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#‎Veganism‬ on a ‪#‎Global‬ Scale?

By, Monclair Student Diplomat Stephanie Londono

(Questions that might arise on what veganism can mean to those not part of the Western world) & Where do we draw the line between sustainability & morality when it comes to having compassion for the animals we view as food? — Read MORE —

http://diplomatartist.com/veganism-on-a-globalscale/

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By, Susan Sacirbey – Diplomat Artist Buzz: I am a Type I diabetic, on the thin side & physically active, who developed diabetes in my early thirties, not as a juvenile. In my case, this auto-immune disease was triggered by an infection — Read More —

11-14-2012diabetesday
World Diabetes Day focuses on healthy eating as an important component of both preventing & treating diabetes. Healthy eating & regular exercise can prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes & are important in managing all types of diabetes, the Secretary-General said. It is crucial that education, mindset to AFFORDABLE life choices are available to meet nutrition & health needs for all.
http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=49335#.VGZV0oeBHLc

On World Diabetes Day, Ban Urges Greater Access to Healthy Foods, Physical Activity

Message from an insulin-dependent diabetic: Diabetes is not a death sentence. With proper diet, exercise, & correct medications, a full & happy life is possible. Non-diabetics would also be healthier adhering to diabetics’ food & exercise regimen.

A Killer in your Fridge – Sweet Poison

FRIENDS: I am an insulin-dependent diabetic & well acquainted with sugar-free sodas & products. Please READ this & share with friends & colleagues. ASPARTAME is a killer & responsible for MS, systemic lupus, neurological, fibromyalgia symptoms for many. There is correlation to Gulf War Syndrome. Aspartame may even cause weight gain. — Susan Sacirbey

Watch Film Report: GOOD NUTRITION IN AN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY
Nutrition choices are more important than ever & in this film report from the World Health Organization (WHO), the UN’s primary health institution stresses healthy options for aging to mothers to infant.
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/movie/good-nutrition-in-an-international-economy/31540Image

Blog Report: MORE PEOPLE SUFFER FROM OBESITY/POOR DIETS THAN HUNGER? By Ambassador Mo
“While over 900 million people in the world suffer from hunger, even more – about 1.5 billion – are overweight or obese, & an estimated 2 billion suffer from micronutrient malnutrition including vitamin A, iron, or iodine deficiency,” according to Food & Agriculture Organization’s (FAO) Nutrition & Consumer Protection Division, Barbara Burlingame, in Sustainable Diets and Biodiversity. –MORE–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/more-people-suffer-from-obesitypoor-diets-than-hunger/55441Image