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Announcing the Mastering Diabetes 2020 Online Summit!

[UltraVid id=320 ]Diabetes is a pandemic that claims the lives of millions of people every year, but the truth is that it’s preventable if you put the right lifestyle habits into play.

Your health matters, even though it may feel like the food and medical system are against you.

Learn the latest evidence-based research about how to prevent and reverse diabetes using your food as medicine

Register for free: https://www.masteringdiabetes.org/summit/?orid=87144&opid=6

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The vegan tech prince of Saudi

[UltraVid id=316 ]Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed bin Talal’s interests can effectively be split into two distinct areas. There’s KBW Investments, the Dubai-headquartered holding company that counts Raimondi Cranes and other construction-related entities in its portfolio. Arada, the developer that has been making headlines across the Gulf for its eye-catching projects in Sharjah, falls into this category.

But it’s the second portfolio, KBW Ventures that is gradually also coming more to the fore, thanks to a series of investments into companies that are gaining traction in a number of different sectors around the planet.

Each investment is in a company that KBW Ventures believes has the capacity to impact the planet positively in the future – including veganism – while Prince Khaled also says that bringing the very best that Silicon Valley has to offer to the Middle East is also a prime consideration.

“Right now, every company that I’ve worked with, we’ve set out plans for them to come into the region,” he says. “Why? Not because of how promising the region is, but I believe the region can benefit from amazing companies, amazing technology, amazing thinkers and driven entrepreneurs. Our economy and our people need new ideas and fresh blood.”

In this edition of Inside AB, Jeremy Lawrence and Lubna Hamdan look at the strategy behind Prince Khaled’s investments and analyse how ethical investments can also be profitable ones.

Website: http://arabianbusiness.com/

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What Is Vegan Leather Made Of?

[UltraVid id=306 ]What Is Vegan Leather Made Of?

Vegan leather has been quite popular with the rise of vegan fashion. But what is vegan leather? Is it eco-friendly? Is vegan leather durable? What is vegan leather made of? In this episode we will be discussing the various leather alternatives – some synthetic leather options.. some plant based leather alternatives such as pineapple leather (pinatex leather), cork leather, apple leather.. and some vegan brands that utilise these new vegan fabrics. Hope you enjoy it!

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The Mylo Driver Bag features the world’s first mushroom-based leather!

[UltraVid id=305 ]Designed to stay sustainable, natural, and to not cut corners on the experience of owning leather, the Driver Bag features a one-of-a-kind leather alternative… leather made from mushrooms! Made from the fibrous mycelium found in mushroom roots, Mylo looks and feels exactly like actual leather (it’s apparently difficult to tell the two apart), except without the environmental impact, and is a qualitative step up from faux-leather, given how it looks and behaves exactly like the real thing. In every sense, it’s the Impossible Burger equivalent of the Fashion Industry.

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Vegan Strongman BLASTS Joe Rogan After Being Insulted In Podcast

[UltraVid id=304 ]Baboumian was born on 1 July 1979 in Abadan, the son of Armenian parents. He emigrated to Germany with his mother and grandmother at the age of seven. By the age of nine, he had developed an interest in weight training, which led him to pursue bodybuilding.

In 1999, Baboumian won the IFBB German Junior Bodybuilding Championship, and in 2002 he became the Overall Junior Champion at the Gießen Campions-Cup. Baboumian held the world log lift record in the 105k category (165 kg), as well as the German heavyweight loglift record (180 kg) and the title of “Strongest Man of Germany” (105 kg division). Since 2006, he has been competing at IFSA Strongman events. In 2007, Baboumian competed at the FSA -105 kg World Championships and ended up in 14th place.

Baboumian lifted 162.5 kg in his second attempt in the German log lift nationals 2009. The next year, he set a new German heavyweight log lifting record with 180 kg. In 2011, Baboumian competed at the loglifting world championship and placed 4th with a new German overall record of 185 kg. On 21 May 2011, he lifted 190 kg in Finland, winning the local competition. He also won the title of “Germany’s Strongest Man” in 2011 by winning the open division at the German strongman nationals. On September 20, 2015, Baboumian beat his own record by completing the yoke walk with 560 kg in Germany

Baboumian has been a vegetarian since 2005 and became a vegan in 2011. In November 2011, he became the new face of a campaign by the animal rights organization PETA, advocating a vegan diet
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Baboumian, presented with the following measures:

Height: 1.71m
Bodyweight: 116 kg
Biceps: 50 cm
Bench: 215 kg
Squat: 370 kg
Deadlift: 360 kg

ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
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1999 int. German Champion Jun. Bodybuilding-IFBB
2009 German Team-Champion Strongman-GFSA
2009 German Champion log lift -GFSA
2009 Record log lift -105 kg (165 kg)
2010 German Champion log lift -GFSA
2010 German record in log lift +105 kg (180 kg)
2011 Germany’s Strongest Man
2011 German record in loglifting +105 kg (185 kg)
2011 German record in beer keg lifting (13 reps)
2012 Guiness record beer keg lifting (150,2 kg)
2012 Guiness record Front Hold 20 kg (1:26,14 Minutes)
2013 World record yoke-walk, 550,2 kg over 10 m in Toronto
2015 World record yoke-walk, 560 kg in 28 seconds

(Source: WikiPedia)
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LEARN ABOUT VEGANISM
★ Cowspiracy ➞ https://youtu.be/nV04zyfLyN4
★ NutritionFacts.Org ➞ https://goo.gl/BdNbiU
★ Veganuary ➞ http://www.veganuary.com/

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Going Vegan And Getting Sober Saved His Life | Learned Lesson, The Hard Way!!!

