Blog Topic: Herbies

Herbie of the Week: Rhanda

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Meet our Herbie of the Week, Rhanda, who is an excellent reminder that diet-related health problems aren't always visible on the outside. I immediately identifed with Rhanda's story, because I too have suffered from debilitating migraines and menstrual cramps in the past. Transitioning to a whole foods, plant-based diet has significantly helped both of us — all hail the power of plants!


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Herbie of the Week: Sheldon

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I'm stoked to introduce Sheldon, our butt-kicking Herbie of the Week. Sheldon is a retired NYPD captain and 9/11 first responder. During his police career, Sheldon was decorated in the line of duty 60 (SIXTY!!) times, yet it was his diet — not his public service —  that almost cost him his life. After saving another life (his own!), Sheldon went on to become a ...


Raising Herbies (Part 3): Vegan/Plant-Based Pregnancies, Formula, Doctors & More

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This is the final post in this week's 3-part Raising Herbies series. Check out Raising Herbies (Part 1): How to Raise Vegan/Plant-Based Kids, Transitioning Diets & More and Raising Herbies (Part 2): Getting Kids to Eat Healthy for more great tips from our amazing Herbie Parents.

Perhaps slightly out of biological order ;) today's Part 3 post focuses on pregnancy, breast feeding, and early ...


Raising Herbies (Part 2): Getting Kids to Eat Healthy

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So we've talked about raising kids vegan since birth, transitioning kids to a plant-based diet, and handling social situations in Part 1 and now we're sharing tips and tricks for getting kids to eat their veggies!

Before I let the Herbie Parents chime in, here are some experiences I have had with my nieces, nephews and friends' kids.


First, it's important to ...


Herbie of the Week: Beth (She Beat Infertility and PCOS!)

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In honor of Mother's Day, we have been focusing on Herbie parents and kids this week and we're continuing that theme today with our Herbie of the Week: Beth! By adopting a plant-based diet, Beth reversed her infertility related to Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). She also lost 72 pounds, reversed her IBS and was able to get off her meds!!


Back in January ...