Showing posts with label diet. Show all posts
Showing posts with label diet. Show all posts

Monday, April 01, 2013

McDonalds Vegan Diet Monster Burger 'Better Than Meat' !

40 Years of Loch Ness Marked with 'Better Than Meat' Vegan Diet Burger | PRLog

Better than meat burgers - new vegan diet alternative recipe

A new Monster Vegan Burger said to be better than meat has been launched by McDonalds to celebrate 40 years of the Loch Ness Monster Project. The Sea Horse flavour dairy free cheeseburger suitable for those on a vegan diet and made with a secret vegan recipe approved by both the Vegetarian Society and The Vegan Society that is rich in omega 3 DHA and EPA

It's being launched in response to reports by Vegfest UK London, Veggie and Vegan Societies and google that there is a 40% increase in demand for vegan diet foods

It's said to be unconnected with the Dutch launch of the new Mc2 burger by a Dutch Vegan Butcher ( vegetarianbutcher.com and also said to be better than meat.

A London Nutritionist says "The recipe is higher in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and omega 3 DHA and EPA than beefburgers and hamburgers"

Monday, February 04, 2013

Vegest London UK Health & Sustainability Event Oct 2013

London's biggest ever event dedicated to solutions for better human health and sustainable ethical living hopes to switch people on the alternatives that are part of the solution for the planet not part of the problem.


VegestUK London - Vegfest Vegetarian Vegan Event in London October 5th 6th 2013

The dates have been confirmed for a brand new vegetarian lifestyle show in the heart of the West
End of London at the world famous Kensington Olympia over two days in October 2013. 10,000 visitors are expected to attend the two day event, which is open from 11am – 7pm.

Comedian Dave Spikey (Phoenix Nights) is amongst the guests participating, which also includes
musician Macka B, comedian Andrew O’Neill, presenters Janey Lee Grace (BBC Radio 2) and Dale Pinnock (TV Herbalist Chef) , athlete Fiona Oakes, chef Chad Sarno (Raw Food Saf Restaurant ), actress Roxy Shahidi, Yvonne Bishop–Weston ( Harley Street, TV Nutritionist, London ), Nutritionists Christine
Bailey and Julie Silver and a number of other leading lights from within the healthy living sector, including top chefs, nutritionists, speakers, entertainers, celebrities and experts, with many more to be confirmed.

The show sees over 150 stalls, all full of the latest vegetarian and vegan products, as well as two
cookery demo theatres, a Living Raw prep zone, 3 talks rooms, 2 cinemas, 2 workshops spaces, a kids- area and a large performance stage, ensuring visitors to the event are spoiled for choice, with many
of the stalls providing free samples and tasters as well as produce at vastly reduced costs.

"Change in normal diet needed"
Admission to the event is £10 each day (£6 concessions, £2 Kids under 14) and tickets are available on the gate or in advance. All tickets bought in advance are on a Buy One Get On free offer too, ensuring real value for visitors from across London and the South East. The event is sponsored by
Fry’s distribution, Yaoh and Out of Hand, with more sponsors to be confirmed.

VegfestUK have organised a number of successful veggie food events in both Brighton and Bristol over the last decade, event attracting up to 25,000 people at a time, with the 2013 Bristol event featuring The Happy Mondays, Peter Hook (New Order), The Farm, 808State, Caravan Palace, The Abyssinians, Macka B and a host of other top acts at what is officially the world’s biggest vegan event. For more information about VegestUK events see the website www.vegfest.co.uk


www.london.vegfest.co.uk

Event details
Who: Anyone interested in leading healthier, more sustainable, more ethical, more fulfilling lives
Dates : Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th October 2013
Tickets : £10 each day (£6 concessions, £2 Kids under 14)
Venue : Kensington Olympia, Exhibition Centre, London - W14 8UX

Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Diet Experts vote Vegan Diet Best for Diabetes

Healthy Eating & Nutrition News: Experts vote Vegan Diet Best for Diabetes:
Healthy Vegan Diet Cookbook

22 Experts including registered nutritionists , Doctors and health researchers have voted vegan diets as joint next best diet to tackle diabetes. The criteria was based partly on convenience so we are guessing as a vegan plant strong diet becomes more popular, and vegan plantarian foods become more easily available then we will soon move to number one ??

Nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston says "Not just logic and common sense but also the research is finally stacking up in favour of a Plantarian diet with a higher intake of whole, complete, natural plant foods, fruit and vegetables, with a low GL (Glycaemic load), naturally lower in saturated animal fat that can make dramatic changes to health."

Even Doctors are beginning to work out that changes in diet can be more powerful than drugs, with less side effects and less expensive. Sadly this has led to lobbyists and supporters of the pharmaceutical industry trying to gag nutritionists, ban super-foods, ban supplements, ban natural herbs and even stop experts on the internet from talking about natural plants that have often been used for thousands of years to treat health problems.

See Plantarian and One World Day.

Vegan Cookbook

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Size 0 Anorexic Chic Horror of London Fashion Week

Healthy Eating & Nutrition News: Size Zero 0 Anorexic Chic Horror of London Fashion Week:

Vegan Zombies at London Fashion Week give healthy vegan eating a bad name!

Goodness knows most people would benefit from a vegan diet and loosing a few pounds and reducing their risks of heart disease, diabetes, stroke. cancer.

But these Vegan Zombie freaks at London Fashion week are giving veganism and fashion a bad name.

Anorexics have long used veganism as an excuse to avoid nutritious food and waste their bodies away, back stage these girls rarely touch the fruit and celery on offer for fear of their malnourished bodies bloating before they get on the catwalk.

If they were interested in health they probably wouldn't then smoke, take cocaine, E, and the other dodgy pills that their fashion industry and model agency pimps hook them into.

Healthy Vegan Woody Harrelson kills Zombies in Zombieland
The irresponsible designers that condone this look may as well be pushing alcoholics swigging vodka or smack addict junkies smoking from a crack pipe up into the catwalk - it's just as irresponsible

"This irresponsible behaviour by the fashion industry is encouraging a new generation of girls with eating disorders" says Yvonne Bishop-Weston Nutritionist London

The Fashion Industry clearly needs Vegan muscle bound Zombie specialist Woody Harrelson to rid the Fashion Industry of these Zombies. London Fashion Week should never allow these deluded, exploited, obsessive and malnourished models back to walk the catwalk unless it's at a Psychologists and Nutritionists conference on chronic eating disorders.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Steve Wynn’s a vegan - Las Vegas Sun

Steve Wynn’s a vegan - The Kats Report - Las Vegas Sun: Steve Wynn, the Las Vegas Luxury Casino King has joined the ranks of other Billionaire / millionaire rich and powerful such as President Bill Clinton and Apple iphone's Steve Jobs

“The notion that you need animal food as protein is one of the great conspiracies of *#%*~#! by the government,” Wynn says, clinking a spoon hard against a china bowl steaming with steel-cut oatmeal. “Did we not all grow up saying we had to have four glasses of whole milk a day for healthy bones? It’s ridiculous. It’s liquid cholesterol.”

Steve Wynn sold Las Vegas hotels The Mirage, Treasure Island and Bellagio to MGM Grand Inc to move up market and build Wynn Las Vegas, Encore Las Vegas which he owns along with some of the world's most famous paintings.

All Steve Wynn's hotels must now provide healthy vegan options, even the 24 hour cafes.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Council tried to seize ‘veggie’ child

Council tried to seize ‘veggie’ child

TWONK of The Week award goes to Lewisham council for persecuting a family for NOT eating meat and dairy.

Lewisham clearly on target to follow Croydon's footsteps as the unhealthiest borough in London if it's full of health professionals that think that way.

Can these people not read? did they all qualify in the post war era when the obcession was to fatten up the kids?