[UltraVid id=303 ]Former alcoholic David weighed 320lbs and was pre-diabetic when he decided to go vegan, stop drinking and start running. Now at 160lbs, he has completed over 30 ultra-marathons.

All across the United States, people are transforming their lives with a plant-based diet. They are beating heart disease, type 2 diabetes, depression, obesity and cancer, and they want you to know that trying a vegan diet could change – or save – your life, too: https://www.milliondollarvegan.com/make-america-healthy-again/

As well as containing refined oils and added sugars, the Standard American diet is typically heavy in meat, eggs and dairy, and is low in fruits, vegetables and whole grains. As a result, we are seeing a growing crisis of chronic disease, including some of the world’s biggest killers. Check out the testimony of a growing number of plant-based doctors who are promoting the healthcare benefits of a whole food plant-based diet: https://www.milliondollarvegan.com/get-healthy/

The Animal Hero Kids are asking President Trump to go vegan for January. These amazing American kids want to tell the world why being vegan is the kindest, coolest, healthiest way to live: https://www.milliondollarvegan.com/the-kids/

The United States is the world’s most patriotic country, known globally for our national pride and devotion to our country, and our veterans are the most patriotic of all. They have risked everything to defend America. Watch these veterans’ stories…: https://www.milliondollarvegan.com/the-veterans/

Join our vegan pledge to receive 31 inspirational daily newsletters and get access to our exclusive Vegan Starter Kit, delicious plant-based recipes and our comprehensive Health & Nutrition Guide. All this is FREE at: https://www.milliondollarvegan.com/go-vegan/

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Hotel/Traveling Raw Vegan Fruitarian – Fast Food with The Raw Outlaw (San Diego Fruit Fest 2019)

[UltraVid id=297 ]I now offer 1-on-1 personalized coaching for raw, vegan, and fruit-based lifestyles: http://www.texasfruitarian.com/coach

My name is Rebecca, and I have been vegan for the animals since 2009, but still continued to get very sick. I began my raw vegan fruitarian journey on October 12, 2014 to battle “incurable” debilitating Multiple Sclerosis, in addition to Hashimoto’s Hypothyroidism, Hypoglycemia (pre-diabetes), High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, Alcoholism, Benzo Withdrawal/Damage (as prescribed), Caffeine Addiction, Panic Attacks, Anxiety, Depression, Acid Reflux, Obesity, Pansinusitis, Sleep Apnea, and Narcolepsy. I initially lost 80 pounds, quit all medications, regained function of my body and mind, and found new purpose in sharing this healing message with anyone it may help.

STORE: https://www.texasfruitarian.com/fruitarian-store
BLOG: https://www.texasfruitarian.com/blog
WEBSITE: https://www.texasfruitarian.com

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My Vegan Medical Doctor: Dr. Linda Carney (Buda, Texas)
My Vegan Dentist: Dr. M. Sylvester Gonzales (Round Rock, Texas)
My Plant-Based ENT: Dr. Oscar A. Tamez (Round Rock, Texas)

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How Vegans Can Create Healthy Relationships and Communicate Effectively | By Melanie Joy

[UltraVid id=218 ]Many vegans find that it`s difficult or impossible to feel connected with the non-vegans in their lives and to communicate about veganism in a way that doesn`t cause cause conflict. Often, too, vegans have trouble relating and communicating with each other when they disagree with each other`s ideas. In this new presentation, psychologist Dr. Melanie Joy explains the principles and tools for creating healthy, connected relationships, and she gives tips on how to talk about even the most challenging issues productively.

## About Melanie Joy ##

Dr. Melanie Joy is a psychologist, international speaker, organizational consultant, trainer, and the author of “Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows”, “Strategic Action for Animals”, and the forthcoming book “Beyond Beliefs: A Guide for Vegans, Vegetarians, and Meat Eaters in Relationships.”. Dr. Joy specializes in strategic vegan advocacy, effective communication, organizational dynamics and leadership, the psychology of social transformation, and activist sustainability. Dr. Joy is the eighth recipient of the Ahimsa Award – previously given to the Dalai Lama and Nelson Mandela – for her work on global nonviolence, as well as the Empty Cages Prize – previously given to Tom Regan – for her contribution to furthering the cause of animal rights. She is also the founder and president of Beyond Carnism and the co founder and co director of the Center for Effective Vegan Advocacy.