Master Mencius once said, “A Noble Man stays away from the kitchen” because when it comes to animals, if he has seen them while alive, he cannot stand to watch them die; if he hears their screams, he cannot stand to eat their meat. In this day and age, the vegan lifestyle matters not only for our health, but for the sustainable development of our future generations. Let us rebuild this noble tradition and create a sustainable future through adopting a healthy and noble lifestyle.   

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If Everyone Become Vegetarian

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SPECIAL!

If Everyone Become Vegetarian

SPECIAL!
2019-12-17   7295 Views
SPECIAL!
2019-12-17

Vegan World Series - Vegan Japan: The Sun Rises for a Brand New Era, Part 1 of 2

00:17:24
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Vegan World Series - Vegan Japan: The Sun Rises for a Brand New Era, Part 1 of 2

As we will learn today, Japan has more recently accelerated the vegan trend. Indeed, it is becoming increasingly easy to find vegan cuisine to satisfy your taste buds, across the major cities in Japan. You can even find a vegan café and vegan noodle shop at Haneda and Narita International Airports! As we delve into the history of veg and vegan food in Japan, is that traditionally, for over 1,200 years, Japan’s agricultural and dietary practices were deeply rooted in a spiritual and mostly plant-based way of life. In Japanese, “ryori” means cooking or cuisine, and “shojin” coming from the Sanskrit word “vyria,” meaning to have goodness and keep evil away. Shojin Ryori has become a very important part of traditional and modern Japanese culture.
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2019-11-26   588 Views
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2019-11-26

The Art of Creating Vegan Flower Jelly to Celebrate the 3rd International Artist Day, Part 1 of 2 – The Auspicious Peony Flower

00:26:54
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

The Art of Creating Vegan Flower Jelly to Celebrate the 3rd International Artist Day, Part 1 of 2 – The Auspicious Peony Flower

The carving of flower jelly uses needles or special nozzles attached to syringes, which make it appear as if flowers are blooming inside the transparent jelly. The nozzles with different shapes are used to inject natural coloring into the jelly and form various gorgeous flowers with artistic designs. Vegan Chef Lin Fang-Yun, has over 20 years’ experience in promoting organic plant-based food. Recently she received the first prize in an international competition with her flower jelly. She also engages in flower jelly teaching and competition judging. Let’s now watch how she makes the colorful flower jelly! "Today I will introduce to you the most popular artistic dessert recently: flower jelly. Flower jelly is an artistic dessert that combines visual and culinary pleasures. The inspiration comes from the scenery of four seasons, as well as flowers and trees. Now, we are going to demonstrate a 5.5-inch one with a peony flower, which is often used to celebrate an auspicious bountiful harvest."
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-04-05   1127 Views
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-04-05

Emma Hurst – Unequivocal Voice for the Animals, Part 2 of 2

00:15:24
Veggie Elite

Emma Hurst – Unequivocal Voice for the Animals, Part 2 of 2

Once elected to Parliament, the Honorable Emma Hurst presented a powerful inaugural speech that has been applauded by people around the world. “My promise to the animals is this: You have all of me. The lioness in the circus, I see you. The pig in the sow stall, I see you. The mouse in the medical experimentation facility, I see you. The fish crushed at the bottom of a trawler net, I see you. I know you’re suffering, and I will never be silent. I will push forward, no matter what life throws my way, because the cruelties inflicted on you must end, and I will do all I can to see that happen.” Ms. Hurst’s inaugural speech has touched many people’s hearts and has inspired audiences worldwide to be courageous and motivated to march on the path of compassion and veganism. We, as a society, are ultimately responsible for the ways in which we treat all cohabitants. To that end, Emma is a proponent of transparency within the animal industries. And the more Ms. Hurst speaks candidly about the plight of animals everywhere, the more people are sitting up and taking notice, even those who seem unlikely to do so.
Veggie Elite
2020-04-02   305 Views
Veggie Elite
2020-04-02

Sharing Love Through Food: Loving Huts Around Europe, Part 2 of 2

00:17:22
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Sharing Love Through Food: Loving Huts Around Europe, Part 2 of 2

