Meatout Mondays - Kick the Meat Habit One Day at a Time!
April 16, 2007
Very Berry Müesli

Berries taste great and they’re very good for you too! Since they are rich in antioxidants, they protect you against many types of cancer. Give this Very Berry Müesli recipe a try; like granola, it makes for a fulfilling breakfast or snack. The combination of nuts, dried fruit, and grains provides essential nutrients including potassium, iron, fiber, protein, and healthy Omega 3 essential fatty acids. Get creative with it and try preparing Müesli using your favorite nuts, fruits, and seeds.


2 cups rolled oats
1 1/2 cups nondairy milk (soy, rice, or almond milk)
1 peach or nectarine, diced
2 apricots or plums, diced
1 cup berries (raspberry, blackberry, blueberry, etc.)
1/2 cup sunflower seeds
1/2 cup chopped almonds
1/2 cup wheat germ (optional)


  1. Mix oats and nondairy milk together in large bowl.
  2. Set aside the mixture while you prepare fruit (you can also save in refrigerator overnight).
  3. Combine all ingredients.
  4. Eat immediately or refrigerate for later (will keep for several days).

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Mediterranean Delights

Are you ready for a revolutionary twist on traditional Mediterranean cuisine? Frummus is a line of hummus that’s wild, fruity, healthy and delicious. These fresh flavors are perfectly blended for a delectable fruit spread. Frummus is available in three exciting varieties: Cranberry Almond, Apple Cinnamon, and Peach Mango. The mouth-watering Cranberry Almond Frummus is prepared with freshly cooked chickpeas, sesame tahini, lemon juice, cranberries, almonds, and 100% all natural fruit juice concentrate.

Mediterranean Delights manufactures only the highest quality, all-natural, organic foods. In addition to their wide variety of hummus flavors, such as the Lemon Pepper or Spicy Peanut, they also manufacture whole grain salads including Quinoa Orange Salad and Curry Rice & Walnut Salad.

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Antioxidants for Eye Health

According to a recent study, a diet high in antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables helps ward off the onset of age related macular degeneration (AMD). Currently, more than 13 million Americans show signs of AMD, the leading cause of blindness in Americans aged 55 and older. The study, conducted by Harvard researchers, followed 934 people ages 67 - 71 and discovered that those who consumed higher levels of vitamin C, beta-carotene and antioxidants, had lower levels of AMD.

A great source of antioxidants is the berry. The blueberry, for instance, has been praised for its outstanding nutritional properties, containing the highest antioxidant power of the 20 most common fruits and berries.

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Get Active for the Planet

Is global warming a reality? Is it your responsibility? Can you influence on the planet’s destiny? Yes, yes, and yes! According to a recent report published by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, animal agriculture generates more greenhouse gas emissions than automobiles. The chief of FAO’s Livestock Information & Policy Branch stated: “Livestock are one of the most significant contributors to today’s most serious environmental problems. Urgent action is required to remedy the situation.”

With Earth Day right around the corner, this is your chance to make a difference! Educate your loved ones about the link between diet and global warming. Inspire them to make a change for the better by going veg! Request some our FREE colorful handouts (pictured above) and give them to your friends, family, associates, and anyone else who may be interested.

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