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We’re examining one of the biggest wellness trends, and how you can enjoy its benefits from mushroom-infused chips to chocolate and coffee.
University of Leeds researchers studied the carbon footprints of 3,000 foods to find that non-vegetarians produce 59 percent more greenhouse gas emissions than vegetarians.
With 24,000 participants, this new study highlights the importance of consuming mushrooms as a means of reducing depression.
After multiple outbreaks of COVID-19 on mink fur farms, British Columbia will cease all mink fur farming by 2025.
Researchers find that consuming plant-based fats versus meat-derived fats resulted in a decreased risk of stroke.
The new study, published in the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, found that a vegan diet reduces the number of medications an older adult takes by 58 percent.
Celebrate the Hindu festival of light with dairy-free versions of some of India’s favorite sweet treats.
Dealing with stress? These healthy vegan foods are the best for achieving optimal health.
The new study, published in the Journal of Urology, finds that greater consumption of plant-based foods lowers the risk of prostate cancer for men under 65.
As a founding member of vegan dairy startup bettermoo(d), Bryan Adams wants to further champion veganism, starting with encouraging consumers to give up cows’ milk.
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine did not take home the 2017 VegNews Veggie Award for Nonprofit of the Year for nothing. To say they are changing the world is a gross understatement.
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Actress Awkwafina is lending her distinctive voice to plant-based meat brand Lightlife’s new wellness campaign.
Tennis legend Venus Williams is expanding her Happy Viking brand with superfood powders that rely on peas, not whey, for protein.
A new study found that although a keto diet promotes quick weight loss, it also significantly increases the risk of heart disease, kidney failure, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, and cancer.
You can’t outrun your mouth. Get shredded by crunching those greens—not your abs.
While eating hot dogs and processed meats shaves minutes off a healthy life, eating plant-based foods such as peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, vegetables, and legumes is beneficial for health and the environment, study finds.
New brand Oat Canada—the first sugar-free barista oat milk—can be found in Loblaws across the country and select Costco locations in Ontario and Quebec.
Ziggy Marley Apawthecary offers CBD-infused supplements for dogs’ joint health and wellness.
The University of Oxford cohort study of 1.4 million people found that consumption of processed meat increases the risk of coronary heart disease by 18 percent.
Grease star Olivia Newton-John is trying new approaches to battling cancer, including switching to a plant-based diet.
A 12-week study found that a plant-based diet that includes a daily serving of whole soybeans can reduce moderate-to-severe hot flashes from menopause by 84 percent.
It’s time you start making friends with (whole) carbs, counting nutrients (not calories), and—most importantly—pampering your gut bacteria.
Jaden Smith and mom Jada Pinkett Smith are donating vegan body wash, toothpaste, lotion, and more to help bring dignity and self-confidence to the unhoused residents on Los Angeles’ Skid Row.
Prior research found a correlation between eating meat and colorectal cancer, but this new study has determined causation.
Diets that include meat, butter, and processed sugar saw an increased risk of breast cancer of up to 12 percent.
The new study suggests a plant-based diet slashes your risk of severe COVID-19 by 73 percent.