What truly matters being a Economic Security Custom Essays School? It is important to take the fantasies

What truly matters being a Economic Security School? It is important to take the fantasies in relation to choosing colleges, but an customeessay.com area in which you can’t afford —sometimes literally! — to achieve too much is when you are considering the cost of your degree. Although you could easily get in the best preference class despite the scholastic problems (perchance you got decreased test score compared to the school’s average or perhaps you desired your own GPA to be always a little higher), one important matter stays: are you considering able to shell out that college’s university fees?

Simply as you should choose one or two safety schools in terms of entrance demands, also, it is important to select the thing I name a ‘financial protection school’ — one which’s affordable in case the greater expensive schools your applied to do not create adequate help for you really to go to. To determine the monetary safety college, you have to see education the place you might be:

– very happy to go to the college

– (just about) guaranteed to get into (evaluate your SAT or operate scores into the scores that are median the school’s last freshman lessons to find out the probability)

– in a position to pay the price of attendance even although you get no help after all

That one that is last feel difficult to decide because the cost of attendance may differ very considerably from college or university to college or university. Therefore, what exactly counts to be a monetary protection class? Continue reading “What truly matters being a Economic Security Custom Essays School? It is important to take the fantasies”

Fruitarianism: An Interview With Loren Lockman

 1. What is a Fruitarian?

Lockman: “A fruitarian is someone who eats a fruit-based diet. Honestly, I don’t usually use the term because it’s not “scientific and so doesn’t have any accepted meaning; some people think it means only fruit and others think that it can include leafy greens, nuts and seeds, etc. Our closest primate relatives are “frugivores” and this is the term that I usually use to describe myself. A frugivore is an animal that eats a fruit-based diet (just as a carnivore may occasionally eat things besides flesh) a frugivore’s diet does indeed include leaves, nuts and seeds, and can include insects and even some flesh in nature; obviously, as a vegan, my diet includes no animal products at all.”

2. What inspired you into this lifestyle?

Lockman: “I became very ill within 6 months of college and got worse with 3 years of medical care. At that point, I went back to conventional nutrition as I had started to study it at 15 and reasoned that maybe it could help me. I quickly realized I was doing everything that it told me I should be doing and was still sicker than anyone I knew. I then reasoned that nutrition had to make a difference to health and so the issue had to be with conventional nutrition. I sought to determine what was actually natural to my body as I had an inherent life-long trust of nature and believed (and still do!) that nature held all of the answers. I became aware that every species had a natural diet and so my quest was to determine what was natural for humans; I quickly realized that what was natural for our closest primate relatives is also natural for us and in fact, our digestive tracts have changed very little and are nearly identical to those of the chimps and bonobos…”

3. Why is being a Fruitarian better and healthier than being a vegan?

Lockman: “First of all, eating a fruit-based diet is better than a standard vegan diet because an optimal diet is much better defined by what it includes rather than by what it removes. In other words, removing animal products in no way means that a diet is optimal. I got sick living mostly on pizza and beer and one could continue eating vegan pizza and beer; or nothing but vegan junk food. So while it’s true that animal products aren’t very good for us and will invariably lead to disease, processed vegan food is also not very healthy. So to make a diet as healthy as possible for our bodies, it must not only avoid animal products and processed foods, it must only include those things that our bodies are actually adapted for: fruits and soft, tender leafy greens.”

4. What are the health benefits?

Lockman: “The health benefits are a higher level of health and vitality in every way; more vital, more vibrant, clearer mind, better functioning body, more balanced, more calm, faster recovery time after exercise or injury, more resistance to being sick, ability to detoxify in real-time on an ongoing basis, etc. Honestly, the differences are so enormous that it’s not even possible for the average person to really grasp how much better they could feel until they’ve experienced it.”

