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Watch: Mic The Vegan Interview – How Many Vegans In The World?

TeamCow attended LA Vegfest 2018, and interviewed Mic The Vegan. Mic the Vegan is a vegan science writer who covers a variety of topics from the health effects of a vegan diet and the environmental impact of eating animal products to the sociological phenomenon of casual animal exploitation. Based in Iowa, he regularly tackles debunking the myths that perpetuate harmful dietary and lifestyle behaviors. Below is our video containing interviews…

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Health/ Nutrition/ Veganism

Why Veganism Is Outpacing Meat-Eating For The First Time In History

A few weeks ago, I ended up racing a friend of mine who thought he could beat me in a footrace. Yes, it was as ridiculous and childish as it sounds, but bear with me a second. During the race, I remember hearing my other friend, who was umpiring the race, yell ‘vegan for the win!’ as I crossed the finished line. We all laughed, of course, but that proclamation…

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Dining/ Nutrition/ Stories/ Veganism

Mediterraneans, Their Diet And The “WHO” Findings On Meat

I live on the island of Mallorca, a Spanish island in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. People here regard themselves as the Chosen Ones when it comes to diet. After all, numerous scientific studies or at least their press accounts have told the whole world that the Mediterranean diet is the winner. For those living around this body of water, this is a source of pride (“we are the…

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Meeting Your Nutrient Needs On A Vegan Diet

Meeting Your Nutrient Needs On A Vegan Diet

As a registered dietitian for 25 years, I know a thing or two about nutrition. And not so long ago, a vegan diet was cause for concern among the health care community because of concern regarding potential nutrient risks. Flash forward to today, and growing research points out that a well-planned vegan diet can not only meet your nutrient needs, it can offer a range of benefits, such as a…

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Health/ Juicing/ Nutrition/ Recipes/ Video

Ginger Power Detox Juice

I’ve noticed that whenever I drink fresh, organic vegetable juice my energy levels go through the ceiling. I feel energised and vibrant; so much so, that I’ve incorporated vegetable juicing into my weekly rhythm as a general health and wellness tonic. Juicing fresh vegetables, herbs and spices like ginger, can be an excellent way to reset your system and cleanse. It’s perfect to help yourself recover from illness and disease.…

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Top Tips For Volcano Hiking Vegans

Top Tips For Volcano Hiking Vegans

Guatemala is an outdoor adventurer’s paradise. There are over 30 volcanos dotted around the country’s rugged highlands, some of which are active. Marshmallow roasting on molten hot lava is permitted (not for the faint hearted) so make sure you pack some vegan marshmallows. I absolutely love volcanos. There is something magical about all that energy, even when they’re dormant. I’ve hiked across many old lava fields in Guatemala and beyond.…

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Celebrity Interviews/ Nutrition/ vegan history/ vegetarian history

Lionel Strongfort – World’s Strongest Man – Vegetarian – 100+ years ago

Lionel Strongfort – World’s Strongest Man – Vegetarian – 100+ years ago A postcard in our Ernest Bell Library. Lionel Strongfort, der bekannte Berufs-Athlet, der ein Auto mit 6 Personen über seinen Körper fahren läßt. (Vegetarier) Lionel Strongfort, the famous professional athlete who can let a car with 6 people drive on his body. (Vegetarian) Legal name Max Unger – born Berlin, Germany, November 23, 1878. At age 16 was…

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One Meal A Day For The Planet And More With MUSE School

MUSE School

MUSE School CA is a private school in Calabasas founded by Suzy Amis Cameron, wife of Oscar Winning Filmmaker James Cameron, and her sister Rebecca Amis. If you are looking for a better education for your children, look no further. MUSE combines academics, problem solving, and critical thought with a focus on positive environmental impact. Students become practitioners of sustainable living to benefit our global future. The Three Cornerstones of MUSE—food,…

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Health/ Nutrition/ Vegan Parenting/ Veganism

Plant-Based Pregnancy: One Trimester Down, Two To Go!

Plant-Based Pregnancy: One Trimester Down, Two To Go!

Earlier this year, we made a move from Austin, Texas to Houston, Texas in search of better career opportunities and to finally begin a new journey—expanding our family from two to three. I’ve been eating plant-based for more than two and half years by now, and when I began to think about creating a new life, I immediately looked at my diet. I knew the basics of eating plant-based and…

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