Lesson 50: Putting It All Together

Congratulations! You’ve made it all the way to lesson 50! In order to get your certificate, you must have completed all 50 exams correctly. In order to see your current progress please click here. When you’ve passed all the exams, let us know at customercare@veghealth.com . Email us and let us know: A.  The exact…

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Lesson 50.1 Recipe List

This Lesson contains a list of VegMastery Program Lessons that contain recipes. Printable Ebook Click here to download ALL the recipes as a 171-page printable ebook, in pdf format, where the recipes are divided into: • Main Dishes • Beans & Grains • Soups & Stews • Salads, Greens & Sides • Sauces, Dips, Dressings…

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Lesson 49: Fruit vs. Complex Carbs

During my time in the raw food community, I found that raw fooders loved fruit, but avoided grains, squashes, and potatoes. I learned that fruit is much easier to digest, because it’s already a simple sugar. Your body doesn’t have to break it down. I also learned that – except for very sweet fruits like…

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Lesson 49.2: Q&A Call and Homework Assignment

This week’s audio is Carbohydrate Showdown: Fruit vs. Complex Carbs with Suzanne Havala Hobbs, RD. When is eating fruit smarter than eating grains or root veggies? What nutrients are hard to obtain if you don’t eat grains? Why do some high GI foods have little effect on blood sugar? Do high GI foods increase your…

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Lesson 49.3: Q&A Transcript

Here is the Lesson 49 Q&A Transcript.

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Lesson 49.4: Open Book Exam

[private_Certificate Full 01]1) What foods should be avoided if one has an overgrowth of yeast? Vegetables Simple carbohydrates Fats Refined flours2) Many nutritionists recommend that ____ % of a balanced diet is carbohydrate. 25-45 35-55 45-65 55-753) Carbohydrates are found in all but what food listed below? Fruits Beans Milk Beef4) The following factor does…

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Lesson 48.92: Q&A Recording

This week’s Q&A recording is the Secrets To Savory Soups interview with Lenore Baum. Discover eight remarkable ways to stop beans from giving you flatulence. Learn to add instant flavor to a bland soup. Tips for freezing soups, what containers to use, and the best garnishings for adding color and flavor. Includes hearty, mouth watering soup recipes your whole…

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Lesson 48.93: Homework Assignment

Make one of the soups in this Lesson, especially one that you’ve never made before. You’ve been at this a while. Feel free to add ingredients of your choosing to make it your own! ** In the Comments below, all students may freely comment and any other student may reply. We review all comments, and…

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Lesson 48.94: Q&A Transcript

Here is the Lesson 48 Q&A Transcript.

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Lesson 48.95: Open Book Exam

[private_Certificate Full 01]1) Which of the following is a good way to minimize gastric distress when cooking beans? Before cooking, pick them over to remove small pebbles Use a pressure cooker Wash beans by placing them in a bowl, covering with water and rubbing between your hands Add kombu sea vegetable while cooking2) Which of…

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Lesson 47: Dental Health For Vegans and Vegetarians

There are two factors that can make your teeth vulnerable. The first is eating foods or beverages that coat your teeth with acid or sugar. The second is being deficient in key nutrients. The Impact of Acid on Your Tooth Enamel Your tooth enamel is made of an inorganic matrix predominantly filled with calcium salts.…

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Lesson 47.2: Addendum for Ovo-Lacto Vegetarians

Animal Sources of Vitamin D An egg yolk has approximately 25 IU of Vitamin D. However, this is affected by farm conditions. (See Lesson 4.5: Eggs.) 1 cup of fortified milk typically contains 100 IU, and ½ cup of fortified yogurt typically contains 40 IU. However, if you’re a strict vegetarian, beware that milk and…

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Lesson 47.4: Q&A Recording and Homework Assignment

This week’s Q&A recording is the Secrets To Healthy Teeth And Gums interview with Luz Zelaya, RDH Find out how your teeth are affected by the pH of your body and the fatty foods you eat. Discover five nutrients essential for strong teeth, and how to get plenty of them. Find out how the acids in oranges, grapefruits and…

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Lesson 47.5: Q&A Transcript

Here is the Lesson 47 Q&A Transcript.

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Lesson 47.6: Open Book Exam

[private_Certificate Full 01]1) Not getting enough vitamin K2 can result in… Osteoporosis Hiatal Hernia Atherosclerosis A and C2) Where does vitamin K2 come from? Animals convert vitamin K1 to vitamin K2 Bacteria convert vitamin K1 to vitamin K2 Leafy greens, when abundant in K1, also have K2 Animals and bacteria convert vitamin K1 to vitamin…

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Lesson 46: Thriving On A Raw Food Diet

When I got into raw foods around 1999, I was attracted to the recipes because they used whole foods instead of processed ingredients. For example, desserts were often made with dates instead of sugar, crusts were made with nuts instead of flour, and sandwiches were wrapped in collard greens instead of flat breads. All of…

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Lesson 46.85: Q&A Transcript

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Lesson 46.9: Open Book Exam

[private_Certificate Full 01]1) Which of the following contains the most calories? Sprouts Tomatoes Bananas Cashews2) Which of the following contains the most nutrition per calorie? Kale Apples Olives Cabbage3) The average stomach can hold approximately ____ pounds of food when full to capacity. 1 2 3 44) One medium sized banana has a total fructose…

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Lesson 45.3: Homework Assignment

The recorded Q&A for lesson 5 is here: http://www.veghealth.com/audio/10fats930.php If you want transcripts of all 50 Q&A calls, please visit www.veghealth.com/transcripts. We’d love your feedback on our recorded Q&A calls, too. So after listening to this Q&A, please rate and review it. This week, choose at least one day (preferably two) to track everything you…

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Lesson 45.4: Open Book Exam

[private_Certificate Full 01]1) How many calories should come from fat (for the average adult) according to the World Health Organization (WHO)? 0 to 10% 35 to 40% 30 to 35% 15 to 30%2) Which fatty acid is considered essential (can’t be manufactured in the body)? Palmitoleic aid Arachidonic acid Alpha-linolenic acid Stearic acid3) An example…

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