5. What are the possible side effects?

Lockman: “Simply changing one’s diet to a diet that is invariably much higher water and fiber than one is used to will often create some digestive-system upset initially as the body begins to rehydrate and move old material. Similarly, there may be other symptoms that can occur as the body begins to cleanse and heal much faster on a fruit-based raw vegan diet than it ever did before. Many people don’t realize that symptoms are always evidence that the body is attempting to cleanse and heal and so imagine that the symptoms mean that there’s a problem with the diet, but this is not so. Once the body is truly clean and efficient (achieved much more rapidly via water-only fasting both long-enough and properly) there is no comparison to how it feels on an optimal fruit-based raw vegan diet versus any other diet.”

6. What is the Tanglewood Wellness Center?

Lockman: “Tanglewood is the world’s largest dedicated water-only fasting center where over the last 22.5 years we’ve guided more than 5000 clients from more than 110 countries (including dozens of Israelis) through water-only fasts averaging 26 days.”

7. What is water fasting and it’s process?

Lockman: “Water fasting (more accurately called, ‘water-only fasting,”) is the process of resting completely while sipping water for a period of time so that one’s body can use all of its energy to cleanse and heal itself.”

8. How do you encourage and inspire your clients at the wellness center?

Lockman: “ I use a multi-fold approach to encourage and inspire them:
A) I teach them the principles so that they truly understand what’s possible
B) I share many case histories with them so that they can see examples of people who have gotten the results that they wanted for themselves, and
C) I model the behavior for them, being a living example of the principles in action”

9. For someone who is considering adopting a fruitarian lifestyle, how would you recommend they get started in a safe manner?

Lockman: “One can simply change to a fruit-based diet with no danger. And if they prefer, they can also begin to modify their diet little by little rather than changing everything at once.”

10. How do you handle vitamin deficiencies and would you say that this lifestyle choice is “extreme” and not recommended for everyone?

Lockman: “ Nothing contains more vitamins than fruit and soft, tender leaves, and more important than vitamin (and overall nutrient content) is nutrient availability. Each species has a digestive tract specifically adapted to their particular diet and eating anything else will never come close to meeting their body’s needs as well as their own species-specific diet. In one study which demonstrates this, they gave human subjects a measured quantity of kale. They determined how many “vitamin A equivalency units” were available from the kale (the amount of beta carotene that could be converted into vitamin A in the body) and then measured to see how much was actually absorbed. At a later date, they gave the same subjects a measured quantity of papaya and again, calculated how much vitamin A could be made in the body from the beta carotene that the specific serving contained and then compared it to what was actually absorbed by each person. On average, the subjects got twice as much vitamin A from the papaya as they did from the kale even though the kale contained twice as much beta carotene, meaning that it was 4 times easier/more effective to get vitamin A from the papaya then from the kale. This clearly demonstrates that it is Not about how much of a nutrient a substance contains, but rather, how easily the body can absorb it and each species invariably does best with the natural diet that it’s body is particularly adapted to.”

For more information about Tanglewood Wellness Center and Loren Lockman please visit → https://tanglewoodwellnesscenter.com/

Did You See ASU’s New Sustainable Gear ?  was originally published in VeganNation on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Animal Agriculture is the Leading Cause of Climate Change – A White Paper

A white paper is an authoritative report or guide that informs readers concisely about a complex issue and presents the issuing body’s philosophy on the matter. It is meant to help readers understand an issue, solve a problem, or make a decision.

— Wikipedia

In this paper, we present the results of a Global Sensitivity Analysis (GSA) proving that Animal Agriculture is the leading cause of climate change, responsible for 87% of human-made greenhouse gas emissions. The burning of fossil fuels is currently the leading source of human-made carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. However, climate change is caused by cumulative human-made greenhouse gas and aerosol emissions and not just current CO2 emissions alone. While humans have been burning fossil fuels for a little over 200 years, we have been burning down forests for Animal Agriculture for well over 8,000 years! For the GSA analysis, we use factual data from the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and other peer-reviewed scientific sources. We show that we need to transition to a global plant-based economy first and that blindly eliminating fossil fuel usage first will accelerate the warming of the planet. We show that the annual methane emissions from Animal Agriculture alone causes more incremental global warming than the annual CO2 emissions from all fossil fuel sources combined. We further show that the transition to a global plant-based economy has the potential to sequester over 2000 Giga tons (Gt) of CO2 in regenerating soils and vegetation, returning atmospheric greenhouse gas levels to the “safe zone” of under 350 parts per million (ppm) of CO2 equivalent, while restoring the biodiversity of the planet and healing its climate. This paper clearly illustrates why the scientific community, government institutions, corporations and news media, who vastly underestimate the role of Animal Agriculture and focus primarily on reducing fossil fuel use, need to urgently change their priorities in order to be effective.

