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Vegetarians created The UFC, MMA, BJJ, Ultimate FIghting Fighters Diet & lived to nearly 100 years old – No Lowcarb Atkins Meat Paleo unfit for humans – 6

Vegetarians created The UFC, MMA, BJJ, Ultimate FIghting Fighters Diet & lived to nearly 100 years old – No Lowcarb Atkins Meat Paleo unfit for humans – 6
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The UFC was created by Rorion Gracie of the Gracie Family, a vegetarian.

In fact, a vegetarian created the entire Octagon, the idea of fighting in an 8-sided cage, and MMA as we know it in the UFC today were all created by a Vegetarian, the ultimate fighter.

This is why vegetarians are dominating the UFC. In fact, a pesca vegetarian, Royce Gracie, won the very 1st UFC. And he won the 2nd one too. Vegetarian diets have proven superior for athletes, including ones where you need to be the toughest, strongest, muscular contender with incredible cardio and endurance that won’t quit. Plant diets do this.

Witness the fact that endurance athletes don’t go out and eat a 5 pound steak before running an ironman triathlon or a marathon. You’d feel sleepy, feel weighed down, lose the race, and after a pitiful distance of running, you’d throw it up. On the other hand, what do elite athletes do before a race? Eat carbs! And an apple or fruit. And they are fit, thin, and strong. This confirms plant diets yield fantastic stamina, endurance, muscle firing strength, and energy. Lowcarb high meat high fat diets are now considered a debunked fad myth. It turns out in actual studies Meat is the worst diet for athletes. But many people who are not so educated in science don’t know this and laughingly still believe the lowcarb fad diets, or even worse, the paleo diet, which has been found to be a scam. (Many believe that the Paleo Diet told to them in the books is what caveman actually ate, it’s not true. For example, Cavemen drank untreated water. Like from a stagnant pond, or drank out of a mud puddle outside, or from a stream that may have bacteria in it. The Paleo Diet books don’t tell you this. What this means, is that The Paleo Diet in the books is NOT the same thing as what Cavemen actually ate. Yet you’ll see many under-educated people raving and insisting that The Paleo Diet is ‘the best because it’s what all our ancestors ate’. No it’s not. The funniest example is when you ask a Paleo Dieter or Crossfit ballerina what they eat and they say steak because it’s paleo, and then they find out Beef isn’t Paleo. Beef cattle were genetically bred. And only arose 2,800 years ago. So Beef isn’t paleo. Sorry, but if you are paleo, you can’t eat steak. Beef isn’t paleo. Cavemen didn’t have it and didn’t eat it. So if you thought beef and steak were ‘paleo’ and you’ve been eating it, guess what, if you thought you were paleo, this entire time you’re not. This is yet another example of how the paleo diet books and paleo fad is non-scientific, and was found to be a scam. Most paleo dieters are simply easily duped by what’s called ‘pseudo-science’. It’s when a diet scammer concocts a bunch of ‘scientific-looking’ things, articles, etc which appear to be all scientific but they are all containing flaws. But since those on the Paleo Diet are often not as smart, they don’t know it. In fact, the opposite is true and they’ll rave and insist that they are the ones who have the ‘real’ science. Until you start pointing out that beef isn’t paleo and they’ve been eating it, which stuns them, and now they can’t drink treated water out of the tap in their own house nor bottled water, cavemen didn’t do that, they need to drink untreated bacterial water from a watering hole that just had animals pooping in it, that’s what Grok did. And there were no refrigerators 20,000 years ago in Africa, so guess what, you can’t put your meat in the refrigerator, you have to let it sit outside. And a paleo diet probably contains maggots, so anyone saying they are paleo will need to eat some maggots. You can’t brush your teeth, cavemen didn’t have toothbrushes and salival mouth bacteria is where the diet and digestion starts. Oops…horrible bad-breath, body odor, rotten lukewarm meat with parasites and botfly maggots is now revealed as what cavemen really ate, so this is what your man is going to be doing, ladies, if he is bragging about the paleo diet. Oh, and ladies, grokette didn’t shave her armpits, use mouthwash, and ate tapeworms, offal organs, and probably had a bit of feces in it, so be sure to dunk your food in the toilet first to be sure you get all the things paleo man ate into your diet. Paleo still sounding good? But we haven’t even gotten started about meat now found linked to anus and rectal cancer yet.

