- Clothing Alternatives
- 21 Day Vegan Kickstart
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.
- Epicurean Vegan - Healthy eating for discriminating palates.
Happy Cow Guide to vegetarian restaurants
Our purpose is to make healthy food easy to find and more accessible. Founded in 1999, HappyCow was created as a public service to assist travelers and people everywhere find vegan, vegetarian, and healthy food. Today, our online community has grown to include members from around the world who are passionate about the vegetarian and vegan lifestyle as a healthy, compassionate, and environmentally sustainable way of living. More than a restaurant and health food store guide, HappyCow is a constant work-in-progress toward becoming the one-stop resource for everything VEG. More…
- Meatless Monday Video Series. Good ideas for eating a plant-based diets, plus embedded links to recipes.
- Nutrition MD
This Web site provides information for both health care providers and consumers on the role good nutrition plays in overall health, as well as how it relates to the prevention and treatment of specific conditions. You can also find guides on how to make over your diet, answers to specific nutrition questions, and delicious recipes.
Look for the Vegetarian Starter Kit.
- Plant-Based Diets: A solution to our public health crisis
- RGJ's "Mostly Dogs" blog
By local vegan extraordinaire, Mark Robison. Includes weekly "Vegan Wednesday" posts.
- Conscious Eating: Local, Organic, Plant-Based: What is truly sustainable.
- Vegetarian Resource Group
- Delectable Planet. Vegetarian Cooking shows YouTube Channel.
- Carnism Awareness & Action Network
- Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM)
- Veganism for Christians.
"Blessed are the merciful."
Rise of the Power Vegans Businessweek, 11/2010.Steve Wynn, Russell Simmons, Bill Clinton and a comparable cast of heavies are now using tempeh to assert their superiority. A look at what gives.
Rise of the Power Vegan Mens's Journal, 10/2010.No, Michael Douglas isn't vegan, at least that we've heard. But look above his head and you'll see the article title. Scroll down halfway on the linked page.
No one is saying that eating vegan will make you stronger, but the rap that you cannot build muscle or get enough protein for competitive strength training, or have the stamina for endurance training, turns out to be a myth. Even more compelling, though, is new evidence that eating vegan can reduce your risk of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.