Vegetarian Bodybuilding

V3 Plant-based Fitness

Chris Willitts, creator of V3 has been in the bodybuilding and vegetarian for over 20 years and 10 years respectively. He was inspired to launch his vegetarian bodybuilding platform having seeing the need the vegetarianism is an effective tool to be applied in the bodybuilding industry. He majored in flexibility, strength, and mind-body interrelation. Having switched to the plant-based diet he included meditation. V3 Vegetarian Bodybuilding System is a combination of Chris advice and science on how to eat in line with one's fitness goals, infusing the whole program with mind-body awareness. The system is designed not only for vegetarians, but semi-vegetarians, part-time vegetarians, vegans, or undecided. The V3 Bodybuilding system is a self-guided system the does not include one-on-one coaching. The V3 has been deliberated upon by top plant-based fitness experts in the industry before coming up with something that has an assurance of getting positive results to the general populace. The V3 Bodybuilding System is not an eBook. It is actually a membership-based online resource (which some parts of the worksheet are available for download as PDFs). This product is easy to understand and it is newbie friendly that do not require any level of technical skills. Read more...

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The universal tree of life

Perhaps the most startling observation is that, within Eucarya, the fungi are more closely related to the animals than to the plants, and this has been confirmed in several analyses. This poses a moral dilemma for vegetarians should they eat mushrooms or not

Jahovah Witness and Patients Rights in Transfusion Medicine

Many accepted standard medical practices at present might be judged as practices that against religious belief. In addition to Jahovas witness, there are also other examples including autopsy examination and preparation for Halal drink and food for the Muslim or preparation for vegetarian food for the strict Mahayana Buddhist vegans. Physician should aware any medical practices that might against the religious belief for these patient. The system as making understanding and giving knowledge on the patient self-selected therapeutic option due to his her rights must be followed.

Transitional Animal

A reverence for all life is implemented in a few of the religions of the planet Earth - for example, among the Jains of India. And something like this idea is responsible for vegetarianism, at least in the minds of many practitioners of this dietary constraint. But why is it better to kill plants than animals

The Lizards Of Pod Mrcaru

And what were the differences between the two island populations, differences that had taken a mere thirty-seven years or so to evolve * Well, the Pod Mrcaru lizards - the 'evolved' population - had significantly larger heads than the 'original' Pod Kopiste population longer, wider and taller heads. This translates into a markedly greater bite force. A change of this kind typically goes with a shift to a more vegetarian diet and, sure enough, the lizards of Pod Mrcaru eat significantly more plant material than the 'ancestral' type on Pod Kopiste. From the almost exclusive diet of insects (arthropods, in the terms of the graph opposite) still enjoyed by the modern Pod Kopiste population, the lizards on Pod Mrcaru had shifted to a largely vegetarian diet, especially in summer. Why would an animal need a stronger bite when shifting to a vegetarian diet Because plant, but not animal, cell walls are stiffened by cellulose. Herbivorous mammals like horses, cattle and elephants have great...

Converging on the ultimate

Neanderthal Burial

Concerning dentistry, one of the most spectacular examples involves an offshoot of the australopithecines. They are characterized by huge grinding teeth (appropriately called megadontic) and the associated development of a massive jaw musculature. This evolutionary excursion, into what is generally agreed to be serious vegetarianism, actually arose independently at least twice, and perhaps three times.248 These robust australopithecines are instructive because of what they tell about the realities of evolution and the rules of convergence. The first time these powerful teeth were developed (in Paranthropus aethiopicus) is correlated with a massive accentuation of two sets of jaw muscles, specifically depending on the deployment of the posterior temporalis and anterior masseter. On the second occasion when the robust habit emerged (in Paranthropus robustus and P. boisei), one of these muscles had already become reduced so that the grinding process largely depended on the action of the...

Why Study Sauropodomorphs

Marsh is still correct as far as size is concerned some sauropodomorphs evolved into the largest animals that ever dwelled on land, and some may have weighed more than 50 tonnes. Because all sauropodomorphs seemingly were vegetarians, they would have included the largest terrestrial herbivores that ever lived. Their unparalleled gigantism presents an interesting puzzle for evolutionary scientists. What sorts of genetic and environmental factors caused selection for this body size in some lineages, beginning in the Late Triassic and continuing through the Late Cretaceous Additionally, the impact of these huge herbivores on Mesozoic plants and their ecosystems must have been considerable. What types of plants could they have eaten that would have grown back quickly enough to sustain subsequent generations Lastly, their mere movement over the land would have caused noticeable changes to the habitat. The closest modern model to the ecological and physical impact of sauropods is a herd of...

