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Forget Powerball we have already won life’s lottery

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Hope springs eternal, no matter how slim the odds. You can see that in the long lines for Powerball tickets, despite how cold it is outside in most of the 42 states where the jackpot has climbed to hundreds of millions of dollars. No one can be blamed for wanting to win a windfall that […]

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A Recipe for Romance

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Remember that classic U2 song “Two Hearts Eat as One”? Wait, what? It’s not “eat”? Well, maybe it should be! The world’s longest-married couple, 107-year-old Karam Chand and his 100-year-old wife, Katari, have lived in wedded bliss for 87 years. And we don’t think it’s any coincidence that the long-lived lovebirds are both vegetarian. Healthy […]

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Do Vegans Live Longer?

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Researchers at Loma Linda University in California have been conducting a study to determine whether vegetarians and vegans live longer than the rest of the population, and so far, the answer seems to be a resounding “Yes!” Although the research—which originally began in 1958 and includes various studies on Seventh-day Adventists, who typically eat a […]

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Be an Angel This Holiday Season

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The lonely dog sitting on a patch of dirt in the bitter cold with a heavy chain pulling at his or her neck isn’t enjoying life—that dog is miserable, just as you or I would be if we were left out in the ice, snow, and freezing temperatures of winter. The season is a long, […]

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Fighting the Big Four: Diabetes

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In a recent post, I explained how four of the biggest health problems facings Americans—heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and cancer—can be prevented, and in the case of some diseases, even reversed, by exercising and eating healthy animal-friendly foods. In this post, I want to focus on type 2 diabetes, a debilitating and potentially […]

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Our Mom’s Famous Vegan Holiday Roast

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We long ago solved the Thanksgiving (and holiday) turkey-dinner “problem.” Our Ma’s recipe for a vegan holiday roast and two different gravies is below. It’s become a true tradition in our family. As you can see, the roast is really a high-protein “dressing,” and just a warning–this recipe makes a very large amount, so make […]

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Does Eating Meat Age You?

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Does eating Meat Age You?

While it may not be news to some of you, eating healthy vegan foods is great for your appearance. Fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, and other animal-friendly foods are packed with antioxidants and essential nutrients, such as vitamins C and E, which help neutralize skin-damaging free radicals and fight wrinkles and brown spots. Plus, the […]

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