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WHAT I EAT FOR BREAKFAST | Dr. Esselstyn & Other Plant-Based Docs

Dr. Shireen Kassam, MBBS, FRCPATH, PhD :
“There’s a breakfast I think … there’s got to be one best breakfast which has to be oats, whether it’s hot cooked oats or whether it’s overnight cold soaked oats and steel-cut whole oats, which then eaten with some sort of fruit like berries and has some additions like flax seeds or hemp so I think you can’t go wrong if you eat oats berries and some sort of seed for breakfast.”

Dr. Cyrus Khambatta, PhD in Nutritional Biochemistry, Co-Founder of Mastering Diabetes :
“My favourite plant-based meal of all time, is an a large acai bowl. So, in that bowl what I usually do is take a acai packet frozen acai packet and I blend it with something like bananas … then it turns into this sort of soft-serve thick ice cream consistency and then on top of that I will add a bunch of fruit all that Mangos all that Papayas a lot bananas all that dates on top of that and it tastes great it’s nice and cold it’s super refreshing and it’s very satisfying.”

Dr.Mahesh Shah, General Practitioner
“Only there’s great lots of fiber, lots of minerals and vitamins, but I sprinkled flax seeds on it which are great for your Omega 3, chia seeds … Again, great for Omega 3, hemp seeds great for protein and omega-3 as well and some sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds. And then I like to put a little bit of date sugar on top as well, just to give it that slight sweet taste and maybe a bit of cinnamon as well.”

Dr Pamela Popper, PhD, President of
Wellness Forum Health:
“My favorite breakfast, but it’s not only my favourite breakfast it’s what I eat like a 363 days out of 365 I make a smoothie that we have the ingredients here it has almond milk and vegetable powers and banana and frozen fruit and ground flaxseeds and food grade green tea tbsp of overseas and then I have with that it’s a nice great big 20 ounces 14 grams of fiber kind of thing and then I have two pieces of Ezekiel bread toast with fat-free hummus and it’s a lot of calories but it gets me through the morning exercise and keeps my blood glucose levels for you know even for a real long time so that’s my favorite breakfast.

Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Author of
Prevent & Reverse Heart Disease:
“For breakfast, I almost always will have old-fashioned Quaker Oats with raspberries, blueberries, strawberries and blackberries some raisins a banana and then some oat milk I felt like that really holds me

Dr. Joel Kahn, MD – Cardiologist
“The data has been reasonably strong that breakfast isn’t a meal you should skip. So, one line permits, it’s gonna be a big bowl of oatmeal, it’s gonna be some fresh blueberries, maybe frozen, it’s gonna be walnuts, it’s gonna be the spices I love.
I’m gonna put cinnamon and go put nutmeg, I’m gonna put all spice. I’m gonna put ground cloves, maybe some cacao nibs and it’s gonna be thick and just wonderful.”

Dr Dean Sherzai, MD,
Former Health Minister:
“And you know, everybody says steel cut oats and and berries so yeah definitely that’s a major car but we have vegan pancakes and you know we have vegan cheese with bread and we have we love having potatoes with all kind of garnishing on it for breakfast the choices are so many and we have two kids a 13 year old and an 11 year old and out our our game is that every day we would have something different ”

Dr. Ayesha Sherzai, MD, Physician:
“My favorite breakfast recipe is tofu scramble. We eat a lot of tofu which is an excellent plant-based protein and the way I make it is, you know I make it very spicy. I lived in India, I have, I have this .. this love for spices and we cook it with onions and garlic and turmeric and paprika and coriander and cumin. We eat it as is, with some baked potatoes sometimes or we roll it up in a whole-wheat tortilla as a tofu scramble burrito and I think. that’s my favorite breakfast.”

