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@theveganterrorist Been feeling any digesting issues, skin problems, rheumatic pains? Having a weak immunity, don’t feel well? Can’t get it up, sex drive low or seeking your genitelia to taste sweeter? 🤷🏽‍♂️😘Maybe time to come over & try some of these delicious fruits! ~ Drinking 1 oz of water per 1 lb of weight helps the withdrawals, headaches, & reduces hunger. ~ Here’s some of the fruits nuts & seeds I’ll be eating below. I’ll be staying away from canned and seedless fruit. Included some Spanish to help your chances finding these fruits! - Also check out my previous post for how to get CHEAPER produce ;) ~ Use the hashtag octoberfruitchallenge for all your pictures. Joining @sofreakinvegan so give her a follow! ~ Fruits- frutas que no sean en latas o sin semillas. Apples-manzanas – (Crab o Malay-Otaheite) Bananas-platanos – (Baby o Burro) Berries-bayas – (all varieties-todas variedades, Elderberries-sauco (All forms- en cualquier forma) Blackberries- moras, Mulberries, Raspberries included) – (NO cranberries) Cacao Cantaloupe-melon Cherries – (red-black- rojas-negro) Cherimoya-Chirimoya Currants- grosellas (black-negros) Dates- datiles Figs - higos Grapes-uvas (seeded-con semillas) Key Limes-Limón Indio (seeded) Mamoncillo-Spanish lime-Quenepa-Guinep Mango – (natural) Mangosteen (purple garcinia mangostana) Melons-melones - cualquier (seeded-con semillas) Orange-naranja agria (Seville-Sour-Bitter only) Papayas* Peaches*-melocoton Pear*- pera Plums-June Plum-ciruela Prickly Pear (Cactus Fruit)-xoconostle Prunes- ciruela pasa Raisins-pasas (seeded-con semillas) Sapodilla-Naseberry Sapote (Mamey) Soft Jelly Coconuts- coco – (fresh-young-green-fresco- joven- verde) Soursop-Guanábana-Custard Apple – (Latin or West Indian markets) Sugar Apple-Sweetsop Tamarind-tamrindo + Nuts and Seeds nuez y semillas) Brazil Nuts Hazelnuts- avellana Hemp Seeds-cañamo Raw Sesame Seeds- sesamo – (Tahini) Walnuts – (black varieties too) ~ EXTRA: If you wanna try some herbs on your fast to experience a even DEEPER cleanse, Click here 33herbss & read the caption from the first post on the album. ~ & As always here: OCTO BER FRUIT CHALLENGE!! CONSUME Water and all fruits!! Nuts, seeds, and greens In moderation Meat, dairy, & Eggs! Processed &Cooked foods @thevegantere iyt @theveganterrorist Been feeling any digesting issues, skin problems, rheumatic pains? Having a weak immunity, don’t feel well? Can’t get it up, sex drive low or seeking your genitelia to taste sweeter? 🤷🏽‍♂️😘Maybe time to come over & try some of these delicious fruits! ~ Drinking 1 oz of water per 1 lb of weight helps the withdrawals, headaches, & reduces hunger. ~ Here’s some of the fruits nuts & seeds I’ll be eating below. I’ll be staying away from canned and seedless fruit. Included some Spanish to help your chances finding these fruits! - Also check out my previous post for how to get CHEAPER produce ;) ~ Use the hashtag octoberfruitchallenge for all your pictures. Joining @sofreakinvegan so give her a follow! ~ Fruits- frutas que no sean en latas o sin semillas. Apples-manzanas – (Crab o Malay-Otaheite) Bananas-platanos – (Baby o Burro) Berries-bayas – (all varieties-todas variedades, Elderberries-sauco (All forms- en cualquier forma) Blackberries- moras, Mulberries, Raspberries included) – (NO cranberries) Cacao Cantaloupe-melon Cherries – (red-black- rojas-negro) Cherimoya-Chirimoya Currants- grosellas (black-negros) Dates- datiles Figs - higos Grapes-uvas (seeded-con semillas) Key Limes-Limón Indio (seeded) Mamoncillo-Spanish lime-Quenepa-Guinep Mango – (natural) Mangosteen (purple garcinia mangostana) Melons-melones - cualquier (seeded-con semillas) Orange-naranja agria (Seville-Sour-Bitter only) Papayas* Peaches*-melocoton Pear*- pera Plums-June Plum-ciruela Prickly Pear (Cactus Fruit)-xoconostle Prunes- ciruela pasa Raisins-pasas (seeded-con semillas) Sapodilla-Naseberry Sapote (Mamey) Soft Jelly Coconuts- coco – (fresh-young-green-fresco- joven- verde) Soursop-Guanábana-Custard Apple – (Latin or West Indian markets) Sugar Apple-Sweetsop Tamarind-tamrindo + Nuts and Seeds nuez y semillas) Brazil Nuts Hazelnuts- avellana Hemp Seeds-cañamo Raw Sesame Seeds- sesamo – (Tahini) Walnuts – (black varieties too) ~ EXTRA: If you wanna try some herbs on your fast to experience a even DEEPER cleanse, Click here 33herbss & read the caption from the first post on the album. ~ & As always here

