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11 Things That Can Happen When You Go Vegan for a Month

11 Things That Can Happen When You Go Vegan for a Month

Health
No surprise, with so many foods verboten: Some of your tried-and-true meal ideas won't fly. For some vegan newbies, that's a delight. "I like the challenge of thinking of how to make a meal. I’ve discovered new ingredients and don’t feel restricted,” says Abramian. “Personally, I think it’s exciting to try new foods,” agrees Rizzo. Others found their new high-maintenance path required a bit of adjustment. “The first few dinners at home I remember thinking, ‘What the hell am I going to eat?’" recalls Rob Mohr, an amateur Ironman triathlete and a vegan for four years. "After some recipe research, I figured out some go-to meals where vegetables are the center o...
Leigh Griffiths says his Celtic return is close after spending a month out of action for personal reasons

Leigh Griffiths says his Celtic return is close after spending a month out of action for personal reasons

Sports
comeback close The Scotsman dropped a major hint on social media that he is closing in on a comeback Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths has said he will soon be back scoring goals and lifting trophies for the Bhoys. The Scotsman has spent a month out of the game to seek professional help and deal with off-field issues. Leigh Griffiths has taken some time out of the game But he dropped a major hint on social media that he is closing in on a comeback. Griffiths retweeted a supportive message from a Celtic fan which featured a video of him lifting silverware and scoring goals for club and country. In response to the video, he tweeted: “Not long before I’m back doing all this!” On Sunday, the 28-year-old said he was off work “...
It's been a rough month for stocks. Take these steps to safeguard your portfolio

It's been a rough month for stocks. Take these steps to safeguard your portfolio

Finance
Many investors are breathing a sigh of relief following Monday's market rout and subsequent rally. That doesn't mean you should get too comfortable just yet. Even as the Dow Jones Industrial Average has gained about 650 points in the past two days, it is still down 5.1 percent for October. That makes it the worst month since January 2016. The S&P 500 has dropped 6.9 percent this month, the worst since September 2011. Financial experts emphasize that does not mean you should panic. But you should double check your strategy. ...
Crude oil stays steady with Iranian sanctions just a month away

Crude oil stays steady with Iranian sanctions just a month away

Business
Oct. 5 (UPI) -- Crude oil prices stayed steady Friday after a volatile week that saw the highest prices in four years.WTI crude was up 26 cents to $ 74.59 a barrel in mid-day trading while Brent was up 9 cents to trade at $ 84.67 a barrel. "Fundamental dynamics have shifted in favor of the bears this week with a huge build in commercial crude oil stocks and news that Saudi Arabia and Russia made a private agreement weeks ago to increase output to help offset the declining exports from Iran," said Tyler Richey, co-editor of the Stevens Report. On Nov. 4, sanctions will go into effect that will prohibit countries from buying Iranian crude oil. The Trump administration wants to cut off money from the Iranian regime to pressure the leaders back into a new nuclear agreement. Oil prices are up...
BMW to shut factory for a month after Brexit day

BMW to shut factory for a month after Brexit day

Business
Car giant BMW will shut its main British manufacturing factory immediately after Brexit day next year for several weeks, because of the rising risk of a "no-deal" divorce, Sky News has learned. The Mini plant in Oxford will not produce cars for at least a month from 1 April 2019, as the German giant activates the next stage of its no-deal contingency plans.During the referendum campaign, a number of high profile Leave campaigners claimed that an exit deal with the EU was inevitable because BMW would lobby German Chancellor Angela Merkel for one.David Davis, who later went on to become Brexit secretary, claimed in February 2016 that the UK is "too valuable a market for Europe to shut off". Image: Ex-Brexit Secretary David Davis sa...