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  • Feb
  • 23

How to Fight Wrinkles the Cruelty-Free Way

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Vegans tend to eat more fruits and vegetables than their carnivorous counterparts—which is great news for their skin! Vitamins C and E, which are commonly found in healthy vegan meals, are powerful antioxidants that neutralize skin-damaging free radicals and help fight wrinkles and brown spots, promoting an overall youthful appearance. Nuts and seeds are prime […]

  • Nov
  • 21

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 […]

  • May
  • 23

The Vegan Grandmother: ‘Let’s Get Our Voice out There—PETA’s Sexy Vegetarian Contest’

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Every year, PETA hosts the Sexiest Vegetarian contest, and as expected, every year, some hotshot little 20—or 30-something wins. So listen up, fellow baby boomers: I propose a revolt! And I know that PETA members, especially those who have been around as long as PETA Primers, know how to pull one off. After all, didn’t […]

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