Topic: Advice

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I'd like to jump into this post by saying, while I try not to be the queen of TMI, I do think ...

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When someone tells me they can't be plant-based (vegan) it's rarely, "Oh I can't give up [animal product]" and usually more like "Because I live in [place]."

I've been plant-based everywhere -- on a small Caribbean island for a year, in Africa, while traveling to some 35 cities, towns and villages across Europe. Sure, having a Whole Foods and Trader Joe's is nice, but it's not required. In fact, over the last 4 years, I ...

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February is American Heart Health month. As you know, my Father had a heart attack two years ago and his health has been our primary focus ever since.

According to the CDC, 715,000 Americans have a heart attack each year. Heart disease is also the leading cause of death for both men and women --- 1 out of every 4 deaths is from heart disease.

And here's what's really heartbreaking: it's all entirely preventible.

I can't ...

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The Happy Herbivore Cooking Show may be over for the season, but lucky for you, I have lots of fun videos to fill the void ;)

Last month, I dedicated an entire episode of the show to easy meals and even designed one of the weekly meal plans around the same idea. This month, I wanted to continue the "easy" theme by sharing some quick cooking tutorials.

All of these videos are 2 minutes or less, which means in less than ...

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In a perfect world, every item I buy would be organic, locally grown, freshly picked at peak that morning, fair trade, non-GMO, and so forth. I'd also make nearly everything myself from scratch.

Unfortunately, I don't live in a perfect world. I also don't have the wallet size to make that my reality all the time. My mantra, as you know, is progress not perfection and doing the best you can.

I always emphasize that last part ...

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