This is the face of a girl begging to be save from being euthanized tomorrow

Why Weight Loss On The Vegan Diet Is Inevitable
Just about everyone who chooses to adopt vegan living experiences weight loss - whether it was their original intention or not. So why are reports of losing weight on the vegan diet so prevalent? What is it that makes this particular lifestyle the ideal choice for weight loss? It's largely to do with the omission of certain foods. Let's see what these foods are.

No Fatty, High-Calorie Meats
The vegan diet excludes all sorts of meat, whether red, white or from the sea. Most meats contain a tonne of fat, and the average person is not very willing to cut off the fat and throw it out. There's the notorious fatty lamb chops, roast lamb and roast pork, which basically have the words "Warning: I will fatten you up" written all over them. Let's discuss lamb cutlets. These little chops are very small to look at, but in fact, are devils in disguise. Not sparing with the fat or calories, these little cutlets will make any meal a fatty feast.

What about fish? Many people feast on salmon for its health benefits but are unaware of the massively high fat content that this fish contains. Remember, the more fat, the more calories. The more calories, the more weight you will gain.

Therefore, when a person takes out all meat from their diet and replaces it with healthier lean vegan protein, weight loss is inevitable. Many vegans can attest to this. Vegan meals are mostly low-calorie since they are mainly plant-based.

No Fatty, High Calorie Dairy Products
The typical person consumes milk, cream, eggs and ice-cream on a daily basis. What does this do for their waistline? Well, these foods will certainly play no part in helping to slim down their waist. On the contrary, many folk who consume these foods on a regular basis wonder why they cannot lose their belly fat. Dairy foods are famous for being very high in calorie content. In fact, even the "low-fat" options are sabotaging our weight loss efforts. How could that be?

Humans Are Not Meant To Consume Dairy
Many people have heard this fact but still ignore it. Cow's milk is intended for the baby cow's consumption - not for human consumption. Humans do not have the right digestive system to consume dairy milk in a proper manner. Also, cows are routinely pumped with steroids and other hormones which can disrupt the natural hormones occurring in the human body. This can have a very bad effect on our health. And lastly, we should NOT be consuming dairy because of the dangerous antibiotics, genetically modified corn, pesticides, and other horrible foods that cows are routinely fed.

Omission of Animal Products Equals Healthy Body Function
Once all dairy and meat products are taken out of our diet, our body will begin to heal and function healthy again. Our digestive tract will also be restored to its optimal state. Our insides will no longer be stuffed up - struggling to digest these substances that our bodies can't really handle. Our bodies will no longer be in panic mode trying to discard these extra hormones, antibiotics, GM corn and pesticides. When our digestive tract is functioning in a healthy manner - our bodies will then focus on becoming healthy again. We will lose weight easily with vegan living. It's no rocket science - it's merely giving our bodies a chance to heal.

So you see, once you decide to cut out all meat and dairy products from your diet - weight loss will be super easy. Eating low-calorie vegan meals couldn't be any more motivating with the knowledge that you will lose weight and start looking great in your favourite clothes again. Vegan living means your body can give its attention to restoring your health and looking beautiful again.

🚨CODE RED🚨 at highest risk of being euthanized tomorrow 10/26!!!

This is the face of a girl begging YOU for help. Penelope 39838314 is 1 year old, 43 pounds, heartworm negative, and no notes of any issues with other dogs. She’s code red for having an upper respiratory infection. She’s started meds and can take the rest with her!

Available for adoption, foster or rescue!

Adoptions must be done in person. Do not call the shelter. All rescue tags must be sent via EMAIL: fwacctag@fortworthtexas.gov

This animal is located at Fort Worth Animal Care and Control/Chuck Silcox Adoption Center, 4900 Martin Street, Fort Worth Texas 76119.

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Is a Vegan Diet Better For Your Hair and Skin?
The question whether a vegan diet is better for a person's hair and skin depends a lot on if a balanced vegan diet is followed, in addition to the level of toxins that are in the body. It also depends on what type of vegan a person is and what vegan foods are eaten. At first, the skin will look much worse as the body begins to detoxify itself due to the amount of toxins in the body. The hair will become overly oily or too dry, depending on the diet and the level of toxins. When meat or dairy products are consumed, it takes anywhere from one hour to a full day to process, it would be like placing a hamburger or glass of milk out in the hot summer sun all day and then eating it.

A healthy diet improves the appearance of skin and shiny healthy hair, but genetics and stress are important factors. Vegan people have noticed a big difference in their skin and hair within 30 days by simply changing their diet and making different food choices. Dairy products have a lot of toxins in them, so vegans would switch from dairy milk to soy milk and from regular cheese to vegan cheese. Another change for vegans is moving from a low fat vegan diet to a higher fat vegan diet, due to necessary hormone processes kept under control - meat and dairy products contain high levels of hormones in them. Colorful fruits and vegetables, nuts, seeds and avocados are higher in fat content and add softness and color to the skin and natural looking hair, as compared to dry colorless skin and hair from low fat vegan diets.

Dermatological studies have shown that diary and acne are connected. Hormones in the pregnant cow's dairy milk over stimulates the human oil producing glands. Cows are milked when they are pregnant, in addition to being milked while she is pregnant with her second calf - and the first calf possibly still suckling. Seeing as vegan diets eliminate all dairy products, it stands to reason the hormones affecting human skin and oily hair would be less in vegans. Foods like milk, butter, cheese, ice cream, cream, pizza, cheeseburgers and lasagna are adding extra hormones into the human body and converting to DHT. This increases cellular activity that creates acne, hair problems and skin issues.

Unfortunately, the words natural and organic have become over-rated with today's products. Used as selling gimmicks, most natural and organic products are still using animal derived ingredients. Not all vegan products are vegan because of this. There are some vegan websites, like kristensguide.com that will test any vegan products in question, promoting those that are 100% vegan. Vegan makeup companies keep the hair natural looking and the facial skin toxic-free, with products available at Jason Natural Cosmetics, Beauty Without Cruelty, Giovannie, Nature's Gate, Crystal, The Merry Hempsters, Home Health, Yves Rocher, and Kiss My Fact (a less expensive company than others). Vegan hair products can be found at Giovannie, ABBA, or Jason. Vegan skin care products can be found at Jason. Each company has their own type of vegan products, crossing over with some. Just make sure it is vegan based to match the vegan diet for your hair and skin.

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