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These important tips will change the way you shop.
While about two-thirds of Americans might use the Nutrition Facts panel at least some of the time, most people have only a limited understanding of what it means. Use this guide to separate fact from fiction at the grocery store.... Read more
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"I needed to become good at something tough, really tough, that would prove emphatically the viability—or, in my view, the superiority—of a plant based diet."
Fiona Oakes is an elite marathon runner and an animal advocate and caregiver. "Almost every day of my life is spent caring and providing for rescued animals at the Tower Hill Stables Animal Sanctuary."
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"On a physical level, I stopped getting tired after meals, especially lunch. My workdays become much more productive. My focus became sharper. My stamina increased. And if a lot of my friends were telling the truth, I started looking much better too."—Russell Simmons
Music and fashion mogul and media magnate Russell Simmons has launched some of the most famous hip-hop musicians, including Beastie Boys and Run-D.M.C. He is the cofounder of Def Jam and Phat Farm clothing, and his media company has created... Read more
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“Physically I looked like I was at my peak, but my numbers told a different story.” This dynamic pair includes an elite fitness trainer and a high school scholar-athlete who found optimal health and performance. An inspiring read!
Keera Clarke is a plant-based scholar-athlete and her father, Kappel Leroy Clarke, is a fitness expert. See how they set the stage for success.
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"Even though the new Dietary Guidelines don’t advise people to limit their red and processed meats in their key recommendations, they do so in a roundabout way by limiting saturated fat and cholesterol."
For the first time, the federal Dietary Guidelines recommend a “healthy eating pattern” instead of focusing on individual food groups.
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But how will I get protein if I don't eat meat. One of my other favorites, eating healthy is too expensive. 
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Kick off Super Bowl Sunday with these simple but satisfying recipes! http://www.forksoverknives.com/recipes/super-bowl-recipes/
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Jane Esselstyn, RN has assembled a roster of the country’s leading doctors and researchers, whose direct work is to prevent and reverse heart disease, for this March 12th, 2016 event at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute.
Heart disease is the number one killer of women. Nearly one woman per minute dies of heart disease. - American Heart Association But most importantly, heart disease is preventable and reversible. Women as caregivers, parents, and professionals are uniquely positioned to influence and create heart healthy families, community and selves. This conference will arm participants with the necessary evidence-based research and know-how to take their o...
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Save time and energy for faster weeknight meals. 
Healthy eating starts at home, but most people don’t have the ability or energy to spend hours in the kitchen every day. Between work, school, family, and other responsibilities, time is of the essence. These are my favorite tips for... Read more
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What happens to your body when you ditch meat and dairy. 
People stop eating meat to lose weight, gain energy, reduce heart disease risk, and lots of other reasons. What happens to your body when you go plant based?
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Prevent and reverse disease with a whole-food, plant-based diet.
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The feature film Forks Over Knives examines the profound claim that most, if not all, of the degenerative diseases that afflict us can be controlled, or even reversed, by rejecting animal-based and processed foods.