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Friday, 28 September 2012

Friday, September 28, 2012
Thinking about adopting a purely plant-based diet?

We get it -- after all, it's been linked with decreased stress and increased happiness.

And who can forget that former president Bill Clinton adopted a meat-free eating plan to improve his heart health? (He underwent quadruple bypass and stent surgeries in 2004 and 2010, USA Today noted.)

But whether you're doing it for health reasons or ethics (after all, a vegan diet means you aren't eating any animal products -- even fish, dairy and eggs), there are some mistakes a newcomer to the diet might easily make.
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Douglas LaBier: 4 Surprising Ways To Improve Your Relationship
Paul Simon's song "50 Ways To Leave Your Lover" may come to mind here, but I'm referring to a different kind of "leaving": Departing from how couples typically relate to each other in day-to-day life -- struggling over power and control while also longing for greater mutuality and equality.
Gretchen Rubin: 5 Tips I Used This Morning To Feel Calmer
I'm very happy to be back home, and to make sure that I keep this happy feeling, instead of allowing myself to become short-tempered (highly likely), I ran through some of my easier tips for staying cool.
Nancy Colier: The Good News About Your Search For Happiness
Permanent happiness is the goal of our life -- a goal that we can never reach, at least not in the way we imagine. What we can reach, however, is a state of well-being, a deep sense of lasting contentment that can include and survive both happiness and unhappiness!
Amy M. FitzPatrick, MS, L.Ac.: You Live In Your Body -- And Not Your Doctor
The human body is the most precise instrument on our planet. It puts a Formula 1 Ferrari to shame. Use your health care providers like a pit stop crew, but remember you are the driver. You win the trophy at the end of the race, not the crew.

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