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The Most Laid-Back Guide to Going Vegetarian You’ll Ever Read by Matt Frazier

It went well and I had a great time, but in hindsight, I realize the topic I chose was a tough one.

I spoke about the “no-pressure approach” to vegetarianism that I take with No Meat Athlete. Instead of trying to persuade people that they should go vegetarian (and now, dammit!), I’d much rather just set an example that people can choose to follow or learn from if they’d like. I’ve just never been one for confrontation, and I hope my writing here reflects that.

But after I was done speaking, I thought to myself: Boy, that would have been so much easier if I had just talked about the same stuff I write on the site. 

And so I got to thinking — what’s the gist of my message?

That’s when I got the idea for a series of posts that I should have written long ago. This is the first post in that series, the heart of the message I want to spread about vegetarianism (future installments will be about running and healthy eating, I think).

And as it turns out, it’s pretty much a demo of what I talked about in NYC. So that works out. 🙂

“Should” you go vegetarian?

I’d be lying if I said I didn’t want you to go vegetarian or vegan. Compassion for animals was big part of my reason for doing so, and so I’d love it if nobody ate them.

But I’m not going to tell you what’s best for you. That’s for you to decide.

Is a plant-based diet healthier than an omnivorous one?

Tough one.

I believe I’m a lot healthier now that I’m vegan. It forces me to avoid fast food and countless other convenient, but unhealthy, foods that I used to eat. So in my mind, there’s no question that a well-planned plant-based diet is healthier than the standard (terrible) American diet.

But how about compared to a whole-foods diet that happens to include a small amount (say, 10% of calories) of meat, maybe a little dairy? Honestly, I’m not convinced that one is clearly healthier than the other.

There’s a lot of science that says a plant-based diet is better. And there are plenty of people who claim that this science is bunk.

To me, it’s not clear that one diet is necessarily healthier than the other. I’m fine to call it a tie. I just know that passing up a McDonald’s is way easier for me now than it was before I was vegetarian, and as a result, I make so much more of my own food than I used to, and eat so many more fruits and vegetables than before. For that aspect, I like it.

Is a plant-based diet better for sports?

I got faster when I went vegetarian, so much so that I took over 10 minutes off my previous marathon and qualified for Boston on my first attempt after I changed my diet.

But I also changed the way I trained, so I can’t say for sure how big a role each change played. I can say that I lost 5-10 pounds when I went vegetarian, and I believe that was a huge factor in getting faster.

Brendan Brazier and Scott Jurek have both told me they believe they recover from workouts better on a plant-based diet than on

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How To Kiss Someone Well, In 8 Tongue-Tying Steps By Vanessa Marin

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Top 10 Jewelry Gifts for Valentine’s Day By Overstock

If you are looking to give your partner a truly romantic gift on Valentine’s Day, consider jewelry. The great thing about jewelry is the variety and versatility available. Whether she’s a laid-back adventurer or a luxury brand connoisseur, your Valentine is likely to appreciate the thought that you put into finding her the perfect piece of jewelry that suits her style. Though there are many choices out there, consider one of these top 10 jewelry gifts.
5 different Valentine's Day watches

Best Jewelry for Valentine’s Day:

 

Pink gold heart ring

1. Heart Rings

While your partner may appreciate rings of all shapes and sizes, heart-shaped rings are the perfect women’s ring to gift your Valentine. Envelop her finger with a sterling silver, diamond, or precious stone in the shape of love. Sizing and style are both important, so determine her ring size and find a design that she can love wearing for years to come.


Rose gold dangle earrings

2. Dangle Earrings

A beautiful pair of dangle earrings can transition from day to night, making them an ideal earring setting. If your Valentine prefers subtle jewelry styles, find a pair that is round, short, and a solid metal such as sterling silver or gold. For those who like their jewelry to pop, choose designs that feature sparkle, length, and vibrant colors.


Rose gold and silver heart neckalce

3. Heart Necklaces

Heart-shaped necklaces styles vary by metal, stone, and setting, and prices range from affordable to high-end. Some common designs include pendants and chains, and they come in different lengths such as choker, mid-length princess, and extra-long opera.


Diamond and silver tennis bracelet

4. Diamond Tennis Bracelets

A diamond tennis bracelet is a beautiful and simple piece of women’s jewelry that makes a special Valentine’s Day present. The color of the setting metal can range from yellow gold to platinum, and this determines how the bracelet’s diamonds appear. Diamonds with a slight yellow or beige tint match perfectly with a yellow or rose gold setting. Also, consider the clarity and uniformity of the diamonds.


Silver pearl ring

5. Pearl Jewelry

Pearls are sometimes called “teardrops of the moon” and symbolize innocence and purity. Some claim that they can even produce a calming effect. For a classically feminine look, buy a strand of pearls to wear as a necklace. This natural jewel comes in a variety of colors and shapes as unique as your significant other.


Best Luxury Watches for Valentine's Day

6. Luxury Watches

Gift your partner a watch that combines form and function. Luxury watches are made from precious metals and adorned with diamonds and other stones. If your Valentine spends Saturdays by the pool, look for water-resistance. The type of watch crystal, construction, and movement are other components to consider when in the market for a timepiece.


Best Engagement Rings for Valentine's Day

7. Engagement Rings

It’s no secret that Valentine’s Day is one of the most popular days to “pop the big question.” Look for an engagement ring size, metal, and setting that suit her personality, like a nature-inspired or a vintage design. Go traditional with a round diamond ring or unique with a large marquise emerald ring. Remember that an engagement ring is a piece of jewelry that symbolizes your life together, so choose with your heart.


Best Birthstone Jewelry for Valentine's Day

8. Birthstone Jewelry

Show your Valentine that you know and appreciate all the traits that make her who she is with a piece of birthstone jewelry. Your Valentine is likely to appreciate a beautiful set of diamond earrings, an amethyst necklace, or an emerald tennis bracelet to showcase her birth month as well as your good taste in women’s jewelry.


Best Cubic Zirconia Jewelry Gifts for Valentine's Day

9. Cubic Zirconia

For budget-minded shoppers looking for high design without the

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14 things you didn’t know about Valentine’s Day – including why ‘x’ symbolises a kiss! By Jennifer Ebert

We’ve got 14 ‘who knew?’ facts about February 14

We all know that Valentine’s Day (also known as Feast of Saint Valentine) is celebrated on February 14th to show our loved ones how much they are adored.

But who was St. Valentine? Why do we send chocolates? Where does the red rose tradition come from? We’ve done some digging and found all the facts you need to know about the big day…

Valentine's Day facts

1. Where did Valentine’s Day come from?

The most popular theory says that Emperor Claudius II didn’t want Roman men to marry during wartime, but a chap called Bishop Valentine went against his wishes and performed secret weddings.

2. Why is it celebrated on February 14?

In 1537, King Henry VII officially declared February 14 as the holiday of St. Valentine’s Day – and it has stuck ever since.

3. Why are red roses traditional?

Valentine's Day facts

The red rose was the favourite flower of Venus – the Roman goddess of love.

Related: Why you should NEVER send yellow roses on Valentine’s Day if you want to impress your lover

4. When was the first Valentine’s Day card sent?

Valentine's Day facts

The Duke of Orleans sent the earliest Valentine’s card to his wife whilst he was a prisoner in the Tower of London in the 15th century.

5. Why does an ‘X’ symbolise a kiss?

People in

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