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About Andrea Kladar

Andrea Kladar is the founder of the 100 FOR 100 Movement who led by example and ran 100 km to save 100 animals in 2013 placing first for women under 40 in the Canadian National Trail Championships and raising over $14,000 for charity. Andrea is not a professional athlete. She is a war refugee. She is a daughter, spouse and friend. She is a godmother and philanthropist. She is vegan and a finance professional who lives in Calgary, Canada. If Andrea can take on this challenge, so can you! Join the 100 FOR 100 Movement today!! Go to www.100for100.me to sign up now

How to make a vegan dish with just 3 ingredients

If you’re a person with an allergy to following complicated recipes like me, here’s a super quick vegan recipe that has 3 ingredients and takes no more than 5 minutes to make. For a domestically challenged person like me, the recipe … Continue reading

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How You Can Find Joy in Unexpected Places

My dear friends, welcome to the 100 FOR 100 Movement – running 100 km to save 100 animals. When you sign up for the challenge, you set out on a quest to get in great shape while helping the helpless … Continue reading

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Real plant-based “meat ” on the Today Show

The vegan future is closer than we think. The founders of Twitter and Bill Gates are investing millions of dollars in plant based products that look, smell and taste like meat and yet are cholesterol free and healthier than meat … Continue reading

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70% of Human Diseases Linked to Animal Agriculture

Source Veganomics A report by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) links 70% of human diseases to animal agriculture. The “World Agriculture – Changing Disease Landscapes” report published in December 2013 explains how population growth, agricultural expansion, and … Continue reading

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How to go plant-based in 3 easy steps – short video by Andrea and written instructions

Hello my dear friends and welcome to 100for100.me My name is Andrea Kladar and I’m the founder of the 100 FOR 100 movement – running 100 km to save 100 animals. This video was recorded in beautiful Mont Tremblant, Canada … Continue reading

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How to lose weight without losing your mind

Have you ever struggled to lose weight? Do you ever eat more than you intended? Do you occasionally have cravings you can’t control? Here are some answers to those questions and more importantly TIPS on how to overcome these challenges! … Continue reading

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It’s time to re-evaluate our relationship with animals: Lesli Bisgould at TEDxUofT

Are you against cruelty to animals? What that really means may surprise you. Watch this short TEDx Talk to find out why. This is truly a brilliant talk on the law’s view on animals. “Lesli Bisgould is Canada’s first animal rights … Continue reading

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Inspirational woman of the month – Andrea Kladar

Post by Inspirational Women. Our inspirational woman of the month is Andrea Kladar. Vegan, Animal Rights Activist, and Chartered Investment Manager from Canada, Ms. Kladar has had an inspirational life story. While she was still just a child, her neighborhood … Continue reading

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World Hunger, Sustainability, and Plant Based Food Systems

Dr. Oppenlander helps connect how what you choose to eat is contributing to people starving globally. He includes a model for solving world hunger as well as layers of sustainability in developing countries.    

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World Hunger, Sustainability, and Plant Based Food Systems

Dr. Oppenlander helps connect how what we choose to eat is contributing to people starving globally. He includes a model for solving world hunger as well as layers of sustainability in developing countries.  

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Protein Preaching: Misleading Messaging Drives High Meat and Dairy Consumption

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Is animal protein a life-enhancing elixir? From a young age, we’re taught it fosters health, growth, vitality, virility, and sometimes even weight loss. The alternative to getting plenty of it, we’re told, could be protein deficiency.…

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What is the 100 FOR 100 Movement?

100 FOR 100 movement – running 100 km to save 100 animals Join the movement! Go to http://www.100for100.me

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Philip Wollen: Animals Should Be Off the Menu debate

This is an incredible 10 min speech by Philip Wollen on why animals must be off the menu. Moving, powerful and a must watch for anyone who cares about our fellow live beings, be those human or nonhuman animals.

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Another reason to ditch dairy

In addition to the health concerns of consuming dairy, here is just one more (big) reason to ditch it. Calf rescue at E6 by Gentle Barn. Beautiful story – it will melt your heart to watch to the end

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Uprooting the leading causes of death

Death in America is largely a foodborne illness. Focusing on studies published just over the last year in peer-reviewed scientific medical journals, Dr. Greger offers practical advice on how best to feed ourselves and our families to prevent, treat, and … Continue reading

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Higher rate of cancer deaths among those that handle meat

Eating Outside Our Kingdom A higher rate of cancer deaths among those that handle and process meat is attributed to infection with viruses and chronic exposure to animal proteins.

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Jeff Novick, MS, RD, on being vegetarian

Growing up in a meat processing operation, Jeff Novick talks about his path to studying nutrition and becoming vegetarian (vegan):

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Past the Age of Miracles: Facing a Post-Antibiotic Age

The Director-General of the World Health Organization warns that we may be facing an end to modern medicine as we know it thanks in part to the mass feeding of antibiotics to farm animals to accelerate growth.   To view … Continue reading

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Modern warrior: Damien Mander, TED talk Sydney

Absolutely amazing TED talk by Damien Mander who was a marine and a ranger before he did something braver and bigger than most could ever dream of. Worth watching every minute of his enthralling talk at TED talks Sydney:

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People may still need (human) meat to survive

Recently I heard a friend of mine say that some people around the world still need to eat meat to survive. What kind of meat, I didn’t ask, but we do know that in some parts of the world the … Continue reading

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