Many people around the world are slowly moving away from a daily meat-based diet. More and more people are becoming vegetarians. A vegetarian does not eat meat, poultry, fish or their by-products. A vegan is a vegetarian who does not eat eggs or dairy products. The primary reasons for the move towards vegetarian food diet include: health, animal welfare, environmental concerns, religion and ethical concerns. Statistics show that by taking vegetarian food diet, one could save the lives of 5 cows, 20 pigs, 30 sheep, 760 chickens, 46 turkeys, 15 ducks, 7 rabbits, 2 geese and half a ton of fish. This fuels the drive of animal welfare activists. Plant food has a high amount of complex carbohydrates and fiber. Vegetarian food diet rich in complex carbohydrates and fiber and low in fat, is the best diet for people struggling with obesity, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease. Eating healthy vegetarian food diet rich in vitamins, minerals, essential fats, antioxidants, and other nutrients ensures the healthy functioning of our bodies. Taking vegetarian food diet is a healthy choice, but before becoming totally vegetarian, it is important to be aware of the nutritional values of various foods to ensure a balanced diet.
Natural Organic Plant Food:
Natural organic plant food is healthy and tasty, full of natural goodness. Organic food is grown in organic farms. Organic farms don’t use the harmful pesticides and chemicals generally used to ward off pests. So chemical residues are rarely found. Organic nutrition food is not restricted to vegetarians. Non-vegetarians can buy organic meat like organic chicken and organic beef. Nowadays, even organic baby food and organic wine is available.
Natural organic plant food does not contain artificial food additives and preservatives like hydrogenated fats, phosphoric acid, aspartame and monosodium glutamate. These additives have been linked to diverse health problems like heart disease, osteoporosis, migraine and hyperactivity. Research shows a decline in the trace mineral content of fruits and vegetables grown in the conventional method. Plants extract nutrients like minerals from the soil. Artificial fertilizers cannot replace these essential nutrients.
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Research shows that natural organic plant food is indeed healthier than conventional food, having a higher amount of minerals, vitamins, and phytonutrients (plant compounds that fight cancer). The higher water content in conventional foods dilutes its nutrient contents. This is not the case with organic food. Plant phenolics (flavanoids) protect the plant against insects, bacterial and fungal infection and photo-oxidation. Research shows that these flavanoids are also effective in preventing cancer, heart disease, and also fights age-related neurological dysfunctions.
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Baguette French Toast with Bacon, Caremelised Apples and Apple Syrup - Icoco Cafe & Food Store
Image by avlxyz Baguette French Toast with Bacon, Caremelised Apples and Apple Syrup - Icoco Cafe & Food Store AUD12.50 First impressions was fantastic! There was enough here for both of us. The caramelised apples were almost dried and gave it a really good chewy texture and the tart, supposedly apple, syrup was a nice foil for the smoky bacon. If I were picky, I'd say that the French Toast was a bit of a cheat. I prefer the egg mixture to totally saturate the bread so that it is like a fluffy omelette. I suspect that they put a bit of egg mixture in a hot pan and slapped the baguette on it. Still good though. --- A lazy Saturday morning breakfast at Icoco Cafe and a walk to the Kerferd Road Pier. Icoco Cafe & Food Store 143 Victoria Avenue, Albert Park, VIC 3206 03 9690 7638 Reviews: - Icoco Cafe by Matt Preston, The Age, 28 June 2005 - Icoco Cafe - Mietta's Photos: - Baguette French Toast with Bacon, Caremelised Apples and Apple Syrup - Toasted Cheese and Tomato Croissant - Decor - Breakfast Menu - Lunch Menu - Kerferd Road Pier Panorama Update 2010.11.15: Used on Say Cheese! New Dieting App Counts Calories From a Photo - by David Zax, Fast Company, Fri Nov 12, 2010
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