Now we will continue the journey of flavors throughout the Loving Hut Vegan Restaurants in Europe, starting from the beautiful country of Norway, where there are two locations, Bjerregardsgate and Fredensborgveien, in Oslo. The menus at both of these restaurants consist of vegan comfort food with friendly service and smiles. Let’s now head south to the capital of the Netherlands, Amsterdam, where you will find Loving Hut Amsterdam - Vegan House. Famous Dutch vegan rapper “Dio” rates Loving Hut Amsterdam - Vegan House his favorite hot spot in Amsterdam. Last but not least on our Loving Hut European tour is a pop-up restaurant called Loving Hut Ireland. They have a regular stall at Ireland’s first monthly vegan market “Positively Eventful” where they frequently sell out of food. They appear at the Mind Body festival and Cork VegFest every year.
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-03-31   275 Views
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-03-31

Green Vegan Outing, Part 2 of 2 - Korean Bulgogissam, Veggie Protein Barbecue, and Vegan Fish Cake Soup

00:19:45
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Green Vegan Outing, Part 2 of 2 - Korean Bulgogissam, Veggie Protein Barbecue, and Vegan Fish Cake Soup

The family is now preparing dinner in an area where campfires are permitted and are preparing a variety of skewers for the barbecue. The family starts their dinner with the first dish, which is Bulgogi. Bulgogi literally means “fire (vegan) meat” in Korean and is a very popular dish. Plant-based Bulgogi consists of marinated soy protein cooked on a grill, or stir-fried in a pan. To make the dish tastier, add more mushrooms and vegetables. Koreans enjoy Bulgogi wrapped in leafy vegetables, which is called Bulgogi Wraps. It is often accompanied by a condiment known as Ssamjang, made with fermented soybean paste, red pepper paste, and sesame oil. The next dish is Vegan Fish Cake Soup. In a Dutch oven, add homemade vegan broth and boil it. Then add the skewered plant-based fish cakes. This vegan broth is made by putting kelp and shiitake mushrooms in water and cook them for a long time. If you add in shiitake mushrooms, red peppers, and wormwood, it will look mouth-watering and taste yummy. We hope this two-part show will inspire you to adopt a sustainable vegan lifestyle.
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-03-29   328 Views
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-03-29

Dr. Stephen Gorad (Vegan) on Quinoa - Supergrain of the Future, Part 3 of 3

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Healthy Living

Dr. Stephen Gorad (Vegan) on Quinoa - Supergrain of the Future, Part 3 of 3

This supergrain has many different colors and other distinguishing features. Dr. Gorad explains more. “There’s red, white, and black. There are actually several thousand different quinoas. So that’s something that concerns me, because when I started with quinoa, one of the things I talked about was the diversity of genetic material in quinoa.” As our world transitions to plant-based eating, those engaged in animal livestock raising will also change to compassionate livelihoods. “The spiritual meaning of respecting animals’ lives is one thing. The other thing is the kind of ecological disaster that raising animals is causing on the planet. Someone calculated the amount of energy it takes to produce a unit of protein. So the ratio for meat is 50 to one. For fish, it’s 10 to one. Chicken is four to one. Soy is two to one. You only need two units of energy to produce a unit of protein. Quinoa. Less than one and a half to one.(Wow.) It’s the most efficient plant for producing protein. Maybe it’s not so important now, but it’s going to be important in the future.”
Healthy Living
2020-03-28   347 Views
Healthy Living
2020-03-28

Emma Hurst – Unequivocal Voice for the Animals, Part 1 of 2

00:16:50
Veggie Elite

Emma Hurst – Unequivocal Voice for the Animals, Part 1 of 2

The Honorable Emma Hurst is a member of the Australian state of New South Wales’ Legislative Council where she uses this platform to tirelessly campaign for animal protection reform and animal rights. Ms. Hurst is also a long time vegan, plant-based bodybuilder and a registered psychologist. “I didn’t want to kill animals. I had no idea that even eating organic or free-range eggs, meant that all day-old male chicks in the egg industry would be macerated. And that in the dairy industry, that calves will be torn away from their mothers and taken to slaughterhouses. When I read all this information, it was just like the lights switched on, and I just went vegan overnight. I worked for Animal Liberation for over a decade. I’ve also worked for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). And I decided that it was really people that needed to change, not animals.” Supreme Master Ching Hai: “Joyfully present The Honorable Emma Hurst the Shining World Leadership Award for Compassion, with all love, a big hug and best wishes, in Heaven’s grace. May you and all your supporters forever be in God’s favor.”
Veggie Elite
2020-03-26   338 Views
Veggie Elite
2020-03-26

