In some Jewish households, eating kosher is important to their traditions. For some health-conscious (and planet-conscious) people, eating a plant-based diet is a must for their life. Lucky for both of these groups, being vegan is kosher. If you’ve been considering...
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Have you been toying with the idea of becoming a vegan? While it’s challenging to accurately state exactly how many people in the US and around the globe follow a plant-based diet, most agree that the number is small: around 2% or less. Even in countries with growing interest, the overall population typically isn’t keen to give up meat entirely.
Getting kids to eat anything remotely healthy can be a chore, especially if you have a picky eater on your hands. What if you are vegan, though, and are raising vegan kids? It doesn’t have to be an uphill battle, and with a few tips, you can set your children up for a healthy lifetime of great eating.
We were introduced to plant-based eating as a health benefit through two very different friends of ours and their medical struggles. The main benefit is my health has dramatically improved. Being completely Vegan now gives me more hope that I can overcome any health issues that might arise.
We’ve all heard it said that to gain muscles and improve endurance, we need a balanced diet. That balance supposedly includes an omnivorous mix of grains, fruit and vegetables, and meat. But could that information be misleading?
With a pandemic causing panic around the globe, is this the time to make a switch to a plant-based diet? Could eating plants really keep you safer and healthier?
Chef Jason was interviewed by Dr. Peter K Raisanen about how he reversed his Type II diabetes and lost over 100 pounds by adopting a whole foods plant-based diet.