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diet

in Scots practice
1 the date fixed by a court for hearing a case.
2 a single session of a court.

DIET. An assembly held by persons having authority to manage the public affairs of the nation. In Germany, such assemblies are known by this name:

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If I can show people that you can easily recreate certain foods using plant-based ingredients, I hope it will persuade people to take up a vegan diet," he said.
The VB6 diet, which advocates eating a vegan diet before 18:00, became the fad diet to follow after New York Times food writer Mark Bittman published his book last year.
A vegan diet soothes the conscience that we have repressed regarding this issue, by giving ourselves weak alibis saying "that's the circle of life", or simply "But it tastes so good".
It has become increasingly clear that vegetarian and vegan diets offer many benefits.
The leap from these propositions to the notion that a vegan diet is incontestably what every person should adopt and that human beings must logically see themselves as caretakers of animals in the wild and, presumably, abjure any effort to domesticate them or use them for human ends, is false.
She said: "A vegan diet does tend to be relatively restrictive.
Although studies involving vegans are still rare, an increasing number of people are choosing to follow a vegan diet for ethical and/or health reasons.
If you're interested in a vegan diet, be sure to consult with a dietitian to make sure you get enough protein and other necessary nutrients.
Scott Jurek's achievements, according to another website No Meat Athlete Run on Plants, have placed him squarely at the top of the ultrarunning world as a shining example of what's possible with a vegan diet.
At the end of six months, individuals on the vegan diet lost more weight than the other two groups by an average of 4.
She maintains that a vegan diet is the key to delicious, nutritious, low-cost meals, which ultimately lead to reduced health care costs as well.