Dr Robert Ostfeld, MD, Cardiologist:
“So, my breakfast usually is one of two things. Not now, the overarching theme is, I want it to be quick and easy. So I’ll have the giant ball of oatmeal sometimes I’ll have two .. or a smoothie and the smoothie I’ll toss in like a ton ton of greens a ton of frozen fruit and I’ll just I’ll literally drink an entire Vitamix full

Dr Michelle McMacken, MD, Assistent Professor of Medicin, NYU
“What I eat many many many days of my life is overnight oats. and the way I make overnight oats is I take old-fashioned rolled oats I add either almond milk or soy milk that’s unsweetened I like to add frozen berries and it’s delicious it’s filling it’s filled with fiber it’s filled with antioxidants and Phytonutrients and it keeps me going all morning while I’m seeing patients

Dr. Barry Gritz, MD, American Board Of Psychiatry and Neurology
“I have found a place around town that actually has amazing vegan burritos, I mean beautiful scrambled tofu with an ancho chili dip that might be something I might have for breakfast.”

Dr. Celeste Palmer, MD, FAAP, Pediatrician:
“it is green season, so in the garden we have collard greens kale arugula and so I use those in the smoothie with lemon apple pears, some dates, regular water or coconut water and that’s what I drink on my way into work.”

Dr Roxanne Georg, MD, FAAP,
“My favorite, by far is probably like ..you know .. plant-based cliche but, avocado toast with some tomatoes and salt and pepper and nutritional yeast. I put a little bit of like help seasoning on there, so I get a little bit of my iodine dose for, you know, the week.”

Dr Brooke Goldner, MD,
Board Certified Physician :
“So I have my husband and two sons and we all drink green smoothies for breakfast right now. I mean, for the past, I’d say a year two at least, we’ve had the favorite one of the family, which is Green’s from Costco, so it’s just a mix of greens kale spinach all that stuff, flax or chia seeds, depending what was on sale. And then, mango pineapple and really ripe bananas and water and we blend those up and we all just chug them down.”

Dr. Martica Heaner, PhD,
Exercise Physiologist:
“Sometimes, when I’m feeling .. you know, a little bit more .. wavering towards a junk food breakfast, I’ll make some grits. I am from the south and so I’ll take some grits which is, you know, made from corn and I will add some nutritional yeast and some jalapenos and salt and pepper and it’s delicious. The nutritional yeast gives it a little bit of a cheesy flavor and of course the jalapeno spices it up and then a lot of times, obviously, it leftover so I might have some .. you know, veggies or pasta or something. So that’s what I eat for breakfast .”

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What I Wear For Vegan Shoes – Casual & Sports

How difficult is to find fully vegan – cruelty free – shoes? Ryan shows all the vegan shoes he wears for casual everyday use as well as for sports!
Also looks like vegan shoes are made to last for a very long time, compared to animal used products

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Vegan shoes Brands you might love to look into:

– Sanük  for Men & Women
– Vans     for Men & Women
– Altra    for Men & Women
– Nike    for Men & Women

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MY FAVORITE CRUELTY-FREE VEGAN SHOES

Going cruelty-free with Shoes and clothes, is really a great way to bring change in this world. Changing that kind of habit endorses the fact that t society as a whole, needs sustainable mindsets. Since the tendency of people who do so is growing, this automatically makes this market more and more affordable for everyone.  And of course, as a bonus, it helps to reduce animal cruelty.


Here some Vegan Shoes Brands you definitely

want to look into and have in your shoe collection:

Altra – Escalante for Men  and Women

Native-AP Mercury Liteknit

Bourgeois Boheme

 


 

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8 Puerto Rican Vegan Meals

Hispanic vegan meals or as non- Hispanics like to say Spanish vegan dishes. We had all Puerto Rican meals this week. Here is a list of what we ate.
Sopa De Guandules y Bolitas De Platano (Pigeon Pea Soup and Plantain Balls https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSXYUQSBdb8
Arroz con Habichuelas y Calabaza (Rice with Beans and Pumpkin)
Arroz Con Maiz (Rice with Corn) https://youtu.be/gSwIL8gTSTo
Arroz con Vegetales (Rice with Vegetables) https://youtu.be/gSwIL8gTSTo
Tofu Guisado (Tofu Stew) https://youtu.be/35ib5BHvdkI
Arroz con Guandules (Rice with Pigeon Peas) https://youtu.be/gSwIL8gTSTo
Ensalada de papas (Potato Salad) https://youtu.be/e0l8nWcTiNE
Tostones (Twice fried green plantain)
Maduros (Fried Ripe Plantain)
Aguacate (Avocado)

Positive vibrations. I’m grateful you’ve been led to this channel. I hope something I’ve said hasn’t just inspired you, but has moved you into action

 

 

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2019 Vegan Guide | Heard This? | 3 Simple Ways to Go Vegan Now!

