Study: Eat Legumes, Live Longer

Eating legumes has benefits, you live longer! This, according to a study from the National Ageing Research Institute in Melbourne, Australia that followed a cross-cultural section of the elderly (over 70) to reveal the longevity benefits of eating beans, lentils, tofu, soy, peas, miso, and nuts.

PubMed, National Library of Medicine: “Legumes: the most important dietary predictor of survival in older people of different ethnicities.”

“Nutrition plays an important role in the maintenance and improvement of human life expectancy. … There is a 7% – 8% reduction in mortality hazard ratio for every 20g increase in daily legume intake. Conclusions: This longitudinal study shows that a higher legume intake is the most protective dietary predictor of survival amongst the elderly, regardless of their ethnicity.”

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How Does The Hallelujah Diet Fit In?

Posted on December 26th, 2007 in diet,lifestyle,raw diet by Vegan Raw Diet Advocate 1 Comment »

I often get questions about whether I recommend the Hallelujah Diet (also known as the Adam and Eve Diet) since it appears to be related closely to the raw vegan diet.

First, let’s define the Hallelujah Diet. Here’s what the official Hallelujah Acres website at HAcres.com says about the diet:

Breastfed Babies Don’t Need To Be Tricked

Posted on December 19th, 2007 in children,diet,eating,raw diet,research by Vegan Raw Diet Advocate Comments Off on Breastfed Babies Don’t Need To Be Tricked

According to new research, breastfed babies typically won’t have to be deceived into eating fruits and veggies like recent popular cookbooks encourage. Instead, if their mom regularly eats fruits and vegetables, the baby will acquire a taste for healthy foods.

Warming Foods For the Winter

Posted on December 18th, 2007 in food,holidays,organic,raw,raw diet by Vegan Raw Diet Advocate Comments Off on Warming Foods For the Winter

During the winter months, some on a raw diet look for warming foods. Normally after some time on the raw food diet, the want for physically heated foods diminishes for most.

For those looking to ‘warm’ up in the colder months, here’s a list of warming foods from raw food coach Karen Knowler: