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.
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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.
This sesame tofu from Vegan Under Pressure comes together in a flash, thanks to pressure cooker magic!
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?
Did you know that Mister Rogers was a vegetarian? It’s true! He didn’t talk about it directly on the show, but in one episode on healthy eating, he shows off some very 80s meat alternatives.
Have you been wanting to eat more vegan food but aren’t sure where to start? This hands-on vegan cooking workshop is perfect for jumpstarting your vegan kitchen.
Earthy millet burgers with bright lemon and basil topped with fruity mango salsa and rich cumin cashew cream make an easy weeknight meal.
Our food system is broken. At the Mark Bittman Future of Food talk I attended, he laid out eight areas we need to fix if we want to secure our food future.
BBQ Chickpeas make a great snack or salad topping!
This carrot fettuccine is made from carrots shredded into ribbons with a vegetable peeler. You’ll be surprised at how much it tastes like the real thing.
Feeling left out of the bone broth trend? Vegan bone broth to the rescue!