The biomass of wild animals, humans and farmed animals over time. Human biomass was negligible compared to that of wild animals 10K years ago. Today, this biomass ratio is inverted and biomass levels are unsustainable.

 Keep reading the white paper – Animal Agriculture is the Leading Cause of Climate Change on ClimateHealers.org

Did You See ASU’s New Sustainable Gear?

Precisely for this, it’s exciting to see Arizona State University flaunt their sustainable uniform by adidas America in their game against UCLA in Pasadena, CA. The set of all-white new uniforms for 2019 use little dye and are made of adidas’ Econyl Yarn. The only gold that might appear will be on the palms of the gloves.

The sports industry’s need to transition to sustainable gear, products and operations is just as necessary as any other industry. Given the passion of the fans for their sport and favorite team, the sports industry can actually become the leader in sustainability and inspire their fans to follow. With the new Game Changers documentary out on Netflix, athletes can become a crucial player in changing the stigma around a plant-based lifestyle and the stereotype for a “manly” man should eat.

We want to see more sports teams feature sustainable gear, encourage their athletes to eat vegan, and offer plant-based food stands at their games.

Change is coming and we hope the sports industry will take the lead on this pressing climate challenge.

Did You See ASU’s New Sustainable Gear ?  was originally published in VeganNation on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Extinction Rebellion Leader Calling out the Economy

Phil Kingston, an 83 year old veteran activist, is calling out corporations, banks, mainstream media and the government.

In his speech Phil says “there is in Britain, and worldwide, the suppression of an essential debate: it is the relationship between the economy and the destruction of earth. It is effectively kept off limits by, first of all, the people who must run the economy financial and commercial top interest and they are supported by the mainstream media almost entirely and sadly, terrible sadly, they are supported by almost all politicians.

As a software engineer programming a new economy, I could not have agreed more. As a cryptocurrencies programmer I view money as the DNA of a society; the way the money is programmed will determine the manner in which people behave. We see this phenomenon with the fiat money system of winners and losers, nature being on the losing end while fossil fuels and the animal agriculture industries being on the winning end.

We need a new currency constellation that assigns value to all living things, rainforests included. We need to stop seeing natural resources as treasures to be exploited by the strongest or most powerful.

Phil continued his powerful speech by saying “the belief that we can have never-ending growth is still being pushed ahead by all parties even though it is such that the mess we’re in. I was in the idea that being a consumer was part of my security. That’s gone a long time ago”.

I am calling upon all Extinction Rebellion and Animal Rebellion members to transition to the new sustainable economy, an economy that is distributed around the globe and is not controlled by a government or central entity. That is how we bring down the monster and stop this evil machine propelling us to our deaths.

For the sake of humanity, let’s unite!

Extinction Rebellion Leader Calls Out The Economy was originally published in VeganNation on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

What Would You Do for VeganCoin?

We joined a roundtable in Pardes Hanna, an innovative and forward-thinking community, to hear what they have to say about the new vegan economy.

The more I meet fellow vegans, the more I am convinced of the need for a new, sustainable and fair vegan economy. The vegans I meet care deeply about decreasing consumerism, shifting the globe to a sustainable economy and helping people transition to a plant-based diet. 

These new ideas and realities cannot come about with old money.

Most, if not all, were active in their respective communities and circles, constantly looking how to take veganism forward. Our host, started one of the first vegan kindergartens and is the only one that is plastic free. He is one of our very first pioneers and the first to point out how his community was the first to use an alternative currency in Israel. 

