20 March 2018 Plant-based Diet for Prevention and Management of Type 2 Diabetes

Interested in preventing or treating type 2 diabetes? Find out why it is best to grab that apple instead of the beef jerky.

6 March 2018 Dairy Free Yogurt Alternatives

Eating yogurt has been shown to promote gut health, enhance immune function and reduce the incidence of diarrhea, thanks to the contribution of probiotics or healthy bacteria. Read this post to learn how plant based yogurts stack up against one of the originals: low fat plain cow's milk yogurt.

9 January 2018 Vegetarian Diet

There are many eating plans available for weight loss. This post describes the Vegetarian Diet: what it is, the pros and cons, and whether or not it is effective for weight loss.

11 July 2017 Do Vegans and Vegetarians Need Supplements?

Vegan and vegetarian diets have a well-deserved reputation for health, but omitting meat from your diet does create some potential nutrient deficits. Here's the scoop on what those problems might be and whether supplements make nutritional sense.

11 April 2017 Try Meatless Mondays: Better for your Health, Wallet, and Planet

If your New Year's resolution has worn off and it feels more like a fleeting April Fool's joke, try Meatless Mondays as this month's health challenge. Read on and follow these four simple steps to improve your health by just changing your intake by 15%!

10 May 2016 2 Ways to Boost Your Iron Intake without Supplements

What is the most common nutrient deficiency in the world? Iron! Iron deficient anemia affects over 3 million Americans, making it the most common blood disorder in the U.S. Try these two quick and easy tips to boost your iron intake without supplements.

23 February 2016 New book helps parents of vegetarian or vegan teens

“Feed Your Vegetarian Teen” was written to address the concerns of parents whose teenagers decide to become vegetarian or vegan. The recipes are designed to use high protein foods as condiments, so everyone in the family can share one meal.

17 November 2015 Five Reasons a Plant-based Diet May Help Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

Statistics show that without a healthy lifestyle, 15-30% of people with prediabetes will develop type 2 diabetes within five years. If you are looking for a practical approach that may help prevent type 2 diabetes, consider a plant-based diet. Learn five reasons why a plant-based diet may help lower type 2 diabetes risk.

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