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                Vegetarian Dietary Guidelines
The Vegetarian Food Guide Pyramid is a general guide that lets you choose a healthy diet that's right for you. The Food Pyramid calls for eating foods from a variety of food groups each day to get the nutrition you need and at the same time the right amount of calories to maintain or improve your weight. The Vegetarian Food Pyramid suggests you limit your fat intake because most Americans diets are too high in fat, especially saturated fat. 

  

     Do you know how KFC comes on your plate?

Sunday Mirror (UK) has exposed a horrific torture
at Lincolnshire-based Premier Foods, a KFC Supplier. Read about the shocking investigation at KFCCruelty.co.uk

Next time when you buy
chicken, think about the suffering they have undergone. Before placing a piece of the dead flesh, think of the pain, they have had to bear just to satisfy your tongue.

                 Chicken is definitely not a healthy food

According to Dr Neal Barnard MD, Chicken is definitely no health food, as it has nearly the same high concentrations of cholesterol and saturated fat as beef. Eating it contributes to heart disease, diabetes, obesity and other diet-related illnesses.
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