Then came the million-dollar-question — what are you willing to do for VeganCoin? 

The answers were inspiring and ranged from advertising VeganNation‘s work on their platforms to accepting VeganCoin as tuition.

We followed up with another question to the activists and asked where they would like to see VeganNation’s efforts expended in making the world a better place. Some cared more about preserving the Amazon Rainforest while others chose to focus more on the heightening the awareness around a plant-based diet or making veganism more accessible to people all over the world.

At the end of the day, VeganCoin’s success is in the power of the community. The power of a community cannot be over emphasized, it’s the reason why the US Dollar lost 99.8% of its value to the Bitcoin. The power of the community is what will shift the wealth from the corporate world to communities.

What are you willing to do for VeganCoin? Let us know in your comments below.

What are you willing to do for VeganCoin? was originally published in VeganNation on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Global Climate Strike

Drastic times require drastic measures. The time to disrupt is now. Mass awakening is happening. Don’t be a follower, be a trendsetter!

I’ve been binge-watching Greta Thunberg all weekend. Following her work in the USA reaffirmed what I already knew — it does not matter your age, race, job, sexual orientation or religion — we can all do SOMETHING to help the planet.

The Green Revolution is upon us and many micro raindrops can create a storm. It is time for every person to join arms with the Global Climate Strike and do our part in forging a cleaner and more sustainable future.

This Friday, millions of school children are taking to the streets to protest the calamity of climate change and the inaction of governments and banks all over the world. This protest is to get the world’s biggest polluters to start paying. The time to clean up our oceans and rehabilitate our forests was yesterday. Find the strike happening near you here.

If you are wondering what you can do, you’d be amazed by the plethora of options available. The first and biggest step you can do in saving the planet is by going vegan and here is a vegan calculator to help you see how much you save the world by going vegan. I have been vegan for 3 years and according to the calculator I saved over 1.2 M gallons of fresh water, 43,000 lbs of grain, 21.9 lbs of CO2, and over 1,000 animals. These are staggering numbers!

Next, evaluate your travel habits; try to fly less and take trains and busses more. When you look for vacation destinations, consider some of these sustainable hotels.

My final tip of the day is to ditch government money. Government and bank controlled money is subsidizing the world’s most destructive industries and it is printed with animal products. Now, with the rise of digital currencies, is the time to start using them. 

VeganCoin is the only digital currency on the planet that is saving the amazon rainforest. If you want to join the sustainable new economy, click here.

Let’s come together in preparation for the global strike for the climate and take these steps in helping mother earth!


Global Climate Strike was originally published in VeganNation on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Where is Crypto’s Top Expert At?

How often do you hear a seasoned wall street investor and prominent crypto expert say “Karma is the physics of life”? Meet Lou Kerner

During blockchain week in Israel, we hosted Lou for VeganNation’s weekly happy hour. Happy hour indeed it was, listening to firey Lou share his decades of experience on wall street up until his moment of seeing the light when it comes to cryptocurrencies.

Lou’s vast experience in community building has taught him that true communities found the path to have its members gain more than they contribute. Which couldn’t be more true of nature; think of how little we put into planting and watering a tree and then the fruits we gain in return for a lifetime, putting nature as the ultimate community; our only support system.

Lou also touched on the fact that for companies to be successful timing is everything. Which is why in the current climate, VeganNation’s lease of thousands of acres in the Amazon rainforest could not be more timely in addressing today’s most pressing challenges with the most innovative technologies available.

VeganNation leases roughly 15,000 acres of the Amazon Rainforest for conservation.

Our team members got to ask Lou whatever was on their minds. 

Questions ranged from crypto liquidity and speculation, to how to apply a holistic view with karma when it involves building a vegan nation.

Click here to join our growing nation.

Cheers to the weekend 🍻

Where is Crypto’s Top Expert was originally published in VeganNation on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Can music Save the Earth?

