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As kids go back to school, a few initiatives—including Veganuary’s first fall campaign—are focusing on helping them gain access to vegan meals and dairy-free milk.
A study of nearly 4,000 Americans shows that higher red meat consumption is linked to a higher risk of heart disease.
New research shows that vegans who lift weights have bone strength similar to meat eaters, and better bone strength than vegans who do other forms of exercise.
A new study published in Future Foods concludes that plant-based meat is healthier and more sustainable than animal meat, and, importantly, it provides an easy way for consumers to reduce animal product consumption.
A review published in JAMA Oncology found that a plant-based diet is better than keto for reducing cancer risk and helping people live healthier lives.
Digital nomad-style hotel chain Selina is creating vegan menus using Redefine Meat to target the vegan leanings of Millennial and Gen Z travelers.
Few companies have been able to create a realistic vegan hard-boiled egg, until recently.
Canadian authorities say that pork products marketed as “healthy” are considered misleading.
A new report by the Transparent Label Campaign reveals a lack of transparency about the hidden animal ingredients in supplements.
Demand for nutritional yeast is expected to rise as more consumers discover its health benefits.
A study commissioned by Gerber reveals that 55 percent of parents want to introduce plant-based protein to their kids.
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SciFi Foods is combining plant-based ingredients and cultivated meat to make better, more affordable vegan burgers.
Fad diets come and go, but a whole food, plant-based diet is one to stick with for the long-term.
With more plant-based options becoming permanent fixtures on school lunch menus, Impossible Foods is launching two new vegan items specifically designed for this space.
Chris Paul credits a plant-based diet—complete with vegan pancakes—for helping him stay energized on and off the court.
Biotech startup Wilk is developing the first yogurt made from cell-cultured milk fat to prove that making dairy without exploiting animals is the future.
Eating one avocado per day could lower LDL cholesterol and improve overall diet quality, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association.
A new report suggests the best zoonotic disease mitigation effort—a drastic drop in meat consumption—is “extremely challenging” to achieve, but there’s no farming method that will reduce such risks if demand for animal products continues to rise.
A new study published in ‘Cancer Causes and Control’ shows a connection between eating fish and developing skin cancer, and the researchers say ocean pollutants like mercury are likely the cause.
A group of 13 bipartisan lawmakers just sent a demand letter to the FDA, asking it to release guidelines to help drug makers meet regulatory approvals using animal-free testing methods.
New research suggests that a plant-forward diet rich in fruit and vegetables can lower the risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women.
A new report on Canada’s alternative proteins industry reveals that one in 10 servings of meat, eggs, and dairy will come from alternative proteins by 2035.
A 16-week study found that an increased consumption of legumes was associated with decreased weight, fat mass, and visceral adipose tissue.
A new Dutch study finds that potato protein can effectively replace animal milk for building muscle.
NBA superstar Chris Paul nominates his father, Charles Paul, to become the first Dad Ambassador of JUST Egg after the athlete helped him transition to plant-based foods to improve his health.
A new study finds that high dairy milk consumption in men substantially increases risk for developing prostate cancer—a hormone-responsive disease.
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