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Vegetarian and Vegan living tips


Vegetarian and Vegan living tips

Perhaps our CoCor community could share some tips for the vegetarian and vegan lifestyle. Many others could be inspired and helped by these tips.

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Latest Activity: Jan 7, 2015

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Comment by JR on October 25, 2009 at 6:29pm
This October 2009 month, in my Universal Laws and Principle--Cocreate your reality group and book club, I covered the topic of self-physician and self-health. I had much joy as I talked about the abundance of the universe, and in relation to our good health and wellness.

A book I covered was the science of being well by Wallace D. Wattles. Hear is a highlight from this classic book.

One must master all involuntary needs/functions of the body (eating, drinking, breathing, and sleeping); and there is only one voluntary function that is needed to control all the involuntary functions of the body (the liver, heart, other internal organs, etc)-- a person's thinking is the one voluntary function that can control the numerous involuntary functions. When a person thinks of only good health and wellness and never thinks of disease, this person will permeate the internal organs of the body with good health and wellness.

I am a year into being a vegan and gluten-free. The benefits feel so, so, so good. Now, I am focused on additional longevity living tips. When you sleep well, have happiness with your daily life, eat well--you will additionally extended your life. Now I am focused on voluntary function of good sleep.

Do you have a desire to take a personal journey to perfecting any particular voluntary function in your life? If interested, post a note or send emails, to someone regarding this journey.
Comment by Shiiish B on September 23, 2009 at 2:49pm
I <3 Tofu.
Comment by JR on September 5, 2009 at 1:27pm
Hello Dearest,
I found that employers who have social-office events with food, they are interested in accommodating a vegan/vegetarian or gluten-free lifestyle personnel, especially if we can tell them of the gluten-free/vegan/vegetarian alternative food and which stores nearby sells them. The employers have offered to reimburse me, for me buying the product and bring it to the office event, when they themselves are unable to go to the alternate store.

At Wholefoods store, I found some really yummy gluten-free vegan/vegetarian burger (also Soy Free). Here is the maker, Sunshine burgers,

Also, a couple month ago, I purchased some gluten-free doughnuts (from White Hen Pantry). They were delicious!

What food do you wonder if they exist in gluten-free / vegan / vegetarian form?

Happy Living - JR
Comment by JR on June 21, 2009 at 11:29pm
I hear Tatiana, I resonate with that. I am going into my 8-9 month of being a vegan and 7 months of being gluten free and now it is relatively easy to get the food that my body needs. Tell us more, if you would like about your vegan experience. -jr
Comment by Tatiana Alcantara Griffith on June 18, 2009 at 6:04am
I love being vegan. It is the best thing I have ever done.
Comment by Isabel Swan on April 16, 2009 at 2:33pm
I just wanted to announce that I have made a commitment to eat a %100 raw life style.
Comment by Isabel Swan on April 16, 2009 at 12:18am
WOW! Great group! Thanks.
Comment by Cocreative on March 25, 2009 at 7:11pm
Hi Emha, thanks.
I've been on the green drink daily for about a month - and have been off of meat and dairy forever - no (or min.) sugar for about a month - What I did was to go completely raw yesterday - with LOTS and LOTS of veggies - so I guess it had a strong cleansing action, or my system wasn't used to it, but after being up until 2:00 a.m. or so, things calmed down and it's fine today. I found a gluten-free sprouted grain bread I love this morning and that helped re-introduce something at least vaguely familiar. I also discovered quinoa and had that for breakfast, so it's an interesting learning process on what various foods do what.
I also realized that I've been already half on raw with cooking veggies very lightly for several years already.
Thanks for the response.
Comment by Emha on March 25, 2009 at 2:33am
Hi Cocreative,
cleansing is normal in various degrees. It is recommended to start slow and not make the transition overnight. A good way to start is by adding green smoothies to your normal diet, starting with one and adding up to a quart a day (3-4 portions). Than you can start going vegan, eliminating meat and dairy. In the meantime you can get educated on going raw and start gathering recipes so that you come prepared once you make the transition. I made the transition two months ago. Feel free to ask if you have anymore questions.
Comment by Cocreative on March 25, 2009 at 1:12am
Hey - I'm switching over to raw foods and alkaline and feel like there's quite an adjustment going on - can anyone tell me if this is normal? I suppose you could call it a "cleansing" action...I know my system is wondering what the @# is going on here right now.
Some reassurance that this is normal the first few days would be appreciated.
Also, advice !

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