By Guest Contributor: Ingrid Vercruyssen
Nowadays, it’s impossible to go anywhere without noticing the words “Ethical” and “Company Xyz” in the same sentence.
As a consumer, we have a basic understanding of “Ethical”. We know that buying such a product is supposed to alleviate some of our guilt, by doing a little bit of good, but what does it actually mean? First, let’s look at the definition: Continue reading “Ethical Fashion – What Does It Mean Anyway?”
By Guest Contributor: Donald Ardell
I have a few questions for your consideration. After posing these questions, I’ll outline what the evidence suggests about each question. I’ll follow that with a discussion of what it all means for those who want to enjoy quality lifestyles guided by reason, exuberance, athleticism and liberty.
Here are the questions:
By Guest Contributor: Faviano Torres
The components of a vegetarian diet primarily consist of plant-based foods, whole grain, legumes, seeds and nuts. It emphasizes a non-meat food source diet. A vegetarian diet is generally a low fat, low cholesterol diet, and typically includes more fiber.
There are four types of vegetarian groups, Vegans, who eat only plant-based foods. They do not eat food that come from animals; meat, poultry, fish, eggs, cheeses and milk. Lacto-vegetarians consume milk and other milk products with plant-based foods only, no meat, eggs, poultry and fish either. Lacto-ovo vegetarians do not eat red meat, fish and poultry, and Continue reading “The Components of a Vegetarian Diet – 3 Key Protein Sources and Their Benefits Revealed”