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Regrann from @elders.and.ancestors - But I would tell you that if you really want to know what has become of the Taino, and you are in the Caribbean, all you need to do is look around you. Odds are that someone in your village has Taino DNA in their veins. I can say this because back in 2003, a biologist named Juan C. Martínez Cruzado did a DNA study in Puerto Rico that came up with some astonishing results. A whopping 61% of those he studied had Taino DNA of maternal mitochondrial origin. What this illustrates is that far from being extinct, the Taino bloodline has survived on a massive scale. So far the DNA testing has found Taino bloodlines existing today in Puerto Rico, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica and the Dominican Carib. Taino DNA has been found in the Maroon population of Jamaica. Other Jamaicans also have Taino DNA due to the cultural blending of Africans and Tainos. Many individuals in the Carib tribes of the Caribbean also have Taino DNA and the Taino language has even infiltrated their Carib language. This is because when the Carib raided Taino villages they would capture the women and make them their wives. Hispaniola and Cuba have proven to hold large numbers of Taino descendants as well. Why has this been ignored? Because a well thought out plan of genocide was perpetrated against the Taino people. It best served the interests of the colonial governments that there be no indigenous West Indians who could claim indigenous rights. And so it was, that with a pen as their weapon, they wrote the Taino people into extinction, calling them Creole or Mulatto, or some other name, so as to divert from their true native ancestry. Many West Indians walking amongst us today have no idea of the Taino DNA that is flowing through their veins. How do you know if you might be a Taino descendant? Think about your culture as a West Indian. Have you ever woven a palm frond basket or bowl? Have you eaten from a calabash? Have you made or eaten cassava bread? Do you plant and cultivate cassava? Do you make or eat guava preserves? Do you cook barbecue? All of these are Taino culture and just a handful of the many aspects of West Indian culture that can be: The Taino Movement, Tearing Down The Lies Of Colonialism @elders.and.ancestors "What happened to the Taino?" This is the next logical question. If you go by the textbooks, they will tell you that the Taino are extinct. It is taught in schools throughout the Caribbean that they died out from disease, starvation and execution - mainly at the hands of the Spanish. Author: Heather Leonard Regrann from @elders.and.ancestors - But I would tell you that if you really want to know what has become of the Taino, and you are in the Caribbean, all you need to do is look around you. Odds are that someone in your village has Taino DNA in their veins. I can say this because back in 2003, a biologist named Juan C. Martínez Cruzado did a DNA study in Puerto Rico that came up with some astonishing results. A whopping 61% of those he studied had Taino DNA of maternal mitochondrial origin. What this illustrates is that far from being extinct, the Taino bloodline has survived on a massive scale. So far the DNA testing has found Taino bloodlines existing today in Puerto Rico, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica and the Dominican Carib. Taino DNA has been found in the Maroon population of Jamaica. Other Jamaicans also have Taino DNA due to the cultural blending of Africans and Tainos. Many individuals in the Carib tribes of the Caribbean also have Taino DNA and the Taino language has even infiltrated their Carib language. This is because when the Carib raided Taino villages they would capture the women and make them their wives. Hispaniola and Cuba have proven to hold large numbers of Taino descendants as well. Why has this been ignored? Because a well thought out plan of genocide was perpetrated against the Taino people. It best served the interests of the colonial governments that there be no indigenous West Indians who could claim indigenous rights. And so it was, that with a pen as their weapon, they wrote the Taino people into extinction, calling them Creole or Mulatto, or some other name, so as to divert from their true native ancestry. Many West Indians walking amongst us today have no idea of the Taino DNA that is flowing through their veins. How do you know if you might be a Taino descendant? Think about your culture as a West Indian. Have you ever woven a palm frond basket or bowl? Have you eaten from a calabash? Have you made or eaten cassava bread? Do you plant and cultivate cassava? Do you make or eat guava preserves? Do you cook barbecue? All of these are Taino culture and just a handful of the many aspects of West Indian culture that can be

Regrann from @elders.and.ancestors - But I would tell you that if you really want to know what has become of the Taino, and you are in th...

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