I found this: https://theanimalrescuesite.greatergood.com/store/ars/item/33675/seamless-comfort-purple-paw-sports-bra?source=10-97809-1, does anyone know if that's any good and if they use plant dyes without animal testing?
P.S. I'm in Sweden, so US-centric advice... not very helpful! I really hope you can help me. I don't want to buy rabbit-eye-tested things, but I will if I can't find anything else.
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One question/complaint though: I have to pee, nonstop. I'm not drinking copious amounts of water, my one vice is a soy latte in the morning (not every day) and even on days when I'm not drinking coffee and I stay away from other diuretics/caffeine, I just incessantly have to use the restroom.
Is this my body adjusting to higher water intake from vegetables and something normal that will go away in time? I'm not eating an astounding amount of fruits and veggies--I'm balancing it out with grains like rice fairly evenly, so I'm not sure if there's something I should be adjusting to help with this.
I have to admit I wasn't the most hydrated person before this, so I'm not sure if my body is going through a phase of flushing extra water it's held or what. Just wondering if anyone has insight since it's starting to become an issue as I only have so much time to use the restroom at work.
Thanks for the help ahead of time guys :)
My stomach seems to be of an increasingly sensitive disposition so before I start gaining weight (for sports reasons, also hence the high protein) properly again I thought I’d look into how to best reduce my fibre intake. I can’t seem to find anything from google because it all seems to assume you struggle to eat 15g. I doubt I’ll ever get it to around 30g but I figure I may as well try to reduce it.
What is the healthiest way to do it? What can I swap for what while keeping my protein high? Any tips or pointer towards good info would be very appreciated
A pretty normal day of eating would be:
Shredded wheat, fruit, nuts, soy milk
2 Linda McCartney sausages, homemade oat protein bar
Lasanga (TVP, spinach, tomato, white pasta, soy milk based white sauce), broccilli
2 lentil & sietan burgers, corn on the cob
Chocolate/sweet of some sort
2 hummus sandwiches (brown bread), 2-3 bits of fruit
3000 calories, 150g protein, 65g fiber
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My dad has been looking for a hat like this (but vegan) for years now, with no luck. I know it's a small chance, but does anyone have any ideas for where one might be found?