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  • Apr
  • 17

Join the Food Revolution Summit!

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Few issues have as great an impact on animals , the environment , and your health as the modern American diet. From the intense suffering of billions of chickens, pigs, and other animals on factory farms to the huge health-care costs of treating heart disease, diabetes, cancer and the multitude of other sometimes fatal ailments that frequently have a link to a person’s diet, …

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  • Apr
  • 11

Blue Ridge Mountains: Wine With Peaks

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The wineries in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains are a great treat after a day of driving and hiking while enjoying deep-woods scenery and high-elevation breezes. Wines with character? Peaks of Otter Winery has plenty of choices … and characters that provide extra incentive to stop in for a free wine tasting.

The Johnson family harvests apples, berries, …

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  • Mar
  • 26

Prime Saving Tips!

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If you are like me, dear Prime readers, then you know that sometimes doing the right thing for animals can increase your expenses a bit because many companies still market vegan items as a “niche” products. There’s no reason why living compassionately can’t be affordable, and that’s why I want to share a few cost-cutting tips that …

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  • Feb
  • 4

New Test Saves Thousands of Mice

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Happy news for mice! Tens of thousands of mice will be spared agonizing deaths  every year following the landmark approval of a more accurate toxicity test for shellfish eaten by humans in the U.S. The Interstate Shellfish Sanitation  Conference formally approved the test at its meeting last week.

For decades, state fisheries throughout the U.S. …

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  • Jan
  • 7

Vegan Bodybuilder Proves You Can Be Buff at 78

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Check out vegan bodybuilder Jim Morris —Elton John’s ex-bodyguard—in PETA’s newest ad  urging people to go vegan to improve their health and increase their life  expectancy.

Pretty buff for a septuagenarian, huh?

He broke the color barrier in bodybuilding, and now he’s breaking the age  barrier as PETA’s most senior pin-up to promote vegan eating. Jim is also the  …

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  • Dec
  • 17

For Holiday Cards: Vegetarian Stars Featured on PETA Stamps!

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Just in time for the holiday season, PETA has launched its 2013 edition of U.S. postage stamps featuring 20 famous vegetarians and vegans . Whether it’s to benefit animals, your health, or the environment, there are many reasons to embrace a compassionate, meat-free diet. Plus, you’ll be in great company!

These limited-edition stamps, featuring some of world’s most dynamic vegetarians, are the real deal, so you can …

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  • Dec
  • 10

Bob Barker: Go Vegetarian to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

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Bob Barker is the former host of the television game show The Price Is Right, a longtime vegetarian (more than 30 years!), a philanthropist, and an animal rights advocate. He definitely knows what price people pay for eating meat and what benefits you’ll get by living a meat–free, compassionate lifestyle for your health , animals , and the planet ! Want …

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