In case you missed it, today is… Earth day! 


Throughout the years, many musicians and pop stars used their talents to bring awareness to this planet we all inhabit. With this blog, I would like to pay tribute to some of the artists and songs that will forever be part of this important struggle’s soundtrack.

This cause is inherent to Vegan Nation’s Dream and along with the upcoming release of our Vegan app & Cruelty-free Coin , this is our main focus for the week.

Michaels Jackson — Heal the earth

Probably one of the most recognizable earth songs to date. Back in the innocent days of the ’90s, every child, women and man chanted together “Heal the world, make it a better place”. It became a cultural phenomenon, with many of the most famous artists at the time, performing it live to help raise money to heal the earth.

Since then, Michael Jackson has become very controversial, but in the midst of his hay days, he used his fame and platform to do some good for the planet.

Following his huge success with Heal The Earth, Jackson released another environmental conscious hit. While lyrics like “What have we done to the world Look what we’ve done” are a bit on the nose, there is no doubt he helped turn the attention and blame to the damage mankind brought on.

With this message and strong carnage visuals, he cried for us to stop taking our planet for granted. It might be hard to reconcile with all his dark history that came to light since, but there is no denying the impact he had. Way before everyone was talking about climate change he was singing about it.

The Smiths -Meat Is Murder:

This timeless gem is the title for The Smiths 2nd album from 1984. Some people are just ahead of the curve, and this is definitely the case with Morrisey, the iconic frontman of this 80’s cult band. He was one of the first musicians to utilize his mesmerizing voice to help coin the phrase 

meat is murder” for the general public.

It might not have been as famous as the Michael Jackson anthems, but with Morrissey’s emotional connection to his fans and hard-felt lyrics, his impact is undeniable. ”The flesh you so fancifully fry, Is not succulent, tasty or kind, It’s death for no reason And death for no reason is murder” 

There are thousands of diehard fans who, till this day, claim it was Morrisey and those words that turned them Vegan.

Toto — Africa

An 80’s classic by its own right, this track has become even more popular throughout the years, gaining more popularity and finding a new audience online and across social media. The entire song is a love letter for the dark continent and the origin of mankind.

While this song is not explicitly about the earthlike the others, it is one of the first to shed light on the suffering and destruction caused by man to all species on this beautiful continent. This song was rediscovered by many, as well as the recent cover by the Indi band, Weezer.

Lil dickey — Earth

David Andrew Burd, AKA “ Lil Dicky” is a rapper, comedian and huge innovator. Known for his clever lyrics, humoristic approach and highly creative video’s, his latest hit, titled earth”, is no different. 

Lil Dicky is not one to take himself too seriously but this time he tackles a topic that we can’t effort to make light of.

I like to find ways to impact humanity behind my usual dick and fart jokes” he said to Time magazine . while still using his wit and comedic skills to make it into a fun viral hit. And with the collaboration tradition of this type of songs, Lil Dicky recruits all the biggest stars like Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Snoop Dogg (and the list goes on) together and will donate the profits for for a various environmental organizations.

What are your most memorable environment songs? 

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Help us write the Vegan Nation Anthem!

Help us write the VeganNation Anthem!

Vegan Nation

In case you haven’t heard, VeganNation has launched the sale of the first vegan coin

And just like every nation needs a currency, every nation needs its own anthem

We know the power of music is universal and can string right into people’s souls. 

This is why we turn now to our community to help create an anthem that will unite us all together!

The first step would be a free association game where everyone can contribute his lyrics and inspire each other. Drop a line, a verse or even an entire anthem if you feel especially creative!

We will later assemble some of the best suggestions, publish the anthem and give full credit to all contributors. Submit your suggestions here by the 26th of May, and stay tuned for the 2nd step of the composition challenge!

And for this important task, Vegan Nation is using some of our leading influencers and musicians to help us pick and choose from all the talent and submissions of the community.

So, if you’re a poet and you know it, this is your time to shine and prove that… 

Vegans Got Talent

Click here to share your words of compassion💚

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