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Start Living A More Nutritious Life

Start Living A More Nutritious Life

Many humans find it extremely hard to maintain a nutritious and healthy diet. With the convenience, amount, and speed of all the fast food restaurants located on just about every corner of today’s cities, it is easy to see why many people choose the cheeseburger…

Healthy Living – Should You Try A Technology Detox?

Healthy Living – Should You Try A Technology Detox?

We have all heard about detox plans. Many of you may have tried one in the past, hoping it would help you reach your health and fitness goals. The primary purpose of the detox approach is to detoxify your body from the toxic waste we…

Ageless Vegan: The Secret to Living a Long and Healthy Plant-Based Life

Ageless Vegan: The Secret to Living a Long and Healthy Plant-Based Life


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“Once again, Tracye McQuirter inspires us to look at the world through fresh eyes, and this time we have the pleasure of being motivated by her 80-year-old mother, as well. In Ageless Vegan, we witness the beauty, vitality, and strength of a family three decades into a plant-based diet. The McQuirters challenge the widespread belief that age-related illness is inevitable, and their words and recipes will appeal to those invested in slowing down the aging process and living long healthy lives. Whether you are new to or continuing a vegan journey, this book is sure to inspire a lifelong commitment to clean eating.”―Bryant Terry, James Beard award-winning author of Afro-Vegan

Ageless Vegan is an authoritative guide to how to do a vegan diet right. But it is much more than that. It is a warm, personal, and inspiring book written from the heart. It gives you the how and why, provides an abundance of wonderful recipes, and makes your transition to the healthiest possible diet wonderfully easy.”
Neal D. Barnard, MD, FACC, Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine, George Washington University School of Medicine, President, Physicians Committee

“I’ve known Tracye and her mom for years, and they’re the epitome of how to live healthfully on a long-term, whole foods, plant-based diet.”―Michael Greger, MD, New York Times bestselling author of How Not to Die

“Dedication, sincerity, and inspiration best describe who Tracye is.”
T. Colin Campbell, Co-author of The China Study

“I love and recommend Ageless Vegan. This wonderful book empowers and inspires readers to live mindfully and healthfully and to make our world a kinder place. The authors, mother and daughter, Mary and Tracye McQuirter have been vegan for decades, and they are glowing examples for the rest of us who aspire to lead healthy, happy and conscientious lives.”―Gene Baur

“We reach a point in life at which good food, like good lighting, becomes indispensable. The vivacious daughter/mother team behind Ageless Vegan present food so good its powerful health–promoting proponents can change your life, and so delicious you’ll never need another recipe–even if you live to 110, which you might.”―Victoria Moran, author, Main Street Vegan, director, Main Street Vegan Academy

“Filled with tasty recipes, and an easy-to-follow meal plan, this book also tells a story of two truly amazing women who are dedicated to living their truest expression of themselves. Working towards making this world a better place also extends to what we put into our bodies, and Tracye makes this point through practical advice, in a way that will motivate you to see that healthy eating is empowering in so many ways.”―Liz Ross, cofounder of Vegan Advocacy Initiative

“Ageless Vegan is a timely, engaging, and accessible book that offers an entry point to veganism through the brilliant words and experiences of mother–daughter duo, Tracye and Mary McQuirter. With personal narratives and 100 delicious recipes, Ageless Vegan is a gem that is sure to be loved by readers. Tracye has already demonstrated that she can single-handedly change the landscape of the vegan world, and now, with the addition of Mary, I’m excited to see them change lives in new and exciting ways!”―Aph Ko, Founder of Black Vegans Rock and co-author of Aphro-ism: Essays on Pop Culture, Feminism, and Black Veganism from Two Sisters

“Tracye McQuirter is committed to a more socially just world, and she sees food, nutrition and health as a key ingredient of such a world. Importantly, Tracye and her wonderful mom speak in this book with an informed but also compassionate voice. I believe this combination of expertise and compassion is key to building a better world, especially when helping people through personal dietary and lifestyle change. I highly recommend this book as a resource to anyone wanting to explore the life changing benefits of plant-based nutrition.”―Nelson Campbell, Director and Writer, PlantPure Nation, founder of PlantPure, Inc. and PlantPure Communities, Inc.