Scavenging And Hunting

Humans share a common herbivorous, or plant-eating, ancestor with living apes and early hominins were mostly vegetarians who ate fruit, nuts, tubers (roots), and also ate insects like termites. Like other herbivorous mammals, including monkeys and apes, humans cannot synthesize vitamin C an unnecessary skill with a diet comprised of vitamin C-rich vegetable matter. But the drastic shift in hominin brain and body size around 2 Mya is linked to a shift in diet toward carnivory. Scavenging and hunting during the hot daytime hours on the East African savannah is a significant component of the evolution of the suite of characters that differentiated early Homo from australopiths and Paranthropus and eventually led to humans.

Giving birth to convergence

Song, the birth of live young, and warm-bloodedness, not to mention that honorary mammal, the New Zealand kiwi, all provide compelling examples of convergence that show how features we associate with the mammals are more widespread and may, therefore, reasonably be expected to emerge elsewhere. Nor do the examples end here. Mammalian dentition is well known for its complexity. Earlier, we encountered the convergent evolution of the massive canines in the sabre-toothed cats and marsupial thylacosmilids. In addition to the canines, most mammals have nibbling teeth (incisors) and the familiar battery of molars for grinding or shearing.181 That this dentition makes sophisticated food processing possible has no doubt contributed to the evolutionary success of the mammals. In contrast, the dentition of the reptiles is much simpler. Typically it consists of a sharp array of pointed teeth, and if there is any difference along the length of the jaw it is usually only one of relative size....

Paranthropus Robust Australopiths

There is no clear explanation for why Paranthropus went extinct about 1 Mya. It is intriguing that a group of small bipedal vegetarians would go extinct just as taller, carnivorous H. erectus was spreading across the Old World. What a striking parallel to the present-day vanishing of great apes in the presence of humans.

How New Species Are Born

Something like the following history. The two sub-populations of Protamnio darwinii somehow became separated from each other, most likely by a geographical barrier such as a strip of sea separating two islands, or separating an island from a mainland. It could have been a mountain range that separated two valleys, or a river separating two forests two 'islands' in the general sense I defined. All that matters is that the two populations were isolated from one another for long enough so that, when time and chance eventually reunited them, they found they had diverged so much that they couldn't interbreed any more. How long is long enough Well, if they were subject to strong and contrasting selection pressures, it could be as little as a few centuries, or even less. For example, an island might lack a voracious predator that prowled the mainland. Or the island population might have shifted from an insectivorous to a vegetarian diet, like the Adriatic lizards of Chapter 5. Once again, we...

Dramatis Dinosaurae

Dinosaurs and rock stars make unlikely bedfellows. The serendipitous intersection of these organisms takes us back to the island of Madagascar. Our crew of Americans, Canadians, and Malagasy was excavating in a quarry known to us as 93-18, being the eighteenth site found during the 1993 field season. Despite its lackluster name, 93-18 is the most important fossil locality ever found on the Red Island. This remote hole in the ground near the village of Berivotra in northwestern Madagascar has been the primary focus of several expeditions, yielding remains of dinosaurian heavyweights and featherweights, carnivores and vegetarians, as well as various ancient birds, crocodiles, snakes, lizards, and turtles.

Symmes Holes

After passing through the Arctic Circle into a tropically warm polar climate, the adventurers enter the hollow earth. The inhabitants of the earth's core are humanoid and described as gentle vegetarians. They reject material possessions in favor of the wealth of the soul. Because of their virtuous nature, the internals possess great intelligence and have little need for sleep. They are extremely attractive, with beautiful white skin. They also have great physical strength. The government is democratic and women are granted equal status with men. In many ways they seem to exist in a Garden of Eden, like humanity before the fall from grace.

Synapsids

Old Maps Featherstone West Yorkshire

Around 6 million years ago, as grassland replaced forests, the ancestors of humans moved out onto the plains, and in doing so acquired an upright stance, freeing their upper limbs for carrying food or tools. The earliest of these upright, grassland-dwelling apes were the australopithecines. Footprints have been found in ash falls dated at around 4 million years old, and the oldest well-preserved skeletons, of Australopithecus afarensis, are dated at 3.2 million years ago. Australopithecines evolved in two different ways, towards heavily built vegetarians with small brains, and towards more lightly built omnivores who used simple tools and communal behavior for survival. The more robust lineage is usually known as Paranthropus. Various species of Paranthropus have been identified in Africa, and it is likely that groups of these large vegetarians coexisted with our direct ancestors. The less robust strand of Australopithecus evolved into the genus Homo (Fig. 11.10). This genus evolved...

Diapsids

Sauropods also evolved from the theropod lineage and share with them the more primitive lizard-hipped pelvic pattern. They were vegetarians like the bird-hipped dinosaurs, but evolved a different strategy for acquiring and processing the tough vegetation of the Mesozoic. These are the group of dinosaurs that evolved to extremely large size, often in excess of 20 m in length and 50 tonnes in weight.

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