The Taboo Topic: Sickness and Vegans, by Victoria Moran, CHHC, RYT-200

I went vegetarian in 1969 and starting my observations of the vegan/vegetarian world started soon after. Over these decades I’ve come to know hundreds and ultimately thousands of people who changed their diet for reasons of ethics, health, or both. And I’ve long noted the incredible discomfort we different-drummer diners have with those among us …

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A Vegan Smoothie for Your Dosha, by Lisa V. Gotte, VLCE

posted April 26, 2022 Vegan smoothies are delicious and healthy, and great for a quick breakfast or snack. Being blended fruits and greens, they’re basically a salad in a blender. As nutritious as they are, smoothies are tasty and feel like a decadent treat. But can you take it even further to create a perfect …

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Plant-Based Buzz, by Jaré Cervantes, VLCE

posted April 19, 2022 Plant-Based is the new buzzword, it’s everywhere lately, not only with food but also in household products like laundry detergent and men’s body wash. My Instagram feed is ablaze with flashy headlines about Impossible Nuggets and the McPlant finally making its U.S. debut. I went vegan in 2016, and the amount …

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6 Ways Your Kids Can Be Animal Heroes, by Kimberly Harper-Colucci, VLCE

posted April 12, 2022 For many young people, a love of animals is their first realization of sentience, the idea that all beings feel. During these critical years, children develop the eating and behavioral patterns they carry with them throughout their lifetime. They began to associate the animals on the farm with the food on …

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Vegan Needs a Capital “V” – a guest post from Carissa Kranz, JD, with Victoria Moran

“Veganism is an ethical and moral belief system where one’s lifestyle and choices are shaped by the desire to avoid cruelty and suffering to animals at all practical costs. Veganism goes far beyond plant-based food and dietary choices; the decision to practice Veganism is a way of life one practices religiously – and it demands …

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10 Ways Volunteering at a Farm Animal Rescue Is Therapeutic, by Patricia Campana, MVLCE

posted March 29, 2022 Several years ago, pre-vegan but vegetarian, I toured a farm animal sanctuary here in San Diego County. During the tour I heard stories of these rescued animals and one story touched me the most—Gracie Lou, a rescued dairy cow. Gracie Lou was less than one year old and destined to be …

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The Five Rs for a Zero Waste Vegan Kitchen, by Christine Day, VLCE

posted March 22, 2022 Have you heard about the Five Rs for waste management? These are the five most impactful steps in a journey to zero waste. Refuse Get comfortable refusing things you don’t need or want. Is your neighbor offering you a portion of their bumper crop of okra but you hate okra and …

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How I Reconcile Intuitive Eating and Veganism, by Carol Ray, MVLCE, NBC-HWC

posted March 15, 2022 The other day my husband asked me what this new coach certification I’ve been working towards is all about. I told him, “Intuitive eating.” When he didn’t respond, I glanced up, and could tell from his little bit of a snicker (no pun intended), he was considering making some hilarious joke. …

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How to Make the Switch to a Vegan and Cruelty-Free Home, Guest Post by Cassandra Rosas

posted March 8, 2022 Living a vegan and cruelty-free lifestyle requires dedication and commitment, but it can have a significant positive impact on our world. Animals have been used as a resource for human consumption for centuries, but it’s often to their detriment. Read on to discover some tips on how to have a vegan …

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