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Articles by Heather Moore

  • Jul
  • 29

A Must-Read for New Vegans

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I sure could have used the new book Letters to a New Vegan: Words to Inform, Inspire, and Support a Vegan Lifestyle when I went vegan 23 years ago, after receiving a mailing from PETA. The book might have made my first few weeks as a vegan less … well, clumsy. It’s full of wise and warm letters from everyday vegans and well-known animal advocates alike, including PETA President Ingrid …

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  • Jul
  • 27

The Top 10 Vegetarian-Friendly Major League Ballparks

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Why settle for popcorn and peanuts when you can score vegan cheesesteak, vegetable sushi, black-bean burgers, veggie dogs and other fantastic plant-based fare while you’re watching your favorite players round the bases?

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  • Jun
  • 30

These Arizonians Are True Heroes for Animals

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When PETA President Ingrid Newkirk was in Phoenix as part of her nationwide Naked Truth speaking tour, she had the opportunity to recognize two wonderful individuals who help animals in very different—but equally inspiring—ways: Arizona State University (ASU) student Katherine Gross and chef Damon Brasch, who owns two local vegan restaurants.

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Katherine is the ASU campus representative for …

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  • Apr
  • 22

Worried About Hot Flashes? Go Vegan!

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A new study showing that some women can suffer from hot flashes for up to 14 years has a lot of women breaking into a cold sweat. But there’s really no need to panic. There are natural ways to eliminate or diminish hot flashes and other symptoms of menopause, including by eating low-fat vegan foods and exercising regularly.

According to Dr. Neal Barnard, the president of the …

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  • Mar
  • 23

Hold a Yard Sale for Animals

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Spring cleaning isn’t always the most pleasant task, but it’s worth it for the feeling of a sparkling, uncluttered house when it’s all over. Now, you can feel even better about this annual chore. Just gather up that jewelry that you haven’t worn in a decade, clothes that are like new but just don’t say “you” anymore, electronic …

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  • Feb
  • 25

‘Veg Out’ in Sarasota

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Tired of the cold weather? Then head to sunny Sarasota, where I live. Sit on the white-sand beaches, stroll through the tropical botanical gardens, picnic in beautiful bayside parks, and eat great-tasting vegan food at some of the best restaurants on the West Coast—of Florida, that is. Not only is Sarasota relatively warm in the winter months, …

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  • Feb
  • 5

During American Heart Month, Take the Advice of a Vegan Cardiologist

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February is American Heart Month, so follow the example of Dr. Kim A. Williams, the new president of the American College of Cardiology (ACC), and eat healthy vegan foods rather than meat, eggs and dairy products. Williams, who is also the chair of cardiology at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, has been vegan for 12 years …

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