Monday, May 31, 2021

TOP 5 Reasons More Women Are Using Green Smoothies To Lose Weight, Boost Energy, And Look Years Younger

97% of WOMEN that do this to lose weight faster and live longer

3 LBS IN 3 DAYS: You won’t BELIEVE what she looks like NOW!

Hello Ladies -  I hope you’re having an amazing day! I wanted to share this quick story with you.

I was recently having lunch with my friend Rachel. You would never know it looking at her now, but a few months ago Rachel used to be more than 40 lbs overweight. 

Back then, losing weight seemed like it wasn’t possible, especially when she has 2 kids, a husband, a job, errands to run…She felt like she didn’t even have time for herself. 

She had decided to just settle on the body she had, continuing to cover it up with baggy clothes and never being as confident as she really wanted to be. 

Rachel had pretty much given up on EVER getting the body she wanted…

That’s when I introduced her to green smoothies and how perfect they are for busy women who feel like they don’t have time to lose weight. 

In fact, my good friend Drew who happens to be a Board Certified Health Coach and the one who got me hooked on green smoothies, recently wrote this great article about rapid weight loss just for busy women:

See how busy women are losing 3-8 lbs in 1 week 

Turns out smoothies are the perfect weight loss secret weapon…especially for WOMEN!

No wonder why celebrities like The Housewives and The Kardashians swear by these “magical” green drinks to keep them slim all-year-round.  

So fast forward to today, and Rachel is literally glowing. 

She has dropped 34 pounds over the past 2 months and is bubbling with energy. 

She even told me that she doesn’t wear as much makeup anymore because her skin is so much better now than it used to be. Not to mention she now fits into all those clothes she always wanted to wear!

And you know what? 

Transformations like this are happening EVERY DAY to women just like you!

So that’s all for today. I love inspirational stories like Rachel’s and just wanted to share it with you. 

Here is the link to Drew’s article again that explains exactly why smoothies work so well AND so fast for weight loss, especially for busy women like you:

➜See how busy women are losing 3-8 lbs in 1 week 

To Your Health, 


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What the Health is a 2017 documentary film that critiques the health impact of meat, fish, eggs, and dairy products consumption, and questions the practices of leading health and pharmaceutical organizations. Its primary purpose is to advocate for a plant-based diet. This movie talks about Heart diseases, Diabetes, and other chronic diseases and their relation to the food we eat. follow on Instagram Our facebook page: Know Public Health Details Directed by: Kip Andersen, Keegan Kuhn Produced by: Joaquin Phoenix, Kip Andersen, Keegan Kuhn Written by: Kip Andersen, Keegan Kuhn Music by: Kip Andersen, Keegan Kuhn, Fernando Arce Cinematography: Keegan Kuhn Edited by: Kip Andersen, Keegan Kuhn, Ali Tabrizi (assistant) Distributed by: A.U.M. Films & Media Release date : March 7, 2017 (New York) Running time: 92 minutes Country: United States Language: English Know Public Health has no rights of this documentary, we just have shared the video for public health interest. All rights go to, Producers and Directors and the media house for this movie. You can watch this movie on Netflix ( Our (Know Public Health) vision is to make available of Public Health Awareness and knowledge/study materials to the general public from all over so that you can easily get access to the contents. You can visit our website ( ) Feel free to comment and ask for any materials you need access to

Sunday, May 23, 2021

Switching To Plant-Based Eating Is Not As Hard As You Think

A healthy plant-based diet is not really all that different from a healthy omnivorous diet. If you are thinking about transitioning to a plant-based diet or wanting to incorporate more plant-based food into your nutrition, it's much easier than you may think.

A healthy diet, whether you eat only plants or combine plants with meat, consists of a healthy emphasis on fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, whole grains, beans and legumes. Even those who call themselves vegetarians or vegans can eat unhealthy by not choosing the best plants to eat. For example, pizza and ice cream (for those who eat dairy) are vegetarian foods, but they are not healthy choices. Structuring your nutrition properly is important, and the basis of that should be around whole natural foods.

The largest difference between an omnivorous diet (one that contains meat) and a plant-based diet is where your protein is coming from. Other than that, 80% of the diet is going to be the same (because that's what everyone should be focusing on). Many people eat meat 2-3 times per day. The best place to start is to limit your meat consumption to 2-3 times per week.

The biggest myth in eating a plant-based diet is that you do not get enough protein since you are not eating meat. There are plenty of ways to get great protein sources from plant-based foods. The one food that has the most protein you will find is tempeh (soy protein). One cup of tempeh has as much as 41 grams of protein, more than you will typically find in a steak. One cup of lentils has as much as 18 grams of protein, kidney beans have as much as 13 grams. Chick peas are another one, which have up to 12 grams in one cup. Nuts are also a great choice. A quarter cup of almonds have up to 8 grams of protein; a quarter cup of sunflower seeds has 6 grams of protein. You may be surprised to learn that even broccoli has protein in it! One cup of cooked broccoli has four grams of protein.

Protein is in almost anything that is a whole natural food. Many people only count animal protein in their protein grams, but you can actually get more protein from a plant-based diet than you can with a meat-based diet. Supplements are also available in powder form where you can add your protein to something like a smoothie. Some great ones to start off trying are brown rice protein and hemp protein.

Challenge yourself to begin this process of switching to a plant-based diet by watching where your food is coming from over the next week. 80% of your diet should come from natural sources (not processed foods). As Michael Pollan made popular in his book, "Food Rules," if it's made in a plant don't eat it, but if it is a plant you should eat it.

Joe & Zuzana are the hosts of the postcast Active Vegetarian. Go here now to listen to an audio with more information on basic nutrition and how to create a plant based eating lifestyle.

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