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The foods we need to eat can be divided into five separate groups.

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(Includes bread, rice, pasta and potatoes)

- As I've already suggested, do make a contribution to an organization that benefits animalsand fights for their rights and for the implementation of better laws to protectthem. Again, don’t think that a little bit doesn’t count. Even as little asa few dollars, given to an animal shelter, for example, can buy some food ormedicine for the animals in their care, and may even save a life. Given toan Animal Rights organization, it will help them with their expenses in order toconduct their campaign against cruelty and injustice done to defenseless animals. Here again are some useful links, to select charitable organizations thatbenefit animals: For a list of no-kill shelters, provided by the"Save Our Strays" website, click For a list of animal sanctuaries, provided by the "Green People"website, click I also would like you to have this link to a list of many animal rightsorganizations, as provided by the "All Creatures" organizationwebsite: click

Energy, fibre, and vitamins and minerals

The bottom line, as I see it, is that, within the boundaries ofnon-violence and human dignity, we all, in any way possible, truly need to engage in animal rights activism(as in "don't just stand there, do something!"), to fight the injustices and horrors doneby Man to other species, particularly in the last few decades.

(Includes fresh, frozen, juiced, dried or tinned fruit and vegetables)

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So, how can we squeeze eating such a wide range of foods into one day? Lydia advises: "Try to base meals on starchy carbohydrates such as bread, pasta or potatoes. Include a range of different fruit and vegetables in your diet and try to have at least one to two portions with every meal. Including a moderate serving of protein-containing food is also important. Then choose adequate calcium sources, aiming for three portions of low-fat dairy or dairy alternatives daily."

Two to three portions (one portion is a small pot of yoghurt or glass of milk)

One portion (two biscuits or a small chocolate bar)

- Some of the products you use may be made bycompanies that perform animal testing. Although it is true that somepharmaceutical and chemical products in the US are required by law to be testedon animals, many companies that produceproducts that are not required by law to be tested on animals, such ascosmetics and household products, stillchoose to conduct such tests, and these are particularly the ones that I suggestthat we all boycott! There are manyalternatives to those products. Ifyou would like to be informed as to which companies do animal testing, click . For a list of companies that do not do animal testing, click .

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However, don’t overdo your water intake, which can also be dangerous. Rehydration needs to occur over time, not by overloading your system. The essential thing to remember is “little and often.” A small glass every hour throughout the day is far more beneficial enabling you to utilize the fluid appropriately instead of rejecting it through overload.

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is another food that gives us energy, whether it's the naturally occurring fructose sugars in fruit or sucrose in table sugar. But, "other sources of carbohydrate, for example starchy foods, are a better choice for the nutrients they provide", says Lydia Kelly, a specialist registered dietician who works for the NHS.