Understanding the science behind “lab-grown” food might help with acceptance.
Amid the fake beef culture wars, why does the “naturalness” of meat go unquestioned?
During the pandemic, plant-based meat consumption and media coverage exploded. Now, a host of trend pieces decry its demise. That shift is no organic accident.
A growing number of companies are marketing meat and dairy as ‘humanely raised’. We take a closer look at the reality behind the label.
A new survey finds 11 percent of Americans identify as flexitarian — with more than a quarter eating more plants but also more chicken.
The global dairy industry produces nearly 550 million metric tons of cow’s milk each year. But which products are dairy and how are they made?
Are plant-based burgers healthy? Debates about processed and ultra-processed foods have made this more complicated than it needs to be.
The carnivore diet has taken the world by storm. But what is this diet and is it healthy?
Want to follow a sustainable diet? These 4 organizations each have their own definition, yet they all point towards eating more plants and less meat.
Is anything at McDonald’s vegan? This guide has answers.
A growing number of vegan bodybuilders prove you can meet the body’s protein requirements without meat.
There are many different versions of vegetarianism, and a wide range of benefits from adopting a more plant-rich diet.
Is Costco’s chicken healthy? The wholesaler’s practices aren’t good for chickens or the workers who raise these birds, and there are plenty of healthy plant-based alternatives to choose instead.
Is it healthy to eat eggs every day? People may avoid eating eggs due to health concerns, allergies or ethical considerations.
Salmon has long been considered a healthy source of protein, but there are plenty of nutritious plant-based alternatives.
A new study about vegetarian children led to conflicting reports from several media outlets, including EurekAlert! and the Daily Mail. What did the actual study say?
Eating raw meat may be a common practice around the world, but that doesn’t make it safe. Eating raw meat raises the risk of a range of health problems.
Maintaining a vegan diet can help you manage certain conditions like diabetes or heart disease. Vegans also tend to live healthier lives.
Over half of the world’s population suffers from lactose malabsorption, the condition behind lactose intolerance. Learn how to avoid its worst symptoms.
Want to change the way you eat? You came to the right place. Here’s a comprehensive guide to eating plant-based.
If you’re trying to eat less meat, try one of the recipes listed in this article—all of which feature vegetables and legumes as primary ingredients.
Reducing meat consumption can have numerous benefits on human health, the environment, and animals. Find out how to take charge of your diet today.
Veganism has grown exponentially in the last several years. Today, it is a mighty campaigning and ethical force. Want to get involved?
There are several health issues to consider when consuming milk. Milk contains large amounts of fat, causes acne, and can trigger allergic reactions.
Cheese addiction is real, and overconsumption of cheese can have serious consequences for your personal health and the health of others.
Many people believe it is impossible to lead a healthy life while only eating plants. We spoke with an award-winning dietician to set the record straight.
While vegans omit all animal products from their diets, vegetarians still consume honey, milk, eggs, and other animal products.
Eating a plant-based diet is becoming easier and easier as restaurants add plant-based options to their menus and plant-based creators go viral.
Choosing to eat a whole-food, plant-based diet is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your personal health, the environment, and animal welfare.
There are more problems with meat consumption than you might think. Choosing to eat meat places your own health, the public’s health, and the environment at risk.
While it isn’t necessary to go vegan in order to be healthy, vegan diets can certainly help. Find out the benefits of cutting animal products out of your diet.
The popularity of vegan meat substitutes in supermarkets in the United States and around the world is growing. Check out a few of our favorites.
According to a new study, more than 75% of Indians said they reduced their meat consumption during lockdown. Brazil, China, and the U.S. reported significantly fewer people eating less meat.
There’s a lot of misinformation and poorly researched content available online claiming to debunk the common misconceptions about veganism. But what’s the real story?
While there are plenty of reasons not to eat animals, positive arguments for eating animals are, it seems, hard to come by. Is it taste, convenience, or ignorance that compels us to eat animals?
The ethics of eating fish are lost on most consumers because they rarely stop to think about what—or who—they are eating.
Plant-based meat is growing in popularity around the world. Could it reshape the future of food, helping both the climate and animals alike?
Maintain a strong immune system during the pandemic by consuming nourishing foods while avoiding dangerous foods, like dairy, that worsen respiratory health problems.
In a bid to make American healthy again, a group is offering to donate one million dollars to veterans if President Trump goes vegan for one month.
Plant-based meat and the fantastic array of proudly “fake” and animal-free meat alternatives are changing the look and the value of protein as we know it.
Research shows that the best way to have a lasting effect on consumer behavior is to attack the point of normalcy. What does that mean? Well, for more than 300 million Americans, it is still normal to eat meat.
Over the years, the Western Diet has created numerous dangers for people who follow it. Unfortunately, many of those people don’t realize they’re harming their body or are unwilling to give up their favorite foods.
Healthy weight loss involves a well-balanced diet, plenty of exercise, and a true understanding of how your actions impact your health. That goes for vegans, too.
Vegan snacks aren’t as elusive as you might think. After you have a few months of veganism under your belt, you’ll feel more confident about choosing snacks and meals that align with your values.
There’s nothing inherently dangerous about a raw vegan diet. It’s naturally full of antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, and heart-healthy foods. Let’s dive in to the wonders and misconceptions of this diet.
Vegan health is an important topic for everyone, even if you’re not quite vegan yet. The more you learn about your food choices as well as other things that impact your health, such as exercise and sleep, the better your transition will be.
Incremental change is the key to success for new vegans, especially those susceptible to their old ways. With enough practice, incremental change leads to incremental success.
People talk about going vegan all the time, but what does it really mean to…
Animals are suffering. The climate is on the brink. People are dying from preventable diseases, and it all starts with what we eat.
Becoming a vegan isn’t as tough as people think, and it certainly doesn’t make you sick or weak. It’s simply a decision you make to improve your health and protect animals from needless slaughter.