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Vegetarianism for Cancer Patients

Vegetarianism for Cancer Patients Guest Post by  Jillian McKee People may follow a vegetarian diet for a variety of reasons, including being concerned about animal welfare, the environment, desiring better health or simply disliking meat. Whatever the reason, beginning a … Continue reading

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Tackling Veg*n Stereotypes – Vegetarian Dogma

Tackling Veg*n Stereotypes People who are new to the idea of veganism will inevitably ask questions, and bravo to them. They may ask why you don’t eat meat or how long you’ve been vegan. Then there are the more annoying questions … Continue reading

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How A Healthy Diet Could Save Your Heart

An article in Time magazine claims that fruits and veggies can halt people’s genetic predispositions to heart problems. For vegetarians and health conscious eaters, it may come as no surprise to hear that fruits and vegetables are good for your heart, … Continue reading

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New Study: More Problems with Factory Fishing

Researchers at Case Western Reserve University found that fish kept in small tanks become stressed and agitated, exhibiting behavior like that of other animals who are kept in overcrowded or cramped conditions. The article, reported in  the New York Times quotes Dr. … Continue reading

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