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LESSON 4016 Wed 30 Jun 2021 Buddha said “Hunger is the worst kind of illness” Manimegalai fed the hungry with AMUDHA SURABI which never became empty even as many people were fed. Earth is AMUDHA SURABI where vegetables and fruit trees could be planted as done by Ashoka Chakravarti. Like the birds humans can feed on raw fruits and vegetables and live happily with peace and attain Eternal Bliss as their Final Goal. Propagate growing vegan and dwarf fruit bearing trees in homes and spread all over the world Swim Mindfully There has recently been a change in the tide when it comes to people’s eating habits. In the past couple of years, the world has become much more observant of what they eat and drink every day. As people watch what they eat, they are beginning to realize that diets such as vegetarianism and veganism are incredibly healthy ways to eat. According to foodrevolution.org, there has been a 600% increase in people identifying as vegans in the United States in just the past three years. Obviously, this is a steadily growing trend.
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LESSON 4016 Wed 30 Jun 2021

Buddha said “Hunger is the worst kind of illness” Manimegalai fed the hungry with AMUDHA SURABI which never became empty even as many people were fed.

Earth is AMUDHA SURABI where vegetables and fruit trees could be planted as done by Ashoka Chakravarti. Like the birds humans can feed on raw fruits and vegetables and live happily with peace and attain Eternal Bliss as their Final Goal.

Propagate growing vegan and dwarf fruit bearing trees in homes and spread all over the world

Swim Mindfully

There has recently been a change in the tide when it comes to people’s eating habits. In the past couple of years, the world has become much more observant of what they eat and drink every day. As people watch what they eat, they are beginning to realize that diets such as vegetarianism and veganism are incredibly healthy ways to eat. According to foodrevolution.org, there has been a 600% increase in people identifying as vegans in the United States in just the past three years. Obviously, this is a steadily growing trend.

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According to the University of Singapore survey/review based on 131 countries. From June 18, world will be 100% free and happy from December 8th. Their predictions about Italy and Spain fit exactly.

https://www.swimmingworldmagazine.com/news/what-becoming-vegan-does-to-an-athlete/

avatar by MARK MCCLUSKEY
30 January 2019, 02:00pm
By Mark McCluskey, Swimming World College Intern.
There has recently been a change in the tide when it comes to people’s eating habits. In the past couple of years, the world has become much more observant of what they eat and drink every day. As people watch what they eat, they are beginning to realize that diets such as vegetarianism and veganism are incredibly healthy ways to eat. According to foodrevolution.org, there has been a 600% increase in people identifying as vegans in the United States in just the past three years.
Obviously, this is a steadily growing trend.

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The issue is that some athletes, especially swimmers, sometimes are nervous to go vegan, as they are worried that it will affect their performance in a bad way. There is a stigma around veganism that those who decide to do so are weaker and more frail because they aren’t getting enough nutrients. Often, you will hear athletes say that they need protein and carbohydrates, so a vegan diet will be more detrimental than helpful.
This could not be more incorrect. As long as a swimmer is smart about it, they can transition into a vegan diet that will actually increase their performance in the pool. Plenty of athletes have made the decision to become vegan to improve their athletic performance. Specifically, in the NFL, the trend of going vegan caught on last season when it was reported that Tom Brady, quarterback for the New England Patriots and one of the players with the most longevity in the game today, was following an approximately 80% vegan diet by The Boston Globe. Many players followed his lead, and the results were widely reported. Wesley Woodyward, a player for the Tennessee Titans, was interviewed by the Associated Press last year and discussed how his energy was at an all-time high; his only qualm was that he was having trouble gaining weight – something that swimmers do not tend to want anyway.

There are even vegans in the swimming world. Murray Rose, an Olympic swimmer in the 1950s and 1960s, was nicknamed the “Seaweed Streak” because of his choice to eat only vegan and still dominate his competition. MenSa Eggleston, a swimmer for Howard University, wants people to know that being a vegan swimmer is very possible. Being a vegan his entire life, Eggleston explains that “being a vegan has not hindered my ability as a swimmer at all. I have been able to swim and improve my speed over the course of ten years to the point where I was recruited to a Division I program – one of the highest levels a swimmer can go”.