Sharing Love Through Food: Loving Huts Around Europe Part 1 of 2

00:19:18
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Sharing Love Through Food: Loving Huts Around Europe Part 1 of 2

In these episodes, we will be taking a tour of the Loving Hut restaurants and their authentic cuisines across Europe. Let’s start in the beautiful town of Rimini Italy, Situated on the Adriatic coast in Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region. This Italian Loving Hut is famous in their region for their boutique European dishes fused with a modern Asian flavour. Let’s see what their customers have to say about the vegan burgers: “There must be a mistake. This is not vegan. Unbelievable. Perfect! More than.” Majestic viewers, let’s go to the south of France now, to a quaint little town called Menton, where you will find the Loving Hut Menton in a charismatic beach front location. Here you can sit down in the relaxing atmosphere and enjoy a great menu. “It’s a beautiful place. We eat very, very well and the people are exceptional, the staff are really good, and the food is very healthy. I have been a vegan for many years and I am convinced that this is the future.” Last but not least for this episode, we go down to Valencia in Spain, where you will find a buffet style at Loving Hut Valencia.
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-03-24   319 Views
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-03-24

Fires Around the World and the Key to their Prevention, Part 3 of 3

00:14:58
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Fires Around the World and the Key to their Prevention, Part 3 of 3

In today’s episode, we’ll examine the fires that blazed across Siberia, Russia, and Central Africa in 2019 as well as their cause and detrimental impact. In June and July 2019, temperatures in Siberia soared to 30 degrees Celsius. September 2019, it is estimated that more than 13 million hectares of Siberian forest had burned, an area lager than Greece. The wildfires in Siberia not only affect Russia but also the world. As the fires burn, they release black carbon, also known as soot, into the atmosphere. Some of this soot settles on the ice fields in Greenland and the Arctic, making the ice sheets darker and more able to absorb the Sun’s heat, thus accelerating the melting of the ice. This contributes to sea level rise, as well as further global warming. Many scientific studies reveal that raising livestock animals to climate change, adding as much as 51% to global warming. In its 2019 report, the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) stated that a shift away from meat consumption and adoption of a plant-based diet would be one of the most effective solutions to climate change. Supreme Master Ching Hai has also frequently spoken about the urgent need to adopt a vegan lifestyle to protect our Earth and has recommended a global ban on meat consumption.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2020-03-23   248 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2020-03-23

Vegan Bachelor's Burger Bits

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A Gift of Love: Simple & Nutritious Cooking with Supreme Master Ching Hai

Vegan Bachelor's Burger Bits

Today, we are lucky for a glimpse of those days in YangMing Mountain in 1992 where Supreme Master Ching Hai set aside Her precious time to demonstrate a simple and aesthetically appetizing dish: Vegan Bachelor’s Burger Bits. “Dried products cook with lemongrass, like gluten, contain a high percentage of protein. Soak it in water until soft like this. And then add the seasonings. Very simple. OK. That’s it. Then, mix it by hand or use chopsticks. Now heat up some oil in the pot. When the oil is heated, toss everything in and stir-fry it until it is all cooked thoroughly. Then, it’s ready to serve. OK, it is done. See, it is very simple. It smells delicious.” “When you cook, you should be happy, be loving, and recite the Five Holy Names. Even if you don’t practice Quan Yin Method, recite the name of Buddha, Jesus Christ, or any religious leader, or your own mantra. It’s better not to gossip or think nonsense while cooking so that the food has more blessings. Your reciting will bring blessings to the food. When they eat your food, they will be healthier and happier.”
A Gift of Love: Simple & Nutritious Cooking with Supreme Master Ching Hai
2020-03-15   519 Views
A Gift of Love: Simple & Nutritious Cooking with Supreme Master Ching Hai
2020-03-15

Kuntal Joisher - The First Vegan on the Top of the World, Part 1 of 2

00:14:41
Veggie Elite

Kuntal Joisher - The First Vegan on the Top of the World, Part 1 of 2

Today we are sharing the achievements and successes of a courageous and noble man, Mr. Kuntal Joisher, the world’s first vegan to scale Mt. Everest. His climbing journey of the Himalayas started in 2009. With his persistent determination and fortitude, Mr. Kuntal stood on the top of Mt. Everest, the highest peak in the word, in May, 2016, from the Nepal side and again successfully in 2019, from the China side. “Sitting here right now, it’s almost been seventeen years that I have now been a vegan. And I have to tell you, that this was the best decision I have ever made in my life, because since that day I have been able to sleep every single night peacefully, knowing that o animals had to be killed for me to lead my life or me to pursue my dreams. It was a chance encounter in 2009, where I actually found that climbing mountains was the calling of my life. Mt. Everest simply cannot be conquered. It is always the mountain that decides whether you are going to make it to the top. So, it was during this journey, that I overcame so many of my self-doubts, so many of my limitations, and I conquered myself.”
Veggie Elite
2020-03-12   414 Views
Veggie Elite
2020-03-12

Shining World Vegan Incentive Award Recipient: The Vegetarian Association of France

00:16:27
Shining World Awards

Shining World Vegan Incentive Award Recipient: The Vegetarian Association of France

In France, a country known for gourmet food, the Vegetarian Association of France (AVF) is making history by transforming a Parisian neighborhood into a lively vegan community, called "Veggietown," with vegan eateries, boutiques and other services. The team has a greater noble vision of compassionately restructuring the food industry of France into an Earth-friendly and healthy plant-based system. Working side by side with schools, politicians, lawmakers, enterprises and organizations, they strive to realize this dream. Envisioning the smooth transition of France and Europe towards a fully vegan society, the Vegetarian Association of France also provides assistance to other pro-vegan organizations and campaigns. Supreme Master Ching Hai "joyfully present the Vegetarian Association of France the Shining World Vegan Incentive Award plus US$10,000 with love to humbly support the "team work." May God grant you all peace, love, happiness and long life."
Shining World Awards
2020-03-11   244 Views
Shining World Awards
2020-03-11

Sharing Love Through Food: Loving Huts in Africa

00:20:48
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Sharing Love Through Food: Loving Huts in Africa

Today, we will visit Loving Hut restaurants in Benin, the Republic of the Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Côte ďlvoire and interview their owners, devoted staff and loyal customers. With the desire of promoting veganism to improve health, and elevate the level of spirituality and peace in the world, Loving Hut Benin was opened in the city of Cotonou, Benin in December 2015. The restaurant was the first Loving Hut restaurant in Africa. Our next stop will be the Loving Hut in Pointe-Noire, the Republic of the Congo’s second largest city. The restaurant offers a diversified international menu including Chinese and Aulacese, or Vietnamese dishes. Our next stop is Loving Hut in Kinshasa, the largest city in the Democratic Republic of the Congo - a country is renowned for its beautiful nature and friendly citizens. Loving Hut Kinshasa is a priceless gem serving vegan food in a peaceful and spacious environment. Our last stop is a Loving Hut restaurant in Abidjan, Côte ďlvoire, a country located on the southern coast of West Africa and known for its religious and ethnic harmony and cocoa exports. With a serene garden and harmonious colors, the decoration and layout of the restaurant creates a feeling of coziness and freshness.
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-03-10   401 Views
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-03-10

Fires Around the World and the Key to their Prevention, Part 1 of 3

00:18:19
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Fires Around the World and the Key to their Prevention, Part 1 of 3

In January 2020, hundreds of deadly wildfires raged throughout Australia. The most heartbreaking tragedy resulting from the fires in Australia was the loss of wildlife. One of the most heartbreaking cases of devastation occurred on Kangaroo Island. In addition to wildlife, livestock animals were also affected. Another result of the fires was air pollution. The damage in Australia affected the entire world. In addition to the smoke, the fires produced massive amounts of carbon emissions which, in turn, accelerate climate change. Research shows that the primary cause of climate change is the raising of livestock animals, which contributes more to global warming than all forms of transportation combined. Scientists report that the livestock animals raising industry causes as much as 51% of all global greenhouse gas emissions. Thus, many recommend that the most effective way to stop global warming is through widespread adoption of the vegan lifestyle. Supreme Master Ching Hai has frequently spoken about this as the quickest way to stop future climate-related disasters.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2020-03-09   307 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2020-03-09

Vegan Costa Rican Traditional Cuisines, Part 2 of 2 - Gallo Pinto Burrito and Creamy Tomato Soup with Smoky Flavor

