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When you are truly eating healthy you do not have to spend time and energy worrying about how many calories you are consuming; counting calories is only necessary on the Standard American Diet. When you observe how many people die every year of chronic disease in America, it becomes obvious that something needs to change!
When websites claim to have healthy breakfast recipes while feeling the need to list the calories and nutritional facts, watch out! They may look healthy because they are low in calories, but calories are your friend! Calorie literally means energy, and you need energy! The only kind of energy that needs restricting comes from animals. Our body isn't made to digest animal based foods. Humans are natural herbivores.
When you stop consuming animal products there is no need to worry about counting calories! When following a vegan diet you eat until you are full, lose weight, feel great, live longer, and have an abundance of energy!
To tell how healthy a recipe is, look no further than the ingredients. Any "healthy breakfast recipes" that call for eggs or milk are not healthy!1-2
Watch out for refined sugar, substitute it with raw unpasteurized honey, nature's sweetener. Although high in sugar, raw honey has vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and enzymes to help with digestion. White and brown sugar have none of these benefits. When honey is pasteurized, just like cooking vegetables, it looses 50-80% of its nutrients and all of its digestive enzymes, but is still a healthier choice than refined sugar.
The best oil to use is cold pressed virgin coconut oil. Any time a food is heated over 118° F (48° C) it loses nutrients. For this same reason you should only buy Celtic sea salt.
Remember, the best recipes require, at the most, small amounts of sweetener, oil, and salt. Most of the time sugar, fat, and salt are only needed to make low quality food taste better.
Raw Green Smoothies
When you add greens and fruit together and throw them in a blender you get a wonderfully nutritious meal! Green leafy vegetables will cut down the sweetness of the fruit without adding much taste of their own. All you need is a blender. Green smoothies taste AND feel awesome in your tummy.
Easy Fruit Salad Recipe
Fruit salads are perfect part of any raw food meal!
Orgasmic fruit filled pancakes! I'm serious... these pancakes... oh my God.
These bran muffins are breath-taking. The recipe that I base all my muffins off of. These are THE best muffins I have ever tried. Seriously.
Delicious blueberry muffins that taste like heaven!
Would you rather use bananas? These muffins are just as amazing as the other ones!
Super moist banana bread, try not to eat it all at once!
Mmm... this zucchini bread is great! Just like everything on this site.
How to Make Your Oatmeal Fabulous!
Want to get my creative with your oatmeal? Try out some of my tasty suggestions!
Almond Butter Toast
An amazing combo of crispy toast, banana, and almond butter.
Vegan French Toast
French toast has always been a breakfast favorite of mine!
Easy Granola Recipe
Customizing your own granola is easy and tastier than store bought cereals!
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Banana Tofu Muffins Not rated yet
1 pkg (300g)Sunrise or Soya Soft Tofu (I like using flavoured tofu such as Banana or Peach Mango)
1 1/2 - 1 2/3 cup whole wheat flour
1/4 -1/3 cup wheat …
Namekeen Oats Not rated yet
Take 1 large cup of oats in a pot. Now add 2 and a half cups of water to it. Place it on a gas stove on medium flame. Now add a pinch of black pepper and …
Wheat and Spinach Pancake Not rated yet
1. Wheat flour - 1 cup
2. Salt to taste
3. Baking powder – a pinch.
4. Water – 1 cup
5. Spinach - 200 grams
6. Onion – 1 …
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1. Gerstein He. "Cow's milk exposure and Type 1 diabetes mellitus: a critical overview of the clinical literature." Diabetes Care 17 (1994): 13-19.
2. Dip JB. "The distribution of multiple sclerosis in relation to the dairy industry and milk consumption." New Zealand Med. J. 83 (1976): 427-430.