“Tracye and Mary McQuirter are an amazing and dynamic vegan daughter and mother duo I’ve known for almost 20 years. They both show the incredible benefits of being vegan, and the many ways being vegan helps people age healthfully, functionally and beautifully.”―Milton Mills, MD, Critical Care Physician and Featured Medical and Nutrition Expert in What the Health



Healthy Living For a Healthy Life

Healthy Living For a Healthy Life

Having a healthy living is the most important factor in our life. Most of us know that living with a healthy body is the best path to live happy, to feel better, and to look better. Healthy living will lead us to the point where…

Living a Healthy Life – The 5 Ingredients to a Healthy Lifestyle

Living a Healthy Life – The 5 Ingredients to a Healthy Lifestyle

If you are like millions of other people in the world, you probably want to live a healthy lifestyle. While many people are able to achieve this lifestyle, there are even more that are looking for ways to improve their health. Here are 5 ingredients…

Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Living – Exercising Is Not a Fix for Poor Food Choices

Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Living – Exercising Is Not a Fix for Poor Food Choices

When it comes to exercise, many people do just fine. Not everyone has an inactive lifestyle. Some people have a job where they are on their feet for most or all of the day. Others play a sport every week because it is a hobby and they enjoy it: so they are regularly active. Some people are gym rats and are in and out of the gym on several days of the week. Not surprisingly, exercise can be addictive. It brings on a positive mood and a surge in energy levels while doing well for the body.

With that said, exercise should never be used to rationalize or attempt to fix poor nutrition. Here is what is meant by this: food is still number one. You are encouraged to exercise as much as possible within reason. It will only help you. But if you think this allows you to have greater freedom with your eating plan, you would be mistaken. Or worse – if you are using the activity as a way of attempting to fix your poor food choices.

Admittedly, much of this has to do with body weight. You will find many people do not struggle with exercising but have a hard time maintaining a healthy body weight. They might even joke about their exercise routine making them fat when they realize their body weight is not changing, or they are gaining weight. For weight loss – nutrition is number one. For health, the same often applies.

Remember, food is fuel for your body, and if you are not providing your body with high-quality nutrients, you are depriving your body of what it needs…

1. You cannot outrun the fork. Exercise as much as you like – but if you are eating more than your body needs, you will put on weight. Even if you are at the gym for two hours and having the best workouts of your life.

2. You must be careful with how you eat. Frequent meals will keep your blood sugar levels high. Insulin responses stimulate your appetite. So this means frequent meals are more likely to make you eat more, rather than less, even if your portion sizes are smaller.

3. You must also mind what you eat. Fats carry a lot of calories, so even if the whipped cream you are eating is sugar-free, it might be calorie dense. And sugars! Be very careful with them, always.

At the end of the day, you need to exercise and eat well. It is not one or the other. And never use exercise as a fix for poor nutrition.

Source by Beverleigh H Piepers

Healthy Living – Managing Ongoing Fatigue

Healthy Living – Managing Ongoing Fatigue

If there is one thing frustrating to just about everyone, it is ongoing fatigue. You feel tired, daily, and nothing you are doing seems to be fixing it. You may have tried medications at this point, only to see no results at all. What gives?…

Yoga and Healthy Living – Five Yogic Secrets to Healthy Living

Yoga and Healthy Living – Five Yogic Secrets to Healthy Living

Are you interested in looking after your health? Do you read healthy living magazines and dream of living the sort of life where you always eat well, have enough sleep, and work-out three times a week? But in reality, you drive everywhere, have fast-food takeaways…

Secret of Living a Healthy Lifestyle

Secret of Living a Healthy Lifestyle

Imagine the secret of a healthy lifestyle is right in front of you. With it you will be able to do more things, lives a happier life and less to worry about disease. And believe it or not, the secret is right in front of you.

Let me explain. Take a look at your current self. Do you like the way you are living your life right now? Do you eat the right fruit? Do you eat chips while watching TV?

DO you like your life right now? If you are, stop reading this article and leave this site right now.

But if you don't, I will let you on in a secret … that celebrities, models use to make them look so gorgeous, making everyone else envy them (and probably you too).

It's not the gadget they use or the latest diet they are promoting on the television.

The real secret of living healthily is doing it right NOW.

Most people will give me plenty of reasons and one of it is, "I don't know which diet to choose, there are too many of them." That's BS You do know that living healthily means eating less junk foods and more vegetables and fruits right? Why don't you do it now?

That's what the models and celebrities do. They do it right now. And if any diets they chose to use failed them, they choose another till they find something that suit them. Why don't you do just like them?

Remember, it doesn't harm you to try living healthy life. You can start by stop eating potato chips while watching TV. Instead, eat grape while watching it.

There are many ways you can use to start living a healthy lifestyle. I hope you will find the way your body will accept and good luck!

Source by James Hung

Living a Healthy Lifestyle Can Reduce the Effects of Tinnitus and Ear Hissing

Living a Healthy Lifestyle Can Reduce the Effects of Tinnitus and Ear Hissing

One of the most natural ways to improve the immune system, and thereby reduce the effects of ear hissing and tinnitus, is a healthy lifestyle – e.g. proper diet and exercise. Generally, you should avoid or reduce caffeine, nicotine, alcohol sugar and salt. Yet paradoxically…