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9 Whole Food, Plant-Based Holiday Dessert Recipes

Oh, the smell of goodies baking in the kitchen! There are few things that sum up happiness in a smell for me – but fresh baked goods are certainly one of them. Growing up, I always loved baking and cherish my memories huddled around the kitchen counter cutting out sugar cookies and gingerbread men during … Continued

Caramelized Brussels Sprouts With Cranberries

19 Whole Food, Plant-Based Holiday Recipes Everyone Will Love

For most of us, the Holiday Season is filled with traditions in many shapes and forms, but one of the biggest is always food. The nostalgia of your family cooking Thanksgiving or Hanukkah dinner together or the Christmas cookies that grandma always bakes, many of us have wonderful memories connected to this time of year. … Continued

Eating NAFTA

NAFTA Changed the Face of Mexico’s Food System, Leading to Devastating Public Health Implications for its People

"Eating NAFTA… exposes how changes in policy following NAFTA have fundamentally altered one of the most basic elements of life in Mexico – sustenance. Mexicans face a food system that favors food security over subsistence agriculture, development over sustainability, market participation over social welfare, and ideologies of self-care over public health. Trade agreements negotiated to improve lives have sometimes failed, resulting in unintended consequences for people's everyday lives."

US Food System

Consolidation in the Food System

This month a mega-merger was announced between Kroger and Albertsons that could have large ramifications for grocery shopping in American supermarkets while continuing the trend toward further consolidation.

Colorectal Cancer Trends & The Role of Nutrition

In the greater context of the “war on cancer,” colorectal cancer seems a clear success. Compared to other cancer sites, incidence and mortality rates for colorectal cancer have improved tremendously. And there’s a chance that we would know much less about this disease, including how to prevent and treat it, if not for the concerted efforts of recent decades.

Are Humans Herbivores or Omnivores?

Doctors, other experts, and conventional wisdom often say that animal products are essential components of a healthy diet. This majority view implies that humans are omnivores. But what do our bodies say?

What Can We Learn From Cancer Trends, 1975–2020?

In a previous article, “Is it Time to Quit the ‘War on Cancer’?” we introduced the background for that so-called war, reviewed the policy changes that resulted from the 1971 legislation,[1] and analyzed why it may be time to put the war metaphor aside. We also saw that the fundamental question—are we winning the war?—is … Continued

Does it Matter If I Call Myself a Food Addict?

Where is the line that separates normal eating from food addiction? Aren't we all addicted to it to some extent, and don’t we need food to live? I have asked myself these questions many times, and I have tried to answer them with help from professionals and in my own social circles.

Overeating Causes and Solutions

Food addiction and compulsive overeating are primary causes of obesity—a major problem in the US and many other countries. This article summarizes the causes and solutions to overeating and obesity.

Healthy Plant-Based Meat Substitutes

New meat substitutes are appearing on grocery store shelves all the time, and many may be healthier than their animal-based counterparts. But are they actually good for you? And if not, what should you eat instead? You might love a good burger, hot dog, or pepperoni pizza, but the vegan versions of these classic animal-based … Continued

5 Essential Tips for Mindful Eating

Today's society moves so fast that most of us have forgotten what it looks like to be intentional and mindful with our food. In turn, there is a disconnect between the foods we eat and how they make us feel.

Getting Involved in Transforming the SAD School Food Culture

It’s that time again—back to school and, for many, back-to-school food, too! Unfortunately, it’s the school food that makes many parents cringe. When we think of transforming school food, we may think of eliminating toaster pastries or decreasing the number of times pizza is served each week. Often, plant-powered kids pack a lunch, and their … Continued

SUNY Downstate Pilots Food As Medicine Initiative For Medical & Public Health Students

New Forward-Thinking Courses for Healthcare Workers at University Hospital of Brooklyn Focus on Plant-Based Nutrition and Medicine.


The T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies’ Community Grant Program Pushes Plants Forward

The Center for Nutrition Studies awards Community Grants to support a diverse range of plant-based projects and nonprofit missions around the world.


The T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies Appoints LeAnne Campbell, PhD as President

Center to Expand with New Service Division – Focused on Personal, Communal, and Ecological Health


Another Way to Flatten the Curve – Our Food Choices

Nonprofit group releases an urgent commentary from T. Colin Campbell, PhD


Food For Health Foundation Provides Funding for Whole Food, Plant-Based Education Scholarships

Friends of the Earth and the Food for Health Foundation announced a new partnership aimed at bringing plant-based nutrition education to food service professionals and teachers.


ACLM to Honor T. Colin Campbell, PhD, During Lifestyle Medicine 2018 Conference

The American College of Lifestyle Medicine will showcase its 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award Winner, T. Colin Campbell, PhD, at its annual awards banquet Oct. 23 during Lifestyle Medicine 2018 in Indianapolis.


New Nutrition Website to Help You Achieve Better Health

Center for Nutrition Studies has a new look and even more resources


Nobel Prize Nomination Petition Created For Nutrition Pioneer Dr. T. Colin Campbell

The pioneer who inspired physicians to understand how diet plays a role in chronic disease and healing, Dr. T. Colin Campbell, is being championed by another medical innovator, renowned otolaryngologist Dr. Jamie Koufman.


The War on Cancer Has Failed

Cornell Scientist Shows the Link Between Diet and Disease Has Been Ignored


Cornell Nutrition Scientist Responds to BBC’s “Clean Eating” Documentary

Dr. T. Colin Campbell reacts to a recent BBC “Horizon” documentary.

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