The important part of an athlete drastically changing their diet in this way is to do it in a smart way. If you plan to try being vegan, do not keep going to McDonald’s and get two servings of French fries instead of fries and a burger. Just because you are not eating meat does not mean that you are automatically eating healthy.
It is important to know what types of foods will get you certain nutrients. As mentioned before, many swimmers’ main worry is that they will not be getting enough protein to sustain the amount of work they are putting into the pool. In a study done by David Rogerson in the Journal of International Society of Sports Nutrition, great replacements to the protein you’d get from meat are discussed. Some of his suggestions for high protein foods include pumpkin seeds, lentils, and black beans, among several others. For swimmers specifically, Eggleston recommends vegan protein shakes and bars, saying “there are many vegan plant based protein powders and bars available in stores. Not only that, but regular trail mix is full of proteins and other nutrients that swimmers look for”. Eggleston also agreed with Rogerson recommending black beans as a valuable source of protein and carbohydrates.

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All a new vegan needs to do is research the nutrients they need to stay strong and they can make veganism improve their performance. Many schools offer nutrition counseling, so be sure to look for resources and supportive people who can adequately monitor your diet.

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When making a change in your diet, it is important to do so in a safe and healthy manner. If you decide to go vegan, it may take your body a bit of time to adjust, so try to avoid making the transition close to a championship meet, as your body may feel a bit tired for the first couple of days. Following a diet is a training strategy, so it is a waste of time to do it in order to swim faster at an upcoming meet and would end up hurting your performance.

As veganism is becoming increasingly popular throughout the world, many people are re-thinking their eating habits. Athletes do not need to worry about becoming consistently frail or tired from becoming a vegan. On the contrary, being a vegan can actually be really helpful to a swimmer looking for an extra boost in their training, performance and overall health next season.
While not every athlete chooses to go vegan, everyone can choose healthier, more nutrient-dense options to stay fueled for competition. Would you consider eating vegan?
All commentaries are the opinion of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Swimming World Magazine nor its staff.

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competition. Would you consider eating vegan?
All commentaries are the opinion of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Swimming World Magazine nor its staff.
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10 COMMENTS

Lewis McColl class='avatar avatar-60 photo avatar-default' height='60' width='60' /> Lewis McColl

January 30, 2019

Joanna McColl I know it’s swimming but its an interesting read

Annell Dyfri class='avatar avatar-60 photo avatar-default' height='60' width='60' /> Annell Dyfri

January 30, 2019

Eva Edwards

Claire Kennedy class='avatar avatar-60 photo avatar-default' height='60' width='60' /> Claire Kennedy

January 30, 2019

Sarah Harris Suzanne Coulter

Sarah Harris class='avatar avatar-60 photo avatar-default' height='60' width='60' /> Sarah Harris

January 30, 2019

Claire Kennedy great article and Lizzie and thers are proof that an athlete can sustain a vegan/vegetarian diet whilst competing – it’s all about being sensible and meal planning , thanks for sharing Claire x

Tim Lecrone class='avatar avatar-60 photo avatar-default' height='60' width='60' /> Tim Lecrone

January 31, 2019

Nicely done, Mark McCluskey!

Mark McCluskey class='avatar avatar-60 photo avatar-default' height='60' width='60' /> Mark McCluskey

January 31, 2019

Thanks Tim!!

Pam Reynecke class='avatar avatar-60 photo avatar-default' height='60' width='60' /> Pam Reynecke

January 31, 2019

Janine Reynecke

Noria Gaier class='avatar avatar-60 photo avatar-default' height='60' width='60' /> Noria Gaier

January 31, 2019

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Célia Gaier class='avatar avatar-60 photo avatar-default' height='60' width='60' /> Célia Gaier

February 1, 2019

Noria Gaier mais assez cher

Cheryl Paterson Macdonald class='avatar avatar-60 photo avatar-default' height='60' width='60' /> Cheryl Paterson Macdonald

February 1, 2019

Carol Dillon very interesting

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Where Did The Word “Vegan” Come From? - Dictionary.com
https://www.dictionary.com/e/veganism/
Donald Watson, founder of the Vegan Society, coined the word vegan in 1944 as a statement against vegetarians who ate dairy products. He took the first and last letters of the word vegetarian to create his orthodox version of vegetarianism.