Peace and infinit waters diving deep once again. beautiful deep divers we are out here in the heart of nature baby just woof breathing in that good ass Prada baby. it’s a sunny day and I’ve got a mango smile 7 day vegan challenge shout out to everybody who’s going vegan in 2019. To all of those of you, to all of those of you who are making that giant leap to go vegan, I’m proud of you and a lot of people always ask me what’s the three best ways to go vegan. I’ve been a vegan for over 14 years now. I’m not special, anybody can do this. Anybody can eat better and live better and feel better. Deep divers, did you know that over 150 billion animals are killed every single year ?Think of that while I tell you the three best ways to go vegan. The first way is what I call meatless Mondays and dairy-free Monday’s. Forget about doing it the whole week just focus on the meatless Monday say this Monday no more meat okay?
I know it’s gonna be hard because your mom’s steak is pretty good right? I know but it’s meatless Monday and it’s dairy-free Monday and what you’re gonna do is you’re gonna eat mock meat, you can eat seitan tempeh porn.
I love milk Ralph what are you gonna drink? Almond milk on that Monday, then also have more fruit and more veg and then as weeks past, you’re gonna do that on Tuesday, then on Wednesday, then on Thursday, then on Friday, then on Saturday, then on Sunday! Before you know it, you’ve done that for a whole week and then you continue doing that. The second best way to go vegan. How to transition to the plant-based diet is to research, read books like the China study by dr. Campbell which shows the benefits of the plant-based diet. But where am I gonna get my protein Ralph? Chia seeds a complete source of protein III live, has more protein than beef. So does spirulina. So there are plenty of plant-based sources of protein but also find out why you want to go vegan. I’m doing it because I sincerely love animals, not just the dog down the road or the cat down the road. I love all animals and we have to protect animals, what is the third simple step to go vegan. Surround yourself with other vegans, people who love food, plant-based foods. Get out there, start networking, go to vegan festivals, start to realize that being vegan gives you more energy. People are happier, less anxiety, I’m one of those people and then deep divers, well you just say feels so good to be a live baby. Can I get a hello beautiful deep divers? Would just yeah breathing in that good ass piranha baby, to all of you who are going vegan in 2019, congratulations and shout out to everybody who’s been getting the amazing good ass prana shirts at Ralph’s smart comm slash clothes check out the new deep divers on Amazon feel alive by Ralph smart, get more daily inspiration on Instagram at infinite waters deep divers go vegan have a beautiful day infinite waters diving deep once again stay well stay healthy, peace you, go vegan, even the cat down, even the cat down the road says that. Go vegan, live better, eat better, feel better, let’s get it deep divers.

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Could This Be THE END OF MEAT? | Vegan News | LIVEKINDLY

Vegan documentary “The End of Meat” is now available globally, and can be streamed on many platforms. Steve Harvey has gone vegan for health, and hosted Beyonce’s plant-based trainer Marco Borges on his show.

Ways to watch: http://www.theendofmeat.com/en/watch.html

The Saturday Night Live cast performed a skit on Weekend Update that will make you cringe at meat forever. Billie Eilish was a guest on “Hot Ones,” and chose to eat vegan nuggets while answering questions about her life and career.

The London Underground has banned an ad with meat and eggs, stating that it does not comply with its ad health standards. Find out which actor is sending clean water to Flint Michigan.

#TheEndofMeat #SteveHarveyVegan #BillieEilishVegan