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Archive for May, 2011

Visit JCC Green Festival 26 – 29 May



Visit Jakarta Convention Center Green Festival managed by DNPI from 26 – 29 May 2011, come to our SMTV booth (in front of Metro TV), get a free Peace Book, ‘from Crisis to Peace – the Organic Vegan Way is the Answer’ by Supreme Master Ching Hai. And grasp some vegan snacks for free tasting from our vegan girls and boys at the counter.

(Kunjungi Jakarta Convention Center Festival Lingkungan Hidup yang dikelola oleh DNPI dari tgl 26 – 29 Mei, 2011, datang ke gerai SMTV ( di depan Metro TV), dapatkan gratis Buku Damai, ‘dari Krisis menuju Damai – Vegan Organik adalah Jawabannya’ oleh Maha Guru Ching Hai. Dan ambil juga beberapa kudapan vegan untuk disantap gratis dari para counter staff vegan kami)

World Vegan World Peace (Dunia Vegan Dunia Damai)


http://www.suprememastertv.com/worldvegan/

(Bahasa Indonesia di Bagian Bawah)

Videoconference with Supreme Master Television staff Los Angeles, California, USA – April 27, 2011

Supreme Master Ching Hai: I sincerely, earnestly call on all members of spiritual orders from different groups, different belief system: please do meditate whenever you can, the longer the better, for the sake of protecting our planet with your positive energy.

Meditate and Pray

World Meditation Hours:

A: 05:00 – 06:00 CET

B: 10:00 – 11:00 CET

C: 13:00 – 14:00 CET

D: 21:00 – 22:00 CET

W.V.W.P.

http://www.suprememastertv.com/ina/worldvegan/

Konferensi video dengan staf Supreme Master Television, Los Angeles, Kalifornia, AS – 27 April 2011Maha Guru Ching Hai: Saya dengan tulus dan sungguh-sungguh menyerukan kepada semua anggota ordo spiritual dari berbagai kelompok, berbagai sistem kepercayaan: mohon bermeditasilah apabila Anda bisa, semakin lama semakin baik, demi melindungi planet kita dengan energi positif Anda.

Dunia Vegan, Dunia Damai.

Meditasi dan Berdoa

Jam Meditasi Dunia

A: 10:00 – 11:00 WIB (Jakarta)

B: 15:00 – 16:00 WIB (Jakarta)

C: 18:00 – 19:00 WIB (Jakarta)

D: 02:00 – 03:00 WIB (Jakarta)

D.V.D.D.

 

Veg at lower risk for metabolic syndrome


Vegetarians at lower risk for metabolic syndrome

Sara Best on 5/02/2011 02:53:00 PM |

A recent study by researchers at Loma Linda University showed that vegetarians had a 36% lower prevalence of metabolic syndrome compared with people who ate animals.

Good news, except, what the heck is metabolic syndrome?

Well, according to Wikipedia, metabolic syndrome is a combination of disorders that, when mixed together, dramatically increase the risk of heart disease and diabetes. Metabolic syndrome affects about one in five Americans and seems to be brought on by factors such as stress, obesity, a sedentary lifestyle and now – according to the new Loma Linda University Adventist Health Study 2 – perhaps an animal-based diet.

The study found that 25% of vegetarians (people who ate meat, poultry or fish less than once a month) had metabolic syndrome.  That number increased to 37% for semi-vegetarians (people who ate fish regularly and other meats less than once a month) and to 39% for non-vegetarians.

“Trending toward a plant-based diet is a sensible choice,” said Gary Fraser, MD, PhD, principal investigator of the study.

The Adventist Health Study 2 is a long-term study of the health of 96,000 Seventh-Day Adventist across the United States and Canada—this particular study focused on a random sampling of 700 participants.

I find it interesting to note that, despite the fact those who avoided meat were less likely to end up with metabolic syndrome, still a full 25% of those vegetarians who participated in the study had the disease.

It’s a good reminder that a vegetarian diet is not necessarily a healthy diet.

Sara Best | @shbest
Sara was literally born into the animal welfare movement. While growing up, her father worked with various organizations on campaigns from the Canadian seal hunt to the slaughter of dogs in the Philippines to the ivory trade in Africa. Eventually, Sara became involved in animal protection projects herself. Now she is a writer living near Toronto, a mom to two little omnivores and married to one dedicated carnivore. Visit Sara’s blog.
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