MeatLess, by Kristie Middleton, is a wonderful resource for everybody who is interested in eating more plants.
Skip the fancy superfoods and enjoy these everyday superfoods to help with daily detox from environmental toxins.
Many of us make grandiose but vague New Year’s resolutions to ‘get healthy,’ but the solution to a healthier you starts with small, simple changes that add up to a healthier, happier you!
A new study found that people who ate red meat were more likely to develop chronic kidney disease.
What does gut transit time have to do with our overall health? A lot! Let’s talk about poo.
There’s strong evidence that a vegan diet rich in whole plant foods could protect you from type 2 diabetes.
An Oxford vegan diet study has found that 8 million human deaths and $1 trillion in healthcare costs each year could be saved if more people ate vegan.
Chronic diseases, like cancer and heart disease, are all too common in the US. There’s good evidence that changing how we eat could prevent chronic disease.
The research is clear: a plant-based diet is better for our body and our planet. But are people in the US making dietary changes to keep up with the times?
These are the healthy food trends in 2016 that we’re most excited about!
Benji Kurtz lost half his body weight in a plant based diet. Here’s his story, and how he’s working to help others take control of their health.
When you think about fighting diabetes, you might imagine an arsenal of medications, but that’s not the only way to treat this lifestyle disease. Learn how to fight diabetes with diet!
The Food=Medicine conference is a weekend-long event with panels, classes, and screenings where you can learn more about the health benefits of a whole food, plant-based diet.