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Monday, January 30, 2017

The Issue: Abortions!

Women need to stop asking permission to use their bodies as they please - Society acts as though people are born slaves, rather than free people. Does society tell men, when they can or cannot tie their tubes? Or better yet; to stop masturbating, because they would be killing thousands of potential lives. Are there laws against masturbation and should there now be an adjustment to the way in which a mans life is affected by the new changes America's stance when it comes to abortions (which be the way affects the world). 

Comment below on which laws you think should now be instated worldwide for men as a consequence of women having no legal rights to terminate an unwanted pregnancy?

Law 1)


  • A man who is found to be the father of the child who is a result of rape or an abusive relationship, should be made to automatically have to pay the woman for psychological distress during and after the pregnancy, all her medical fees as well as child support fees. 
Law 2)
  • Men who walk out on women when they find out the woman is pregnant should be imprisoned for 5 years while also surrendering half of his net worth to the lady in order to help her take care of the child. Upon release the man should continue to pay the woman for both psychological distress as well as for the support of the child. 
Law 3)


  • Men should legally not be allowed to masturbate, as when they do it, they are murdering many potential lives. 
Comment below on which laws you think should now be instated worldwide for men as a consequence of women having no legal rights to terminate an unwanted pregnancy?


Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Mung bean the latest secret to healthy permanent weight loss after pregnancy...

Did you know that Mung Beans fights Obesity and helps with Weight Loss?

Because mung beans nutrition contains high levels of fiber and protein, they are one of the most filling foods there is. In a study published in the Journal of Nutrition, researchers observed that a single meal with high-fiber beans produced a two-fold greater increase in the satiety hormone called cholecystokinin when compared to meals that didn’t contain beans. 

Therefore, regularly eating mung beans can help with reducing food intake and boosting weight loss. 

Here are some additional benefit to Mung Beans: 


  • Can Help Decrease PMS Symptoms

Mung beans nutrition provides B vitamins, including vitamin B6 and folate, which are both important for controlling hormone fluctuations that can lead to PMS symptoms. B vitamins, folate and magnesium are useful for lowering the severity and pain associated with PMS cramps, headaches, mood swings, fatigue and muscle pains.


  • Easy to Digest Compared to Many Other Beans
While some people experience gas or bloating from eating beans, mung beans are considered one of the easiest beans to digest and can actually help with detoxification in some cases. Mung beans have many benefits for digestion due to their high fiber content — for example, they can help prevent IBS symptoms like constipation.

How to Use Mung Beans in Recipes

Sprouting, or germination, is thought to improve the nutritional and medicinal qualities of mung beans nutrition — making them easier to digest and tolerate — so always try to consume sprouted mung beans if you can.

In recent years, as researchers learn more about the importance of sprouting legumes, nuts and grains, studies show that the sprouts of mung beans – meaning the type that is edible after germination – have more obvious biological activities and more plentiful beneficial metabolites than unsprouted mung beans do. Sprouting helps biosynthetic enzymes to become activated during the stages of germination, which means mung beans nutrition become more absorbable by the human body.

Mung beans, which have the scientific species name Vigna radiate, appear in cuisines around the world, mostly in India, China, the Philippines and Korea. In India, split and peeled mung beans are traditionally used in the dish called dahl, which is a thick stew that is high in fiber and protein, yet low in calories. It’s a filling meal and is considered a staple in Indian cooking that is eaten multiple times per week for most families.

In Chinese cuisine, mung beans are also used to make pancakes or dumplings, combined with rice in stir- fries as a staple dish and even used in desserts. Whole mung beans are used to make tángshuǐ, a type of Chinese dessert which literally translates to “sugar water” because the beans are cooked with sugar, coconut milk and a little bit of ginger. They are also ground into a paste to form a popular type of ice cream and sorbet in Hong Kong.

Mung bean sprouts are made into a processed version of starch noodles that are most common in Asian cuisine. Mung beans have a much greater carbohydrate content (about 50–60 percent) than soybeans do, so they work well as flour and noodle products. Mung beans’ starch is the predominant carbohydrate in the legume and is why they are typically used for the production of starchy noodles, such as the kind called muk in Korea.

How To Cook Mung Beans

When buying mung beans, check for discolored or damaged mung beans and discard them before cooking since these can contain harmful bacteria. You can buy mung beans uncooked and choose to sprout them or to soak and cook them.

In sprouted form, try adding them to salads or sandwiches. Soaked and cooked mung beans will become tender and taste “al dente,” similar to a firm pasta. They are considered complexly flavored and hearty, making them a great addition to many comfort meals in order to add bulk and more nutrients. After cooking them, you can use mung beans to create hummus or dips, or puree them to thicken soups.

Instructions to cook dried mung beans:

Rinse the mung beans under cool running water, then add them to three cups of salted boiling water for every one cup of dried means (so a ratio of three parts water to one part beans).
Once boiling, bring the water back down to a low simmer and cover the beans.
Cook the mung beans until tender, about 45 minutes, if they are whole dried beans. Split or peeled mung beans take about 20 to 30 minutes to fully cook, so they are good option if you’re short on time.


Mung Bean Recipes

Mung beans are easy to add to recipes you’re probably already making, including adding them to soups, stews, salads, veggie burgers and stir-fries. Mung beans can also be made into porridges, confections, curries and even fermented to make alcoholic beverages.

This recipe below for Thai Spring Rolls is different and fun to try. Thai Spring Rolls are loved by all and loaded with vegetables, vitamins and fiber. Try this as an appetizer or larger meal by adding a side salad.

Thai Spring Rolls Recipe
Total Time: 15 minutes

Serves: 6-8

INGREDIENTS:

16 pieces of rice paper
2 cups cucumber
2 cups shredded lettuce
2 cups shredded carrots
2 red bell peppers, seeded and sliced very thin
1 cup mung bean sprouts
1 cup chopped fresh mint
1 cup chopped fresh basil
1 cup chopped fresh cilantro
1 small onion chopped
2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
Sea salt to taste
Warm water
DIRECTIONS:

Chop all vegetables and fresh herbs until uniform in size (1/4″ or smaller pieces).
Mix in bowl with remaining spices and balsamic vinegar.
Place warm water in a bowl. Soak rice paper in the water until soft.
Lay rice paper on a flat surface.
Place approximately 1/4 cup of the mixture on one end of the rice paper.
Begin Rolling, being careful to fold in sides as you progress.
Cut in half and serve cold.