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Old 26-09-2016, 10:37 PM
Debrah Debrah is offline
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Hi mogenblue,

As I was reading your last comment, you made me smile. It was kind of like looking at something I might have written. And I'm happy to hear that you were feeling so 'jolly' yesterday, although you might like to be careful that the 'jolly' doesn't offset the healthy diet too much.

It's interesting that you found people to talk to on an insurance forum about plant based diets. I can't imagine how that started. Did someone bring up a particular illness that gave you a 'springboard' in with your contribution? Well maybe a seed was planted even if the talk did fade away. You never know!
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Old 27-09-2016, 01:51 AM
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Hi mogenblue,

As I was reading your last comment, you made me smile. It was kind of like looking at something I might have written. And I'm happy to hear that you were feeling so 'jolly' yesterday, although you might like to be careful that the 'jolly' doesn't offset the healthy diet too much.
makes sense, hahaha
I make sure to get enough fibers. Fibers are important to keep the bacteries in your guts healthy. I want to get bulgur into my regular diet. That's steamed wheat. Some brands are very high in fibers, more then 10%.

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It's interesting that you found people to talk to on an insurance forum about plant based diets. I can't imagine how that started. Did someone bring up a particular illness that gave you a 'springboard' in with your contribution? Well maybe a seed was planted even if the talk did fade away. You never know!
I jumped on a topic about how to lose weight in a healthy way. It was dead for about a year or so, so I thought it would not harm to give it a go overthere.
Overweight is a very common problem in western society and it leads to various illnesses and other problems.
At present the topic has more then 7000 views, almost 8000. So somebody is reading it.
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Old 03-10-2016, 07:09 AM
Jared.L Jared.L is offline
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Plants are alive of course, but they do not have a complex nervous system as we do. They do not feed as much pain, as animals do
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Old 20-07-2017, 08:20 PM
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No one on earth can live an ethical and healthy life if they are putting into their stomachs the burnt, dead bodies of tortured and murdered sentient beings, or eating any foods that contribute to the suffering of those beings. If they are taking that into themselves they will become sick, both physically and spiritually. That usually gets the point across, and it's true. Cause and effect. This is important big stuff, never forget that.

I agree, drop the terms vegan and vegetarian. I use the term cruelty free diet, as that's what it is. Just don't expect anyone to change, and what they eat is their business. However, I support speaking out for those who cannot speak for themselves. If even one person in 10,000 becomes interested in a non dead body diet, my speaking out has been a success.

I agree with this 100%. It is our duty to speak out for the animals. I believe it is our duty to do so. There are all sorts of ways this can be done. In my case I am a member of various groups and write to supermarkets , MP's and do petitions. The most recent one I am interested in is to Ban the Grand National. I also believe in the campaign to get CCTV in all slaughterhouses. These vile places should not even exist, but at the moment the best we can hope for until they have disappeared is CCTV to expose the cruelty that happens there and bring it to attention. It has been proven by undercover reporters.
Its nice to hear there are good people out there.
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