In any case, as you see, one of the toughest men on Earth, the man who is responsible for one of the manliest athletic sports on earth, the Ultimate Fighting Championship is a Vegetarian, because vegetarians tested to have more testosterone, higher IQ, and more endurance and muscular stamina. Plant-based diets generate higher quality denser packed muscle. Meat-based muscle is flabbier and lower quality. Just look at meat-eaters, like a lion, lions are felines, they’re feminine, their muscle is all smooth and lanky, not defined, and they grow tired and sleep all day. Cats sleep nearly 22 hours a day. They get exhausted easily and fall asleep. Also in lions, the male doesn’t even do most of the hunting. The female lions do it. The male sits around panting in the heat. Now look in contrast to the muscle definition of a vegetarian, like a horse, you can even see the muscles rippling on the body of a horse. And if you think a horse isn’t muscular and powerful, you shall now be reminded that it’s the very definition of it. Even your car’s engine is rated in "Horse Power", showing that its the strength of a vegetarian that is used as the very definition of how powerful something is. Now think how silly it would sound measuring your car’s engine in "lionpowers".

As far as masculinity and manliness, there is nothing greater than the ALPHA MALE. Know where that phrase came from? A Silverback Gorilla. Guess what. Gorillas are vegetarian. Vegan in fact. Gorillas weigh upwards of 400 to 800 pounds, dwarfing any human man, and literally rippling with powerful muscle. If you still falsely believe that you can’t get ‘protein’ or somehow you need meat to grow muscle, go up to a Gorilla and instigate it. Tell it that if it eats plants it’s sickly, weak, wimpy, has no muscle, and can’t ever get any protein by eating plants and fruit and poke it. When it gets done flapping you around like a girl’s rag doll and then after you get out of the hospital, you’ll now be more educated on the subject. Oh, and sorry ‘4 stomachs’ arguers, Gorillas only have 1 stomach, they’re like us. We’re like them. Our DNA is nearly 98% the same. Sorry, but plants contain higher quality protein and generate bigger, stronger denser muscle cells.

The strongest land animal on earth is a vegetarian: The Elephant. 20-thousand pounds. Where did it get its protein? Elephants don’t eat meat. And have 1 stomach. Like us. Same as the gorilla, a primate. Like us. Tallest animal on earth is a vegetarian: Giraffe. The biggest dinoaurs to ever roam the earth were the plant-eating ones. If you still believe you can’t get protein from plants when you have plant-eaters with huge muscles reaching everywhere from 800 pounds, to 20,000 pounds and even reaching 100 tons, you must not be smarter than a meat-eater. If you still believe that steak has protein and not plants, and you have to eat meat to get protein, then where did all that protein you think is in the steak come from? Cows don’t eat meat. It all came from original plants. In other words, a vegetarian is eating the fresher, more original proteins. A meat-eater is merely taking the same protein and putting it into the mouth of another animal first. A meat-eater’s protein has been chewed and inside an animal’s mouth. In other words, a man eating steak, a meat-eater, is simply getting a vegetarian man’s "sloppy seconds". The vegetarian is getting the better quality, freshest, proteins. The original.

Indeed this is why a vegetarian invented the UFC. A vegetarian invented Gracie Barra Jiu-Jitsu, BJJ, and Mixed Martial Arts as we see it in the UFC today.

THE UFC WAS INVENTED BY A VEGETARIAN.

Healthy Ground Turkey Stuffed Peppers (Low-Carb Meal) – Lean Body Lifestyle

Please take a second to “like” the video & leave a comment below if you enjoyed! View all recipes here: youtube.com Facebook: facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com T-Shirts: leanbodylifestyle.spreadshirt.com Pinterest pinterest.com Google+: gplus.to Fitness channel: youtube.com If you enjoy these videos, share Lean Body Lifestyle with others! Share LBL on Facebook: on.fb.me Share LBL on Twitter: clicktotweet.com You will need: 1/2 cup onion (chopped) 24 oz. ground turkey (99/1) Spices of your choice 1/4 cup tomato sauce 3 1/2 red peppers 1/4 cup low-fat shredded cheese Music by: Kevin MacLeod – incompetech.com Cut And Run, Kevin MacLeod (www.incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons “Attribution 3.0” http
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Eating Stella Style: Low-Carb Recipes for Healthy Living

Eating Stella Style: Low-Carb Recipes for Healthy Living

Professional chef George Stella serves up a feast of inspiration and 125 delicious recipes to kick-start any weight-loss plan!