00:16:42
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Vegan Costa Rican Traditional Cuisines, Part 2 of 2 - Gallo Pinto Burrito and Creamy Tomato Soup with Smoky Flavor

Has it ever happened to you that sometimes you have some leftover food from the day before, or even from breakfast? Well, to be green, turning those leftovers into a type of burrito is one way to eat them. Today, Marianella will show us how to make the traditional Costa Rican lunch, Gallo Pinto Burrito from the leftover of the breakfast made in part 1 of the show. She will also make a creamy tomato soup with the smoky flavor. “Let’s make the burrito now. We take the wheat tortilla, and meanwhile, we turn on the heat. This is the salad to put in the burrito. Let’s wrap our burrito and put it in the pan for some time to warm it up.” “Let’s fry these vegetables and the tortillas with some oil. We will let it release its fragrance a little, and then we put it into the blender with a little water. We add the chickpeas and our [stir-fried] mixture in the blender….” “Our lunch is ready, the gallo pinto burrito and the tomato soup. You can see that it is filled with protein, both from the chickpeas and the beans.”
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-03-08   339 Views
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-03-08

What You Eat Matters: Dr. Caroline Trapp (vegan) on Diabetes, Part 2 of 2

00:13:43
Healthy Living

What You Eat Matters: Dr. Caroline Trapp (vegan) on Diabetes, Part 2 of 2

Some are under the impression that once a person has acquired diabetes, he or she will need to take medication, or live with the condition, for the rest of their life. Dr. Trapp sheds light on this common misunderstanding. “Well, I no longer think that that’s true because I’ve seen people who just by making this significant diet change, have gotten healthier, and who don’t need medication, and who able to turn this disease around. In terms of diet, these are some of the reasons that I hear people or doctors say that their patients can’t do a plant-based diet. So, one is concerns about a lack of protein. No, it doesn’t happen. Another concern is that it’s too hard for most people. It’s doable. And I applaud all of you. We not only want to use less medication, but we want to use more plants. Exercise is really important, but, by itself, it often isn’t enough. Getting enough sleep is also really important. And of course, if you smoke cigarettes, that is the number one recommendation. Quitting smoking will go a long way to protecting the blood vessels that are at risk of damage from diabetes.”
Healthy Living
2020-03-07   398 Views
Healthy Living
2020-03-07

A New Epithet for Hangzhou - The Veg Capital of Southeastern China, Part 2 of 2

00:19:42
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

A New Epithet for Hangzhou - The Veg Capital of Southeastern China, Part 2 of 2

With the natural advantage of its geographic location and favourable temperate conditions, the Hangzhou City government, in recent years has been leading the effort of promoting the veg culture development nationwide, as well as reaching out globally, with a new epithet for the city - “The Veg Capital of Southeastern China.” In May 2019, one of the world’s largest vegan lifestyle expos known as Veggie World - which is currently held in 18 cities across eight countries - chose Hangzhou as its first point of entry into China. This eye-opening expo introduced Chinese consumers to the global vegan trend, and the healthy, green, and natural vegan lifestyle. To celebrate International Vegetarian Day, the city’s Commerce Bureau sponsored the fourth Hangzhou Vegan Culture Festival in November, 2019. The event was organized by the Hangzhou Vegan Association and held at the Xiangji Temple square. Many fascinating activities were held, such as food tasting, introduction of the benefits of eating veg, and cultural exchanges, encouraging Hangzhou citizens to follow the compassionate trend of a plant-based diet. “And if Chinese blaze the trail on vegetarianism, then we will have hope. We have more hope, a lot more hope to save this Earth for our next generations, so that they live in health, happiness, and possibly spirituality.”
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-03-05   397 Views
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-03-05

