I don’t think it’s terrible at all! I wouldn’t be taking two classes on it if I didn’t find it fascinating. It’s just really heavy stuff with no positive classes to counteract it except weightlifting.

I don’t think it’s terrible at all! I wouldn’t be taking two classes on it if I didn’t find it fascinating. It’s just really heavy stuff with no positive classes to counteract it except weightlifting.

eec10:

A very unprofessionalDaily Nutrient Intake Guide for Vegetarian and Vegans.
(First of all, to point out the obvious if you didn’t notice already. Each section’s listed food total is roughly the daily recommended intake)
For those of you who doesn’t know, I have been vegetarian, vegan, pescetarian on and off for more than a year now. I don’t claim myself to be an expert on this subject at all, nor am I very keen on my own reasons of doing so. All I know is that I am trying my best and doing my part to help the environment, to be healthy and to convince you to do the same.
Please keep in mind that all the information above is only for your reference and by no means the set rules. Everyone’s body is different and so much cannot be summed up to scientific numbers. For more accurate information on the nutrient of the specific foods, you may refer to the Canadian Nutrient File here:http://webprod3.hc-sc.gc.ca/cnf-fce/index-eng.jsp
Articles focused on the very common concern regarding:Protein:Plant Based Protein Q&A, part 1 by Nutrition StrippedGuide to Plant-Based Protein Supplement by Nutrition Stripped10 Sneak sources of Protein by Kissairis Munoz
Vitamin D:12 Ways to Get Your Daily Vitamin D by Health.comFAQs About Vitamin D by The Vegetarian Resource Group
More GREAT Guides on eating more veggies!Nutrition Q&A: Protein + Plant Based Diets by Oh My Veggies (recommended)Vegan Nutrition Information Basics 101 by Happy CowVeggie or Vegan by Animal Aid UK (scroll down recommended)
Further Reading:The Environmental Consequences of Human Food ChoicesExplaining The % Daily Value Complementary Proteins: Origins and Recipes
Fun Sites:Vegan Easy Challenge (30 days of meal plan and recipes)
In addition to simple google-ing on the internet, here are some books I had found useful and borrowed from the library:The Vegetarian Way by Virgina Messina Quick and Easy Vegan Comfort Food by Alicia C. Simpsons 
Loads of thanks also goes to Choices Market for having a great Nutrition Department and it’s free nutrition tours that I had the pleasure to join and learn from.
If this even reaches one person out there to start considering eating more veggies, or simply be more aware of where your food comes from and what is in them..I will be a happy cow :)
Feel free to ask me anything, but again, I am no expert or even graphic designer. I apologize for the poor quality of my hand writing and organization…I actually only made this just so I can print it out for my self. Please let me know if you are a knowledgeable person of this subject and notice anything significantly wrong with this. I will certainly fix it!
Thanks for reading guys!
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eec10:

A very unprofessionalDaily Nutrient Intake Guide for Vegetarian and Vegans.
(First of all, to point out the obvious if you didn’t notice already. Each section’s listed food total is roughly the daily recommended intake)
For those of you who doesn’t know, I have been vegetarian, vegan, pescetarian on and off for more than a year now. I don’t claim myself to be an expert on this subject at all, nor am I very keen on my own reasons of doing so. All I know is that I am trying my best and doing my part to help the environment, to be healthy and to convince you to do the same.
Please keep in mind that all the information above is only for your reference and by no means the set rules. Everyone’s body is different and so much cannot be summed up to scientific numbers. For more accurate information on the nutrient of the specific foods, you may refer to the Canadian Nutrient File here:http://webprod3.hc-sc.gc.ca/cnf-fce/index-eng.jsp
Articles focused on the very common concern regarding:Protein:Plant Based Protein Q&A, part 1 by Nutrition StrippedGuide to Plant-Based Protein Supplement by Nutrition Stripped10 Sneak sources of Protein by Kissairis Munoz
Vitamin D:12 Ways to Get Your Daily Vitamin D by Health.comFAQs About Vitamin D by The Vegetarian Resource Group
More GREAT Guides on eating more veggies!Nutrition Q&A: Protein + Plant Based Diets by Oh My Veggies (recommended)Vegan Nutrition Information Basics 101 by Happy CowVeggie or Vegan by Animal Aid UK (scroll down recommended)
Further Reading:The Environmental Consequences of Human Food ChoicesExplaining The % Daily Value Complementary Proteins: Origins and Recipes
Fun Sites:Vegan Easy Challenge (30 days of meal plan and recipes)
In addition to simple google-ing on the internet, here are some books I had found useful and borrowed from the library:The Vegetarian Way by Virgina Messina Quick and Easy Vegan Comfort Food by Alicia C. Simpsons 
Loads of thanks also goes to Choices Market for having a great Nutrition Department and it’s free nutrition tours that I had the pleasure to join and learn from.
If this even reaches one person out there to start considering eating more veggies, or simply be more aware of where your food comes from and what is in them..I will be a happy cow :)
Feel free to ask me anything, but again, I am no expert or even graphic designer. I apologize for the poor quality of my hand writing and organization…I actually only made this just so I can print it out for my self. Please let me know if you are a knowledgeable person of this subject and notice anything significantly wrong with this. I will certainly fix it!
Thanks for reading guys!
Zoom Info

eec10:

A very unprofessional
Daily Nutrient Intake Guide for Vegetarian and Vegans.

(First of all, to point out the obvious if you didn’t notice already. Each section’s listed food total is roughly the daily recommended intake)

For those of you who doesn’t know, I have been vegetarian, vegan, pescetarian on and off for more than a year now. I don’t claim myself to be an expert on this subject at all, nor am I very keen on my own reasons of doing so. All I know is that I am trying my best and doing my part to help the environment, to be healthy and to convince you to do the same.

Please keep in mind that all the information above is only for your reference and by no means the set rules. Everyone’s body is different and so much cannot be summed up to scientific numbers. For more accurate information on the nutrient of the specific foods, you may refer to the Canadian Nutrient File here:
http://webprod3.hc-sc.gc.ca/cnf-fce/index-eng.jsp

Articles focused on the very common concern regarding:
Protein:
Plant Based Protein Q&A, part 1 by Nutrition Stripped
Guide to Plant-Based Protein Supplement by Nutrition Stripped
10 Sneak sources of Protein by Kissairis Munoz

Vitamin D:
12 Ways to Get Your Daily Vitamin D by Health.com
FAQs About Vitamin D by The Vegetarian Resource Group

More GREAT Guides on eating more veggies!
Nutrition Q&A: Protein + Plant Based Diets by Oh My Veggies (recommended)
Vegan Nutrition Information Basics 101 by Happy Cow
Veggie or Vegan by Animal Aid UK (scroll down recommended)

Further Reading:
The Environmental Consequences of Human Food Choices
Explaining The % Daily Value
Complementary Proteins: Origins and Recipes

Fun Sites:
Vegan Easy Challenge (30 days of meal plan and recipes)

In addition to simple google-ing on the internet, here are some books I had found useful and borrowed from the library:
The Vegetarian Way by Virgina Messina
Quick and Easy Vegan Comfort Food by Alicia C. Simpsons

Loads of thanks also goes to Choices Market for having a great Nutrition Department and it’s free nutrition tours that I had the pleasure to join and learn from.

If this even reaches one person out there to start considering eating more veggies, or simply be more aware of where your food comes from and what is in them..I will be a happy cow :)

Feel free to ask me anything, but again, I am no expert or even graphic designer. I apologize for the poor quality of my hand writing and organization…I actually only made this just so I can print it out for my self. Please let me know if you are a knowledgeable person of this subject and notice anything significantly wrong with this. I will certainly fix it!

Thanks for reading guys!

pregnantfitmom:

casualblessings:

May you have enough money to pay your bills this month with a little extra left over for a bit of fun.

This is one of the nicest things to wish for someone