George Stella lost more than 250 pounds on a low-carb eating plan and has turned thousands of fans on to Stella Style — eating fresh, natural foods prepared with minimum effort for maximum taste. In Eating Stella Style, he shows readers how to tailor his recipes to fit any personalized weight-loss plan, whether it’s low carb, low fat, or low calorie. He inspires even the most jaded dieters to begin a new eating lifestyle and shows them how to stay on track.

But Eating Stella Style is really about mouthwatering recipes: How does a Hot Ham and Cheese Egg Roll sound for breakfast? Or Strawberry and Mascarpone Cream Crêpes, Stella Style Baked Eggs Benedict, or Coconut Macaroon Muffins? For lunch or dinner, choose Grilled Portabella and Montrachet Salad, Wood-Grilled Oysters with Dill Butter, Kim’s Stuffed Chicken Breasts with Lemony White Wine Sauce, Shaved Zucchini Parmesan Salad, or Spaghetti Squash with Clams Provençal Sauce. Satisfy your snack cravings with Better Cheddar Cheese Crisps, Devilish Deviled Eggs with Tuna, or Cheesy Pecan Cookies. And for dessert, try Pumpkin Pound Cake, Lemon Meringue Pie, Honeydew and Blackberry Granita, or Chocolate Pecan Truffles.

Perfect for both devoted Stella Style fans and new converts, Eating Stella Style will tempt you with tasty, flexible recipes that satisfy everyone!

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The High-Protein Cookbook: More than 150 healthy and irresistibly good low-carb dishes that can be on the table in thirty minutes or less.

The High-Protein Cookbook: More than 150 healthy and irresistibly good low-carb dishes that can be on the table in thirty minutes or less.

End food boredom and diet burnout with more than 400 sophisticated, low-carbohydrate dinners that are bursting with flavor–and on the table in under 30 minutes!

Hundreds of thousands have embraced the low-carbohydrate lifestyle finding that a diet based on lean protein, fruits, and vegetables and less dependent on simple carbohydrates has helped them look and feel better. But a monotonous menu of steak and salad or expensive, additive-laden prepared foods has been the undoing of many a successful diet regimen.

The solution? Linda West Eckhardt and Katherine West DeFoyd have devised more than 100 protein-rich, low-carbohydrate dinners that will satisfy even the most demanding diners. Drawing on their experiences as award-winning cookbook authors, Eckhardt and DeFoyd have developed a tempting range of high-protein meals that are quick enough to make on a weeknight but elegant enough to share with guests — and so delicious they’ll never know they’ve been shortchanged on carbohyd rates, fat, and calories.

Each entree in The High-Protein Cookbook
* Provides at least 30 grams of protein, yet is light on fat and calories.
* Is styled for two people but can easily be doubled or tripled
* Uses short lists of fresh, healthful ingredients
* Is based on simple cooking techniques requiring no special equipment
* Avoids “artificial” products and flavorings
* Contains reasonable amounts of high-quality protein balanced by ample servings of vegetables and fruits

With chapters devoted to side dishes and salads, sauces and condiments, and even sinfully satisfying desserts that won’t break the carbohydrate bank, The High-Protein Cookbook is the perfect companion to many of today’s most popular dietary regimens and an enticing argument for cutting back on excess carbohydrates.

