Want to give up meat, but worry that you’ll miss out on flavor and important nutrients? Fear that you’ll end up gorging on carbs and getting fat? And wait, isn’t being a vegetarian too complicated? This article, with tips from chefs and registered dietitians, explains the facts and tell you how to get enough protein, flavor and more to be a vegetarian. And as a bonus, you’ll feel healthier, get slimmer and reduce your risk of dying from heart disease, while also lowering your chances of developing diabetes, cancer and other ailments – from diverticulitis to dementia.
Ever notice how people staring at their phones have a blank, spacey look?
Sort of like a zombie.
While pretending to be paying attention to you, they’re “discreetly” sending off a text. But the zombie face gives them away.
If you’ve been on a date with someone who spent more time staring at his or her phone than staring into your eyes, you’ll understand why it’s a real romance ruiner.
When I learned that I had advanced ovarian cancer, I knew I’d lose my lady parts. I dreaded losing my hair. I expected I’d lose some weight. But the loss I never anticipated? Many of my friends vanished.
And though I thought I had steeled myself for everything cancer and chemo would throw at me, I never saw that coming.
You’ll get a good laugh (and some pretty good grammar lessons) out of Weird Al Yankovic’s new parody.
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