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Vegetarian Diet

Cashew cream is a smooth, delicious food that can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. Depending on how it's made, it can be either savory or sweet, which makes it incredibly versatile. It’s the perfect dip for fruit. Use it to flavor smoothies or add a cashew cream layer to parfaits. It even works wonders for thickening soup. Cashew cream makes a delicious, vegan-friendly mayonnaise substitute and can be used to make spreadable vegan cheese. I make cashew cream nearly every single week. (more…)

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A study conducted in part by scientists at Oxford University's Cancer Epidemiology Unit[1] indicates that vegetarians develop some cancers, including bladder and stomach cancers and leukemia, up to 45% less than persons who eat red meat[2], that's nearly half the risk! The study was published in the British Journal of Cancer earlier this year. (more…)

Recent scientific research confirms that gardening may be linked to higher rates of vegetable eating in older populations of adults. According to a recent report from Texas A&M University and Texas State University, older populations of adults who garden are more likely to eat vegetables than their non-gardening counterparts. (more…)

No doubt, you have heard about vegetarians all your life. And maybe more recently, you've heard more and more about vegans. For some, the term appeared without much explanation. Has the term “vegetarian” been shortened to “vegan?” Is “vegan” a new synonym for vegetarian, or is it something entirely different? (more…)

There are many reasons why it's important to get an adequate amount of folic acid. Perhaps most importantly are cellular growth and regeneration. A 2010 article from the New York Times identified folic acid as one of the most, underappreciated micronutrients,[1] and multiple studies suggest a link between a lack of folic acid and mental conditions such as depression.[2] Also known as vitamin B9, folic acid helps the body perform many essential functions, including nucleotide biosynthesis in cells, DNA synthesis and repair, red blood cell creation, and prevention of anemia.[3] […]