Vegetarian diet

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Why diseases strike us?
Why Vegetarian diet?
How Vegetarian diet affects our health?
General food guide line

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Vegetarian diet

  1. 1. How can we make the World a better place? : vegetarian diet March 13, 2009 DANIEL JANG
  2. 2. What About? • Why diseases strike us? • What’s the effects of foods we eat? • Why Vegetarian diet? • Conclusion
  3. 3. Why do you think diseases “strike” us?
  4. 4. Because of.. Unknown factors beyond Genetics? our control ? Misfortune ?
  5. 5. Do you run to doctors and expect them to fix us with a pill?
  6. 6. Most people have no idea.. that most diseases are the result of nutritional folly and are avoidable.
  7. 7. Heart attacks and strokes kill about 50 percent of all Americans.
  8. 8. Diabetes affects roughly 135 million people worldwide, with more than 16 million Americans suffering from diabetes.
  9. 9. Cancer is the second major cause of death in Western countries.
  10. 10. Do you want to live longer?
  11. 11. Worst 7 Foods for Health and Longevity Potato Chips & F Butter Cheese Doughnuts rench Fries Sausage, Pickled, smoked or Salt hot dogs barbequed meat
  12. 12. Cheese & Butter = fish, white meat chicken, turkey X 10 Saturated fat
  13. 13. Doughnuts & Fries
  14. 14. Salt Stroke! Hypertension Salt Stomach Cancer
  15. 15. The simple fact is that,
  16. 16. if you eat the standard western diet that most people eat in the modern world,
  17. 17. you will develop heart disease and likely die of it.
  18. 18. This is a tragedy, because these death are so unnecessary.
  19. 19. I hope you will choose a different road to travel.
  20. 20. Do you want to live longer?
  21. 21. If so,
  22. 22. change your diet-style
  23. 23. based on Vegetables
  24. 24. Breakfast Oat meal Orange (3cups, cooked) (2, medium size) Apple (1, medium size)
  25. 25. Lunch Lettuce, cabbage, cucumber, carrot, lemon salad (about 230g) Potato Kale Banana (1, cooked) (3cup, boiled) (1, as Desert )
  26. 26. Dinner Lettuce, Celery, green pepper, carrot, tomato, lemon salad (about 450g) Brown rice (2 and ½ cup, cooked) Sunflower seeds (about 30g) Broccoli (about 450g, boiled) Grape juice (2cup as a desert)
  27. 27. Advantages of vegetarian diets
  28. 28. Vegetarian diets Vegetarian diets High blood pressure High blood pressure
  29. 29. Lower Cholesterol levels
  30. 30. Oral cancer Lung Stomach cancer cancer Vegetarian diets Breast Pancreatic cancer cancer Bladder cancer
  31. 31. Oral cancer Stomach cancer Lung ancer Vegetarian diets Breas cance ancreatic Bladder cancer cancer
  32. 32. Vegetarian
  33. 33. General food guide line 1. More than 5 pieces of fruits green salad, green and yellow vegetables, such as, broccoli, kidney beans, and kale (heat or boil if necessary)
  34. 34. General food guide line 2. Eat meat less than 100g every 2 days, fish, poultry, meat, and low fat dairy food. Unprocessed carbohydrate complex like, Potato, Sweet potato, rice, and pumpkin
  35. 35. General food guide line 3. No sweetener and sugar except fresh fruits. No fried, roasted food with salt.
  36. 36. General food guide line 4. Do not drink chlorine water (tap water) but purified or distilled water.
  37. 37. Conclusion All the disease are preventable.
  38. 38. But, to change your diet style
  39. 39. is your choice.
  40. 40. Reference • Fasting and Eating for Health by Joel Fuhrman and Neal D.Barnard • http://drfuhrman.com

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