Plant Protein or Animal Protein: Quality & Balance
Many people wonder and debate about how best to get protein in their diet. Some often say that meat is the only way to fully get the protein you need, but others rely more on plants to give them protein. Is one really better than the other? What should we be eating to get our protein?
The Definition of Health & Wellness from Women of Color
Though health and wellness is an integral part of all human lives, regardless of one’s gender, race, or sex, there are certain disparities in health and wellness that make perspectives on health unique to one’s identity. Not everyone has had the same experience with healthcare, available nutrition, and exercise. Not everyone has been told the same things about body image, mental health, and stress management.
The Marriage of “Health” and “Wellness”
Health and wellness are bound together because you can’t have goals without ways of meeting those goals. Health may be what we want but we’d have no chance of getting there if we didn’t focus on personal wellness. Wellness is a ceaseless battle. We have to get up everyday and think about our mind, body, and spirit and we have to try and understand each other’s. Focusing on wellness is the only way to truly have a chance of actualizing our vision of health.
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Plant-Based Protein: Truths, Myths, and Best Sources
In a New York Times Op-Ed, Dr. Dean Ornish talks about the myth of high protein diets. He references a study which found a 75 percent increase in deaths from cancer and Type 2 diabetes, among ‘heavy consumers’ of animal protein
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