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  • Aug
  • 26

Interview With Star Tenor Lance Ryan

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Standing on the stages of the world, singing himself into the hearts of his audience, star tenor Lance Ryan is a devoted vegan. He talked with PETA Germany’s PETA50Plus, and we’re sharing the interview with PETA Prime readers. Lance Ryan is one of the most sought-after tenor heroes in the world. Besides the tenor roles […]

  • Aug
  • 5

Eat Meat-Free Meals for a Longer Life

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Women tend to outlive men. That’s just how it is. But a new study from the University of Wisconsin–Madison suggests that this wasn’t always the case. Both men and women born in the 19th century had similar life expectancies—much shorter than men and women born in the 20th century. It wasn’t until the late 19th […]

  • Jul
  • 16

But My Doctor Said I Should Eat Fish …

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Open any health or women’s magazine, and you’ll eventually come across a recommendation to “eat more fish.” Fish perplexingly continues to be touted as a “health food,” despite the fact that many of the species that people commonly consume-most notably tuna-are contaminated with mercury and other toxins. So why is it considered “healthy”? Because-compared to […]

  • Jul
  • 1

Meet the Woman Who Went Vegetarian at 86

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This warmly-written, inspiring article by Sherrey Reim Glickman, the late grandmother of Jasmin Singer from Our Hen House, proves that it really is “never too late to change the world.”

  • May
  • 19

Spring Produce: “More Peas, Please!”

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Spring is the season of renewal, and a delicious harvest accompanies this spring awakening. Eating with the seasons—and indulging in fresh, organic, local produce—is a great way to keep your body healthy and energized by maximizing one’s nutrient intake. I am loving the recent offerings from my local CSA and farmer’s markets, and I have […]

  • May
  • 18

Stopping Bird Flu Starts at Dinner

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Several years ago, I had a friend named Apollo. He would struggle to his feet as soon as he saw me and carefully shuffle to my side. His little sounds of happiness filled the air as I scratched and petted him. He ignored virtually every other human, but he lit up when I was around. […]

  • Apr
  • 13

The Chicken by the Road

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I was driving down Route 404 in Delaware when I saw her: a little white chicken sitting just inches away from speeding cars, facing directly into oncoming traffic, her eyes wide open. I pulled over, gently gathered her up, wrapped her in a towel, and placed her on my lap. At first, she squawked in […]

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