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In most cases, type 2 diabetes can be prevented by adopting simple lifestyle changes like more exercise, a healthier diet, and weight management.
The foods of autumn hold a special place in our hearts, and as the weather gets a little chillier, there’s nothing better than whipping up some warming seasonal specialties.
Meatless Monday started out as one person’s mission to encourage healthier eating by cutting out meat one day a week. Today, nearly 20 years later, Meatless Monday has been adopted by schools, hospitals, restaurants, and home cooks in over 40 countries around the world.
This week, we are showcasing our most-viewed Meatless Monday recipes. All of these vegetable-forward recipes utilize familiar flavor profiles, so both vegans and meat-eaters alike can enjoy them together.
There’s an overwhelming body of research showing that, when it comes to agriculture, meat production has the most significant impact on the environment and climate change.
Eating more plant-based foods is good for our health and the environment, but many people new to meatless meals have questions about getting enough protein without meat or dairy. But thankfully, it’s easy to get plenty of protein from eating plant-based foods.
This summer has been far from typical, but cookouts are still very much a thing, and we want to make sure your next backyard barbecue is full of plant-based burger options
The summer tomato is juicy, bright, and pleasantly tart. It’s a versatile ingredient that can be transformed into everything from chutneys and salsas to salads and savory tarts.
Recreating our favorite meaty meals using only plant-based ingredients just requires a little bit of technique and some imagination. This Monday, try cooking up some meatless versions of the classics.
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