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The New Zealand Vegetarian Society Inc.
Join the Vegetarian Society, formed to advance the ideals of Humanitarianism and Healthy Living through Food Reform.
Open to all who are in sympathy with the above objects.
Seven Shillings and Six Pence (7/6) per annum including the Society's Newsletter.
HON. SECRETARY :
Mrs. R. McMaster, P.O. Box 454, Auckland, CI.
Literature and Guidance in Food Reform Available.
VEGETARIANISM PRESERVES YOUTH, HEALTH AND HAPPINESS.
A SAFE WAY TO BECOME A VEGETARIAN
THE PROCESS of becoming a vegetarian without upsetting the digestive system and without undue bodily strain, and of maintaining optimum health and even, in some cases, restoring health, is really a very simple matter. There are a few facts which should be known, and when these are understood their application is easy. The purpose of this booklet is to provide those facts.
Food is composed of seven principles, none of which can be eliminated from the diet, or drastically reduced, without producing unwelcome results. Their names and functions are as follows :
1. Carbohydrates (starches and sugars). - These are suppliers of heat and energy to the body. The over-eating of these causes fatty deposits in the muscles and often a water-logging of the system. If taken in insufficient quantities the body calls on other food principles needed for other purposes. Otherwise the body fat is re-absorbed and used for the purpose of maintaining the bodily activity. Carbohydrates give 4 calories (a measure of heat and energy) for every gram weight.
2. Fats. - Fats are concentrated heat and energy givers. Weight for weight they give 2 1/4 times as much heat and energy as do the carbohydrates (9 calories per gram). They also form the protective sheath for the nerves and help to maintain the health of the skin. Their presence in the skin helps the ultra-violet rays from sunlight to create Vitamin D.
3. Proteins. - The function of protein is to form all flesh, internal organs, hormones, skin, hair and nails. If insufficient carbohydrates and fats are eaten, proteins can be oxidised or burned away to produce heat and energy, as these are the first demands of the human body engine. When proteins are oxidised for this purpose the resultant oxidation products throw extra work upon the kidneys, and so this condition should be avoided if optimum health is to be maintained. Proteins are roughly divided into two classes.
First-class proteins are those which are capable of producing complete growth and are capable of maintaining body tissues in perfect condition. The proteins of milk, cheese, eggs, fish and meat are all first-class proteins.
Second-class proteins are those proteins which on their own are incapable of supplying all the building blocks required for maintenance and growth of the above-mentioned body tissues. The proteins which used to be classed in this division : Cereals (wheat, oats, maize, barley, rice and millet), nuts, legumes (peas, beans, lentils) ; but I notice since
so today i awoke at 6:30,
left the house ~8:30 and went to the lake,
aw i miss it and it's been less than a week since i've moved.
then I went to babysit for two hours, it was lovely, screaming to giggles,
then i grabbed lunch, forgot to eat most of it, then donated my blood!
my left hand was quite anemic but with prayer my right hand was not anemic at all,
blood donation went fine.
Why do I love donating my blood?
1. Free cookies
2. Free juice
3. Free crackers
4. Free pretzels
5. free t shirt
6. coupon for chocolates.
7. it's easy
8. the people there love me
9. i meditate while i donate, it's incredibly peaceful actually
10. i like the way it makes me feel--from driven to nervous, to relaxed to exhausted to knowing i made a difference
11. sick or injured people NEED my universal blood
12. why not?
13. it's sexy to donate blood
14. donating blood is like losing weight and your body burns a bunch of calories to make new blood
15. when you donate you get tested to make sure you're not anemic, you get your temp taken and blood pressure, your blood is also screened for STDs
16. donating blood is prosocial
17. Jesus gave His life and His blood so that we may live
18. God inspired me to
19. everybody's doin it
20. free stickers
21. people will be jealous and call you 'remarkable'
22. you feel tough when needles don't phase you
23. after donating i feel really good, happy but also tired and a little out of breath or light headed, haha but it's good!
oh yea then i went to babysit another family,
-songs: my 4.5 yr old sung me "over the rainbow" and "stand by me" awwwwww
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