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Vegetarian Foods Meat Eaters Will Love

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Nicole Hunt is a copywriter living in Portland, OR with her husband and two pets. She has been a vegetarian for over ten years and loves cooking and trying new recipes. You can learn more about her at her website www.nicolehunteditingandwriting.com.
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I have a secret: I was born into a family of meat eaters. As a child, animal products practically made up the entire base of my food pyramid. Growing up, we joked that loving cheese was a prerequisite to being in the Hunt family. But once I became a vegetarian, my family members happily made accommodations for my […]

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S is for Sunflower Seeds

Jane Lawson

I'm a 20-something on a mission to defining myself, and ending stigma surrounding allergies, autism and out-of-the-box thinkers. In my free time, I write the unconventional web series I've been creating, tend to my garden, and binge-watch stuff on Netflix. I blog at janepedia.com.

Sunflower seeds didn’t totally enter my everyday diet until I came home with three pages stapled together of all the things I’m allergic to. Well, almost all—I couldn’t be tested for nuts due to the risk of anaphylaxis. Since I was so sick, I was teetering on the edge of utterly desperate: I’d do nearly […]

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Four Foods That Make A Vegan Diet Irresistible!

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Nicole Hunt is a copywriter living in Portland, OR with her husband and two pets. She has been a vegetarian for over ten years and loves cooking and trying new recipes. You can learn more about her at her website www.nicolehunteditingandwriting.com.
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If you’re going vegan or vegetarian for the first time, you may be thinking you’re going to be terribly bored. You might imagine a bunch of plain salads, simple pastas, or fake meats like veggie burgers and soy hot dogs. You’re not wrong to worry. According to most media, vegans eat cardboard and soy everything. […]

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7 Top Plant Based Diet Myths Busted [Infographic]

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Monique Nelson

Founder at Choose to Cook
Monique Nelson is the founder, chief organizer and editor at Choose To Cook, and is highly motivated to help people of the world take charge of their health through simple and delicious nutritional changes.
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Plant based diets, such as Vegetarian or Vegan, are the subject of constant debate. Are they healthy or will they lead you to an early grave? On November 13th, 2015 I was an omnivore. Around 11:00 a.m on November 14th, 2016, I was a Vegan. I didn’t have a transition period, but I also wouldn’t […]

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How to pass time during immunotherapy

Jane Lawson

I'm a 20-something on a mission to defining myself, and ending stigma surrounding allergies, autism and out-of-the-box thinkers. In my free time, I write the unconventional web series I've been creating, tend to my garden, and binge-watch stuff on Netflix. I blog at janepedia.com.

I was getting allergy shots four days a week, every week, for several months. I received over 140 shots total, or maybe that was the shot days count. Either way, I quickly became bored and struggled to find new ways to pass time during immunotherapy. I mean, each day was like so: wait for shot, […]

Say goodbye to antihistamines before and during allergy scratch tests!

What to Expect at an Allergy Scratch Test

Jane Lawson

I'm a 20-something on a mission to defining myself, and ending stigma surrounding allergies, autism and out-of-the-box thinkers. In my free time, I write the unconventional web series I've been creating, tend to my garden, and binge-watch stuff on Netflix. I blog at janepedia.com.

Needles—lots of needles. An allergy scratch test is a lot like an optometrist’s appointment. You sit in a chair of a patient room, and you’re going to be sitting in that chair for the entire process. Honestly, I wouldn’t blame you if you went in your pajamas—I went in mine on the second day, just […]

Loma Linda University Vegetarian Food Pyramid

Vegetarian Diet: 9 Most Frequently Asked Questions

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Recipe developer, food photographer, stylist & blogger at Happy Kitchen.Rocks
Hi, I’m Elena, an expat recipe developer, cook and photographer behind the food blog Happy Kitchen.Rocks. My blog is all about delicious and healthy international food that is easy to make. I use natural ingredients, seasonal fruits and veggies, whole grains and lots of spices and herbs. I embrace the healthful nutrition and delicious food and I enjoy sharing my recipes with my readers. Head to my blog to get inspired!
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According to the Meat Atlas (see page 56), around the world there are more than 175 million people are following some form of vegetarian diet. In India, it is estimated that 40% of the population is vegetarian! Plant diets are known to have many health benefits including reduced risks for obesity, type 2 diabetes and […]

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Going Meatless to Save Money

Nicole Hunt
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Nicole Hunt is a copywriter living in Portland, OR with her husband and two pets. She has been a vegetarian for over ten years and loves cooking and trying new recipes. You can learn more about her at her website www.nicolehunteditingandwriting.com.
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There are any number of reasons why you might consider giving up meat. You may decide to go meatless just one day of the week, be a “semi vegetarian,” (going meatless most of the time, but giving in every once in a while), or swear off meat forever. You might decide to go veggie because […]

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How To Prepare For An Allergy Scratch Test

Jane Lawson

I'm a 20-something on a mission to defining myself, and ending stigma surrounding allergies, autism and out-of-the-box thinkers. In my free time, I write the unconventional web series I've been creating, tend to my garden, and binge-watch stuff on Netflix. I blog at janepedia.com.

I was drafted into an allergy scratch test after answering questions on a hot pink sheet full of questions. The answer which stuck out to everyone the most was how I’d coughed all year long. “You can’t really spend a whole year coughing,” my former doctor told me, “so I’m not even going to address […]

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Vote with Your Grocery Bill

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Monique Nelson

Founder at Choose to Cook
Monique Nelson is the founder, chief organizer and editor at Choose To Cook, and is highly motivated to help people of the world take charge of their health through simple and delicious nutritional changes.
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If you haven’t yet read my post on animal agriculture, please do before continuing here: Environmental Impact of Animal Agriculture. This brings me back to a very interesting conversation I had with a great friend of mine about whether or not a vegan diet is more sustainable than a omnivorous diet. I am, as you […]