Can kids be healthy on a vegan or vegetarian diet? The short answer is yes. The long answer is yes, except in cases of child neglect.
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I received jars of Sir Kensignton’s vegan mayo and vegan chipotle mayo to review. They call it Fabanaise, and y’all. I’m in love.
Imlak’esh Organics superfoods and snacks really impressed me at the Wanderlust Festival, and I’m so excited to tell you about them!
A large-scale study found that eating more plant protein reduces risk of premature death while eating more animal protein increases mortality rates.
A new study found that people who ate red meat were more likely to develop chronic kidney disease.
There’s strong evidence that a vegan diet rich in whole plant foods could protect you from type 2 diabetes.
Comedian Ahmed Bharoocha’s bit about the dairy industry is less than 60 seconds long, and he manages to really nail the ethical issues with our taste for milk.
Get the raw spring rolls recipe from Raw. Vegan. Not Gross by Laura Miller!
Vegans love bacon, too! Read an interview with Baconish author, Leinana Two Moons, and grab the Brussels sprouts with bacon recipe from the book.
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.
Smoothie bowls are super hot (cold?) right now, and Alison Lewis’ new cookbook, 200 Best Smoothie Bowl Recipes, is packed with smoothie bowl goodness.
After I’ve explained to people what vegans eat and that I do indeed consume plenty of protein, conversation can sometimes turn towards the topic of calcium.