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Green Monday for a Great Week!

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All Green Monday recipes are meatless and vegan...
Tasty, healthy, versatile, they will help you feel good and pleased with yourself.



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Make Every Day Your Green Monday

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During the annual AMA conference held in Chicago it was announced that based on scientific study, all hospitals and medical institutions should not only start to offer plant based foods in every facility but should also remove all meat, dairy and eggs from their menus. The conference is held every year by the American Medical association and is attended by world leading physicians who are responsible for developing our understanding of human health. Neal Barnard, M.D. (president of the Physicians Committee For Responsible Medicine) quoting from the conference said: “Plant based foods should be offered to every patient in the hospital. Bacon, sausage , eggs, ham and other processed meats should be removed.”

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Animal rights activists and former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson has urged an Australian prison boss to serve vegan meals in a bid to reduce violence in correctional facilities. Anderson wrote to New South Wales Corrective Services Commissioner Peter Severin with her request. Writing in her capacity as Honorary Director of animal rights charity PETA, Anderson said: "I read about your plan to rehabilitate female inmates through mindfulness exercises and yoga and wanted to make a suggestion that could further help embrace nonviolence, switching to nutritious vegan meals in your correctional facilities."Not only would providing vegan food honor one of the driving principles of yoga - ahimsa (doing no harm) - by sparing animals lives, it could also help improve the health of the women in your facilities while decreasing long-term healthcare costs."

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A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Ghent found that the United Kingdom would save £5.21 billion ($7.35 billion) in economic costs during the next 20 years if 10 percent of the population adopted a plant-based diet. Researchers studied the health benefits attributed to plant-based diets across a number of scientific studies and found that if 10 percent of the UK population incorporated soy-based foods into their daily diets, the economic savings would amount to £7.54 billion ($10.63 billion). “Our research demonstrates that increasing plant-based eating is cost-effective, reduces economic costs, such as hospital admissions and doctors' bills, as well as increasing the number of healthy years people live, and enabling them to continue having an active life," lead study author Lieven Annemans said. "Our study has the potential to contribute to the way healthy eating is promoted.”

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