I just hit 100 subscribers. This marks a pivotal landmark in my blogging life. I’ve been blogging for about three years now, but it hasn’t been until recently that I’ve really picked up the pace and stayed dedicated to this creative outlet. I’ve grown a lot from when I first started, and here’s to looking forward to growing my readership another 100.
Month: August 2017
Organic foods have gained great popularity in the recent years, and rightfully so. While it’s important to avoid eating all non-organic foods, it can often get expensive. Knowing which foods are most often genetically modified or sprayed with pesticides helps to determine which organic foods to choose first when living healthier on a budget.
Recent Changes to Our Food
Twenty-first-century culture has developed technology to alter the genetic makeup of foods to allow them to stay on shelves longer, grow bigger and faster and kill the insects that are cutting into production sales—all at the expense of quality produce. Non-organic foods are toxic for the body and cause several detriments when consumed, such as increased body fat and a weakened immune system. Additionally, genetically modified foods don’t hold as much nutritional value and often lack taste, which means quality becomes an issue.
People are met with many difficulties when trying to achieve a goal, leading many to quit. While these hardships can deter the weak hearted, those that persevere through those tribulations are reward triumphantly. There are many components to success, but one especially important one is consistency.
After eight months of eating a diet without any animal products, I took a blood test that convinced me the vegan life is the best way to live.
Clothing choice expresses a lot about a person. There’s a saying that goes, “dress for success,” and that clothing choice and success can be anything imaginable. A person could wear a suit when going to work, an athletic fit when going to the gym, or a pair of jeans and a t-shirt when spending a night out with friends—a person’s clothing generally determines what type of frame of mind that person will be in. Wearing clothes that embody the vision of success attracts a successful lifestyle, and that’s how I feel about my news pair of shoes.
In January of this year, I took the plunge into veganism. I knew it wouldn’t happen overnight, and I knew I would make many mistakes. I still make mistakes now, but I’m making the effort, and that’s what counts. I’m still learning. I’m not 100% vegan, but for the most part, I have convinced those around me and, most importantly, myself that I am vegan.
During the semester, finding vegan-friendly options in between classes while on a student’s budget can be difficult. Keeping a healthy vegan diet that maintains brain function through several lectures takes premeditation. Planning and preparing snacks for the upcoming week can help you stay focused and engaged in class longer, improving your grades and helping you become a better student. Here are five of my go-to snacks that are vegan-friendly and help me stay energized throughout the day and maintain focus when I need it most.
Curcumin longa root, the best food to include into your diet
Ailing from a sports injury? Looking to boost your immunity and defense against heart disease, breast cancer, colon cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and many other health issues? Turmeric could be the single most powerful root vegetation to deliver on these promises and improve your overall health.