INGREDIENTS FOR EACH WRAP:
1 regular size tortilla
dairy free cheese, grated
2 small corn tortillas
re fried pinto beans
Assemble each crunch wrap by stacking:
large regular tortilla –> cheese –> small corn tortilla –> beans –> guacamole –> lettuce –> second small corn tortilla –> more cheese –> fold, turn, fold, turn, fold, turn… more cheese to ‘seal’ closed.
Bake at 325 for 5-8 minutes, until warmed through and slightly crispy. Serve with dairy free sour cream and guacamole for dipping.
*Guacamole = mashed avocado, lemon juice, sea salt.
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An Australian couple in their 60's is making international headlines after breaking a world record by running a marathon-a-day in 2013.
Janette Murray-Wakelin, 64, and her husband Alan Murray, 68, of Melbourne, Australia set the new world record when they finished their 366th marathon on January 1, 2014. The couple achieved their challenge on a diet of raw fruits and vegetables, reportedly beginning their daily run at 5 a.m, and sustaining their energy throughout the day with fruit salads and smoothies. Additionally, the couple, who ran a total of 9776,75 miles in 2013, reportedly ate upwards of 30 bananas per day.
"We are healthier, more physically fit and have unlimited energy at beyond 60 years of age than in our earlier years,"
the couple wrote on their website RunningRawAroundAustralia.com that allows their fans to keep up with their adventures.
Murray-Wakelin told BBC's Today program that the purpose of her and her husband's goal was to "bring a really positive message […] about being responsible for your own health."
At age 52, Murray-Wakelin was diagnosed with breast cancer and told she only had a small amount of time left to live. Instead of undergoing chemotherapy, the endurance runner began an all raw, vegan diet and fitness regime, and within six months doctors reportedly told Murray-Wakelin that the cancer had completely disappeared from her body.
The couple also ran the perimeter of Australia to raise awareness for numerous charities that seek to promote healthy living, such as the Australian Paralympic Community, Kids Under Cover and the Gawler Foundation.
As the couple states on their Facebook page, their intent is to "inspire and motivate conscious lifestyle choices, to promote kindness and compassion for all living beings and to raise environmental awareness for a sustainable future."
Murray-Wakelin told the Sydney Morning Herald that her goals for 2014 are to write a book, make a documentary about her and her husband's runs, and tour Australia promoting a raw and vegan lifestyle. The inspirational runner added that she wants to show "how limitless the possibilities are, if you're in a state of optimum health."
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“If you are a feminist and are not a vegan, you are ignoring the exploitation of female non humans and the com- modification of their reproductive processes, as well as the destruction of their relationship with their babies;
Change your regular meals into low-fat vegan meals with the Vegetarian Starter Kit from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. Visit http://pcrm.org/ for a lot more information.
Children are the most visible victims of under-nutrition. Children who are poorly nourished suffer up to 160 days of illness each year. Poor nutrition plays a role in at least half of the estimated 10.9 million child deaths each year. Under-nutrition magnifies the effect of every disease, including measles and malaria.
Whom ever achieves victory over their body, exercises personal power. People who rule their nutrition also have the power to help change the social order of their world.