History of Veganism - World Vegan Organisation
https://www.worldveganorganisation.org/History/WorldVeganism
History of Veganism Pythagoras — This ancient Greek philosopher, mathematician (we know the theorem), and athletic coach was what we would today call a raw-food vegan. He required all his students to fast for 40 days prior to entering unknownhis school, and adhere to an “unfired,” plants-only diet after that.

A Brief History of Veganism | Time
https://time.com/3958070/history-of-veganism/
Veganism is an extreme form of vegetarianism, and though the term was coined in 1944, the concept of flesh-avoidance can be traced back to ancient Indian and eastern Mediterranean societies….

History | The Vegan Society
https://www.vegansociety.com/about-us/history
Early vegans The Vegan Society may have been established 75 years ago but veganism has been around much longer. Evidence of people choosing to avoid animal products can be traced back over 2,000 years.

The History of Veganism and Plant-Based Diets - The Plant …
https://plantbasednetwork.com/history-of-veganism-and-plant-based-diets/
The term “vegan” was coined by Donald Watson who also founded the Vegan Society in 1944. Before veganism, it was called non-dairy vegetarian but Watson believed dairy and egg consumption was wrong as the lives that provide them also suffer.

The History of Veganism Around the World - LIVEKINDLY
https://www.livekindly.co/history-veganism-around-world/
The History of Veganism Around the World The history of veganism is long and complex. Far from a Western concept, the lifestyle has been present in many countries around the world for thousands of years. Around the world, people are eating more meat-free and vegan food than ever before.

The history of veganism - Unfinished Man
https://www.unfinishedman.com/the-history-of-veganism/
The history of veganism People who expressly eat plant materials and avoid the idea of animal products have been around since the dawn of humanity. The term of veganism however is still something that’s fairly new. The very first time that this was used was around 1944 in Mediterranean societies.

Veganism - Wikipedia
Veganism

Veganism
Veganism is the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products, particularly in diet, and an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of animals.[c] An individual who follows the diet or philosophy is known as a vegan. Distinct

Veganism is the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products, particularly in diet, and an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of animals. An individual who follows the diet or philosophy is known as a vegan.Distinctions may be made between several categories of veganism. Dietary vegans, also known as “strict vegetarians”, refrain from consuming meat, eggs, dairy …

History of Veganism - World Vegan Organisation
https://www.worldveganorganisation.org/History/WorldVeganism
History of Veganism Pythagoras — This ancient Greek philosopher, mathematician (we know the theorem), and athletic coach was what we would today call a raw-food vegan. He required all his students to fast for 40 days prior to entering unknownhis school, and adhere to an “unfired,” plants-only diet after that.

vegan | Origin and meaning of vegan by Online Etymology …
https://www.etymonline.com/word/vegan
vegan (n.) 1944, probably based on a modification of vegetarian; coined by English vegetarian Donald Watson (1910-2005) to distinguish those who abstain from all animal products (eggs, cheese, etc.) from those who merely refuse to eat the animals.

Vegan History - IVU
https://ivu.org/history/Vegan_History.pdf
1 - History: It is impossible to consider a history of veganism without putting it in the wider context, so there is a lot that is ‘nearly vegan’ along the way. The word vegan was invented in 1944, but for a long time before that there were many people holding similar, though not necessarily identical views.

The History of Veganism Around the World - LIVEKINDLY
https://www.livekindly.co/history-veganism-around-world/
Hinduism and Buddhism also incorporate a vegetarian diet and originate in approximately 1500 BC and the 5th century, respectively. In Indian culture, the practice of nonviolence, or ahiṃsā, has informed meat-free living. It is present in Jainism, Hinduism, and Buddhism.

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