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“Good nutrition creates health in all areas of our existence.”

—T. COLIN CAMPBELL, PHD

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Plant-Based Easter Brunch Menu Ideas

15 Plant-Based Easter Brunch Recipe Ideas

Who doesn’t love brunch? From sweet to savory and everything in between, mix and match Easter brunch recipes like Carrot Cake Oatmeal Pancakes, Three Bean Salad with Roasted Potatoes, and decadent Chocolate Doughnuts for a meal that is sure to please everyone. A whole food, plant-based Easter menu filled with so much flavor, you won’t … Continued

5 Greta Thunberg-Inspired Ways To Be an Environmentalist

5 Greta Thunberg-Inspired Ways To Be an Environmentalist

History was made in 2019 when 17-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts combating climate change. She subsequently won TIME’s 2019 Person of the Year for her environmental activism. Greta is known for being a headstrong environmentalist, but what many people don’t know is that she is … Continued

Asking the Right Questions About GMOs: Are GMOs Safe?

Are GMOs Safe? Asking the Right Questions About GMOs

Asking the Right Questions About GMOs is an article series that exists to address popular myths and misconceptions about GMOs. For this installment, I interviewed expert Jonathan Latham, PhD, to uncover the truth behind the claim that GMOs are safe and well-regulated.

3 Reasons Why Superfoods Can Be Dangerous

The concept of “superfoods” is an old one, but it has become even more popular as sections of society have become more health conscious and desperate to combat chronic lifestyle-related diseases. Unfortunately, this focus on individual foods has downsides, even in the case of legitimately healthful foods.

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Diversity and Culture: The Missing Link Between Food and Health

The lack of representation of different cultures within the plant-based movement is glaring and the consequences are real. There is an abundance of research showing that culture and culturally relevant nutrition interventions are important for diet change and weight loss among Black and Asian Americans.

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