Topic: FAQ

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Q: I'm going to be traveling to LA next month. I was wondering if there was any vegan restaurants, cafe, diners you can recommend. 

A: My favorite place to eat in LA is Swingers (2 locations) — they have several vegan menu items, including multi-grain banana pancakes, which I always get. 

If you find yourself in the Valley (Studio City/Sherman Oaks) go to the Hugo Taco stand for frozato, which is vegan soft-serve. It's ...

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You've got questions... about health and fitness!

Welcome to a special edition of our weekly Q&A posts. I noticed many of you had questions relating to issues with weight loss, fitness, and just getting healthy in general. With summer on the way and HH28 in full swing, I thought it was the perfect time to address these questions.P.S.: If you're participating in the HH28 Challenge or want more details, the first weekly Tweet Chat recap ...

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Q: Do you limit your fruit servings per day??

A: Personally, I do not. If I want fresh fruit, I eat fresh fruit. I could easily eat my weight in mango, strawberries and watermelon. I do find my fruit consumption changes throughout the year, however. For example, I eat (and crave) more fruits in the summer and spring than I do in the fall and winter. Although I don't make an effort to eat seasonally ...

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You've got questions... about minimalism! This is the second post in our two-part Minimalist Monday series answering your fantastic questions about minimalism.


You and your husband often move internationally. In fact, I am amazed and jealous. Do you take any furniture, appliances or bedding etc...with you? Do you have staples that go everywhere? Once you get there, do you end up spending extra money on needed items you should have kept?

Whatever doesn't fit in the suitcase ...

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Q: My daughter and I are doing a 5K tomorrow and I haven't run since joining the meal plan. Any post-workout/run suggestions for food or drink?

A: Make sure you hydrate after the race. Some people feel queasy after running and can't stomach solids, so a liquid is the best option for the first half hour or so. A friend of mine is a marathoner and she likes to drink smoothies after long ...

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