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8 Top Vegan Foods Packed with Protein

Anna Hunt – Adding protein to a meatless and dairy-free diet is much easier than many people think. Here’s a list of foods packed with protein even vegans can eat.

The Benefits of Curcumin in Cancer Treatment

Dr. Mercola Waking Times Cancer is one of the leading causes of death. What if there was a safe, natural herb that could work for nearly every type of cancer? According to Dr. William LaValley, who focuses most of his clinical work on the treatment of cancer, curcumin—a derivative of turmeric, and the pigment that gives

8 Nutrients Every Person Needs To Boost Health

Karen Foster, Prevent Disease Waking Times As people strive to improve their health and evolve their food choices to a more plant-based diet, it is easy to get lost along the way. When you transition to a healthier diet, it is important to educate yourself about the nutrients your body will need on a daily

5 Foods for a High Protein Vegetarian Diet

Lisa Garber Waking Times In today’s McWorld, we often equate protein with a greasy, drippy burger. Protein is, in fact, a matter of amino acids, and it abounds in the plant kingdom. The trick is in knowing where to find it, knowledge that is especially needed be vegans and vegetarians. RDA recommendations for protein are from

Vegetarians and Vegans

Nutritional Considerations for Vegetarians and Vegans

Many claim that vegetarian and vegan diets, if comprised of a variety of fresh (and, if possible, organic) fruits, vegetables, legumes, grains and nuts, will provide the body with all of the essential nutrients.

Veganism and B12 Deficiency: One Danger of Avoiding Meat

Elizabeth Renter Waking Times When you tell a meat-eater that you are a vegetarian or vegan, the first response is usually something like, “How do you get enough protein?” This question is somewhat of a joke in the vegan community, as there are plenty of foods that can make up a diet full of protein.

Top 7 Sources of Plant-Based Protein

Despite deeply ingrained but misleading conventional wisdom, the truth is that you can survive without meat, eggs and dairy. Believe it or not, you can actually thrive, and never suffer a protein deficiency. Because no matter how active your lifestyle, a well-rounded whole food plant-based diet provides more than enough protein to satisfy the body’s needs without all the artery-clogging saturated fats that dominate the typical American diet.