A New Epithet for Hangzhou - The Veg Capital of Southeastern China, Part 1 of 2

00:19:41
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

A New Epithet for Hangzhou - The Veg Capital of Southeastern China, Part 1 of 2

Located in southeastern China, the coastal city of Hangzhou is well-known since ancient times for the flourishing development of Buddhism,and has long been reputed as the “Buddhist Capital of Southeastern China.” Its history of the plant-based diet can be traced back even further. During that time, many truth seekers came to Lingyin Temple to pray to be cleansed, gain wisdom, learn and embrace a plant-based diet, while searching deeply for their true nature. In 2016, the “Xiangji Vegetarian Culture” was designated as an “Intangible Cultural Heritage” of Hangzhou City, paving a very important milestone for veg development in China. Talked about far and wide, Yu Hua Zhai is a free-to-dine vegan restaurant! Here, the vegan culture has been elevated from compassion for all beings, to the selfless awareness that the whole universe is connected as One. Located next to the Xixi Wetland in Hangzhou, “Wukong’s Home” is housed in an old and simple structure of unique tranquility. Governmental support has greatly contributed to the prosperous development of the veg industry in Hangzhou today. What has made it even more encouraging is, in 2017, the city government published a book called “Veg in Hangzhou - Food Discovery in Southern China”. “We hope that the industry will integrate the rich veg cultural tradition with the scientific concept of a healthy and green veg diet, and strive to establish the city as the ‘Veg Capital of Southeastern China.’”
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-03-03   487 Views
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-03-03

Vegan Costa Rican Traditional Cuisines, Part 1 of 2 - Gallo Pinto & Handmade Tortilla

00:20:16
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Vegan Costa Rican Traditional Cuisines, Part 1 of 2 - Gallo Pinto & Handmade Tortilla

Today, we are honored to have Marianella with us. She will show us how to make the vegan version of traditional Costa Rican breakfast, Gallo Pinto, as well as handmade tortillas that are popular in Central America. Marianella is the owner of the Green Vurgers Restaurant, a small vegan restaurant located in San Pedro, San José, Costa Rica. As its name suggests, Green Vurgers specializes in offering vegan burgers as a way of introducing veganism to the general public. “The main feature of the Gallo Pinto is its vibrant colors. You can see the red, brown from the beans and lots of the greens. It is very appetizing. Now we are going to make handmade tortillas from Central America. First, we roll the dough into balls. We can use any type of container to flatten the tortilla dough. We grease it with a little「olive oil」. There it is. This tortilla, when it moves easily, it means that it is ready. We can see that this type of breakfast is quite substantial.”
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-03-01   2480 Views
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2020-03-01

Dr. Albert Einstein (vegetarian): Nobel Laureate and Scientist Extraordinaire, Part 2 of 2

00:15:04
Models of Success

Dr. Albert Einstein (vegetarian): Nobel Laureate and Scientist Extraordinaire, Part 2 of 2

“Nothing will benefit human health and increase chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet.” - Dr. Albert Einstein. In respecting the sanctity of all lives, throughout his existence, Dr. Albert Einstein believed in the ideals of vegetarianism. He wrote in a letter to Germany Vegetarian Watch-Tower on December 27, 1930: "…I have long been an adherent to the cause in principle. Besides agreeing with the aims of vegetarianism for aesthetic and moral reasons, it is my view that a vegetarian manner of living by its purely physical effect on the human temperament would most beneficially influence the lot of mankind." Dr. Einstein's respect for life naturally led him to be a humanitarian and advocate for social justice, freedom, and peace. With the onset of the atomic era, Dr. Einstein realized that nuclear weapons were a profound risk to humanity and could bring an end to civilization. During the last decade of his life, he was tireless in his efforts to create effective international cooperation to disarm nuclear weapons and to prevent wars.
Models of Success
2020-03-01   1519 Views
Models of Success
2020-03-01

What You Eat Matters: Dr. Caroline Trapp (vegan) on Diabetes, Part 1 of 2

00:15:09
Healthy Living

What You Eat Matters: Dr. Caroline Trapp (vegan) on Diabetes, Part 1 of 2

In this two-part program, we are privileged to hear from Dr. Caroline Trapp about the tie between diet and a chronic health condition that sadly affects about 425 million people worldwide. She is a vegan American nurse practitioner with a doctorate in nursing practice and more than 30 years of experience in taking care of people with diabetes. “A plant-based diet is a great way to prevent getting diabetes in the first place, and if you’ve been diagnosed with the disease, a plant-based diet has been shown to turn the disease around. The research is in. A whole food plant-based diet is really beneficial for diabetes and also for heart disease and for stroke prevention and all these other concerns for people who have the disease. A whole food plant-based diet is mostly carbohydrates, fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and beans are all carbs. So, I highly recommend healthy carbs.”
Healthy Living
2020-02-29   1224 Views
Healthy Living
2020-02-29
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