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The Everyday Low-Carb Slow Cooker Cookbook: Over 120 Delicious Low-Carb Recipes That Cook Themselves

The Everyday Low-Carb Slow Cooker Cookbook: Over 120 Delicious Low-Carb Recipes That Cook Themselves

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We all love to eat good food, but no one seems to have the time to cook it anymore. The resurrection of the slow cooker has changed all that, giving busy food lovers a simple way to prepare delicious meals with very little effort or attention. Now, in The Everyday Low Carb Slow Cooker Cookbook, nutritionist and food consultant Kitty Broihier and recipe developer and creative chef Kimberly Mayone offer low carbers a chance to jump on the slow cooker bandwagon with over 120 delectable low carb recipes designed especially for slow cooking. They cover everything from breakfast foods, snacks, and chilis to soups, entrees, and desserts, and even include potluck favorites, easy-prep entrees requiring five ingredients or less, and ethnic cuisine. Complete with information on the convenience and health benefits of using the slow cooker, how to convert favorite low carb recipes for slow cooking, low carb “go-with” recipes that round out slow cooked meals, and tips and serving suggestions featured throughout, The Everyday Low Carb Slow Cooker Cookbook is sure to become a staple in every low carb cook’s kitchen.

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Tuna Melt – Diet Recipes: Cooking Low-Calorie & Low-Carb

Tuna Melt – Calories 262 Full Recipe On: www.DietHobby.com TheYouTube Grandma cooks Learn how to make simple and tasty food that can be good low-calorie, low-carb, high-protein options to add to your diet. Get this and other easy, fast and yummy recipes on my website www.DietHobby.com; DietHobby is a lifestyle guide to weight-loss and maintenance from Dr. Phyllis Collins JD My Channel: www.YouTube.com ……………..My Playlists: Ask Grandma: bit.ly Recipes: bit.ly Words of Wisdom: bit.ly Tips and Tricks: bit.ly On My Mind: bit.ly Ingredients: 1 slice whole wheat bread 1 and 1/2 oz Tuna packed in water 1 oz sliced cheddar cheese Directions: Toast bread. Heat tuna in microwave about 15 -20 seconds Put tuna on top of toast Top with sliced cheese Put in microwave for about 30 seconds until cheese melts. Makes 1 serving Calories: 262 Carbs: 14.4 grams Protein: 21.9 grams Background music: Porch Swing Days by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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LLVLC On YouTube: Low-Carb Menu Planning (Episode 41)

Talking about low-carb Induction,LivinLaVidaLowCarb.com blogger Jimmy Moore and his wife Christine finish up their recent series of videos on their popular “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb On YouTube” videos discussing the initial two-week phase of the Atkins diet. Summarizing all that they have shared over the past few videos about Induction, Jimmy and Christine provide some last-minute tips and reminders about livin’ la vida low-carb, including the definite no-no’s on low-carb and common mistakes you’ll want to avoid. DON’T MISS THAT!!! Then they give you practical advice about low-carb menu planning which centers around making sure you get plenty of fat and protein at every meal and snack while keeping your carbs limited primarily to green leafy and non-starchy vegetables. If you have trouble knowing what to eat on low-carb, then this is the video for you. Keep watching “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb On YouTube” and send us your comments and questions at livinlowcarbman@charter.net anytime. Visit Jimmy Moore at his www.LivinLaVidaLowCarb.com blog, http podcast, and his discussion forum at www.LivinLowCarbDiscussion.com for even more education, encouragement, and inspiration about the amazingly healthy low-carb lifestyle!
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LLVLC On YouTube: Low-Carb Menu Planning (Episode 41)

Talking about low-carb Induction,LivinLaVidaLowCarb.com blogger Jimmy Moore and his wife Christine finish up their recent series of videos on their popular “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb On YouTube” videos discussing the initial two-week phase of the Atkins diet. Summarizing all that they have shared over the past few videos about Induction, Jimmy and Christine provide some last-minute tips and reminders about livin’ la vida low-carb, including the definite no-no’s on low-carb and common mistakes you’ll want to avoid. DON’T MISS THAT!!! Then they give you practical advice about low-carb menu planning which centers around making sure you get plenty of fat and protein at every meal and snack while keeping your carbs limited primarily to green leafy and non-starchy vegetables. If you have trouble knowing what to eat on low-carb, then this is the video for you. Keep watching “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb On YouTube” and send us your comments and questions at livinlowcarbman@charter.net anytime. Visit Jimmy Moore at his www.LivinLaVidaLowCarb.com blog, http podcast, and his discussion forum at www.LivinLowCarbDiscussion.com for even more education, encouragement, and inspiration about the amazingly healthy low-carb lifestyle!
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