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Vegetarian 101: The All-Day Eating Plan

Vegetarian 101: The All-Day Eating Plan

| August 16, 2010 | 1 Reply

It’s funny; in today’s culture, we all want and seek quick fixes but big problems. How many times have you’ve heard of someone who wants to lose weight fast but yet they aren’t entirely willing to go the distance and get discouraged to find that really there’s no quick fix. When it comes to losing […]

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Vegetarian 101: Fighting Temptations

Vegetarian 101: Fighting Temptations

| July 26, 2010 | 1 Reply

Over the past few days I’ve dedicated a few blog posts to the world of vegetarianism. I dealt with what being a vegetarian is and isn’t with my post “A Crash Course for Skeptics and Beginners” and then tackled the trickiest meal of the day with “Rethinking Breakfast”. At first, the next logical piece in […]

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Vegetarian 101: Rethinking Breakfast

Vegetarian 101: Rethinking Breakfast

| July 23, 2010 | 3 Replies

Eggs, ham, pork sausage, sausage patties, biscuits and gravy, bacon, milk, coffee with cream, cheese grits … all of these things seem to be the staple of the typical breakfast in America and abroad. Yet, for vegetarians, breakfast isn’t so easy. What happens when your eating lifestyle doesn’t include meat or what if it doesn’t […]

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Vegetarian 101: A Crash Course for Skeptics and Beginners

Vegetarian 101: A Crash Course for Skeptics and Beginners

| July 20, 2010 | 3 Replies

I tried staying fit throughout the winter so that come spring and summer, I wouldn’t have much work to do for the ‘shirtless’ season. Weight wise, I was about eight pounds over my usual weight. Yes, being near 120 lbs isn’t bad – most people would kill to see that number on the scale – […]

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Recipe: Vegan Brownies

Recipe: Vegan Brownies

| June 30, 2010 | Reply

Public enemy number one to your diet: brownies. They’re gooey, they’re tasty, they’re sweet and in most cases, they’re fattening. There are a number of “healthy” brownies out there: from the “deceptively” delicious variety where you mash up carrots and spinach to the new craze of black bean brownies. I have to admit: none of […]

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Recipe: Cheat-Day Pizza

Recipe: Cheat-Day Pizza

| April 26, 2010 | Reply

I think the key to any successful eating plan (I like that term over ‘die-ting’) is allowing yourself to indulge from time to time. My favorite ‘cheat’ meal tends to be a slice of pizza from Whole Foods. They use fresh ingredients and hearth-fire the pizza, really giving you a not-so bad slice of pizza. […]

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Say It Loud, Say It Proud, “I’m a Vegetarian!”

Say It Loud, Say It Proud, “I’m a Vegetarian!”

| March 5, 2010 | Reply

A couple weeks ago I posted about coming out at as a vegetarian. Since then I’ve had a few conversations with people about being a vegetarian and questions that I thought I’d address. At church there was a luncheon after service and somehow (as usual) the topic of discussion was how I’m vegetarian. People always […]

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Where’s the Beef? Going Vegetarian

Where’s the Beef? Going Vegetarian

| February 17, 2010 | Reply

In day 3 of my week long fitness/health-centric blogs, I’m taking on vegetarianism. Vegetarians often get a bad rep. In movies they’re portrayed as granola munching, uber-sensitive, environmental activists that march with PETA and make scenes around those who dare to even dream of consuming a crumb of bacon. Well, that’s not entirely true! What […]

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Being Vegan: Okay, Who cut the cheese?

Being Vegan: Okay, Who cut the cheese?

| February 15, 2010 | Reply

This week (God willing) I plan to do 1 post a day about a health/fitness issue. Since 2008, I’ve lost over 60 lbs. Am I perfect now? No, I’m still a work in progress. More work actually goes into keeping off the weight you lose than you put into getting the pounds off at the […]

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“Fake Out” Chinese Lo Mein Noodles

“Fake Out” Chinese Lo Mein Noodles

| January 9, 2010 | Reply

I love(d) Chinese food. Past tense because I hardly buy it anymore. First, I don’t want to spend the money and gas on it to get it. Secondly, it’s highly fattening. Here’s an easy recipe you can try if you’re trying to eat healthier. It’s full of fiber, vegetables and flavor. This was made for […]

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