Stay vegan without getting weaker

Stay vegan without getting weaker

I’m quite a bit experienced on the subject since I have been a vegan for three years now and a vegetarian for about eight years. However, I’m no expert in the field, so this article is just a guide from another regular vegan for those of you who are interested in how to stay strong and healthy as vegans. Someone approached me that he became vegetarian since he didn’t like the feeling he got after consuming meat, but when he went to the gym after making this change, he began to feel extremely weak and naturally that troubled him. There are a few ways I can help with that. Firstly, there could be numerous reasons that cause you to feel weak, for example, lack of sleep, irregularity of going to the gym, not consuming enough calories and so on. In case it is due to the food you eat, you need to eat nutritious foods that have a good amount of protein, iron, calcium and other nutrients. If you think being vegan makes you weak, you’re wrong....
Chicken Fricassee

Chicken Fricassee

The coming of the summer means longer, warmer, and sunnier days. But it also means that we will not be too keen on spending too much time in the kitchen. After all, who likes sitting over a simmering pot, surrounded by hot steams, while the temperatures outside call for something cool? So, we are tempted to eat light, a salad, or take the cooking outside by enjoying a barbecue as often as possible. Still, when you have guests over or would like a dish with comforting food, you need to leave those salads aside and prepare something delicious. This is why I will come up with a recipe proposal that is filling, tasty, light, and can be prepared in no time. It can be the ideal solution for a dinner with your friends and loved ones, served with a glass of white wine or a rose, cooled nicely in the fridge for a few hours. Thus, the following lines will be all about chicken fricassee, a dish that appeared in England somewhere in the 16th...
6 mood-boosting foods for a healthy mind

6 mood-boosting foods for a healthy mind

We all know that eating well helps us stay fit and healthy in a physical sense, but often we overlook the effects that our diet plays on our mental health. Too many of us (and I hold my hands up here too) ignore the consequences diet, stress and environment have on our mental well being. However, there is enough evidence out there to prove that there is a link between certain foods and our emotions. Food affects our chemical balance and metabolic rates, which in turn means that our emotions can change drastically depending on the food we eat. As a long time sufferer of depression, I’ve often been a keen believer in the positive effects of a good diet on mental health. Here are 6 of my favorite foods that I’ve used to help boost my emotional and spiritual state. Legumes This is a pretty broad food type so let me be more specific: I’m talking beans, peas or peanuts. These foods are rich in magnesium, which increases your energy levels...

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