Tag Archives: Intentional living

The Great American Meatout

Ready to take the pledge?

FARM is asking Americans to “kick the meat habit” for one day — March 20 (first day of spring). All you have to do is sign their pledge to eat vegan for one day! And you can pledge to eat vegan one day per week or for always. It’s up to you!

The pledge, Meatout, is spearheaded by FARM and is (more…)

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What I Learned by Taking Classes for My Certificate In Plant-Based Nutrition

Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition

I finished my certificate course from the T. Colin Campbell Foundation a couple of weeks ago. Since then, I have been reflecting on the things I learned and how it changed my thinking about various aspects of plant-based nutrition. In the end I tally 2 changes and 2 take-aways. (more…)

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October is Vegetarian Awareness Month

Tomorrow, October 1, is World Vegetarian Day and the start of Vegetarian Awareness Month. So in honor of the day and the month here are a list of dietary great reasons to eat more Plant Based meals. (more…)

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Water Scarcity May Force World to Go Vegetarian by 2050

deathvalley_0083A new study by the Stockholm International Water Institute(SIWI) recommends that the world switch to a “mostly vegetarian diet.”

The institute examined land and water use and food production. by the 7 billion (and counting) people who inhabit our earth. Here are the most significant findings

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