pretty weak-willed with him.  It … Continue reading