Charting a meatless Course From the 'Meatless in Seattle' Department Ready, set, go! Not sure where to start? First, just so we are on the same page, as we define 'meatless' we are referring to the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products in diet. The consensus among the idiots at the Vegan … Continue reading A meatless journey begins with the first Bite
Category: Vegan Science
Just like the recent DNA science is putting away uncaught criminals, who for years thought they were off the hook, diet science is putting away all the myths about diet plans and healthy foods. We find out more each day that Plant-based, whole-foods is leading the way to better health.
Lower Your Cowlestoral
Cow A Bunga! CowABunga! An exclamation first uddered by Chief Thunderthud on the Howdy Doody Show back in the TVolithic period. Loosely translated it means: do not eat cows! Everyone should know by now that meat of any kind is not good for you. It isn't much better for the animals either to put it … Continue reading Lower Your Cowlestoral
Just Say Yes to Vegan
Plant-based food is the healthy alternative Even Nancy R. would just say yes to adopting a plant-based, whole-foods diet. There is now unimpeachable, scientific proof by many doctors and scientists that the nutrients found in plants have the ability to reverse heart disease, stop type 2 diabetes in it's tracks, lower blood pressure, switch off … Continue reading Just Say Yes to Vegan
What Makes A Vegan?
According to Wikipedia, Veganism is the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products, particularly as food for human consumption, and an associated philosophy that rejects the economic status of animals, animal agriculture as it pertains to the environment, and the belief that following a plant-based diet is good for their health. That's the … Continue reading What Makes A Vegan?