Some raw vegan bloggers are encouraging their readers to follow an extreme raw vegan diet to lighten or eradicate their periods, which they claim are “toxic.”
If you’re still scrambling to come up with a delicious dish that you can make in time for an early Thanksgiving dinner, we’ve got you covered.
The flood of beauty products being marketed as “gluten-free” would have you believe that someone with celiac disease cannot so much as dab at the stuff. But that’s not quite the case, say gluten-sensitivity experts.
This is one basic vegan recipe for a big batch of tasty burgers that can be made ahead and stored, It's also one that doesn’t crumble if you toss it around a bit on the grill.
PETA’s Convinced Stella McCartney to Develop Vegan Wool Another day, another PETA scandal. Underneath the above photo of seemingly content sheep enjoying a magical rainbow, British designer Stella McCartney posted a very sad message on Instagram: “I am very saddened to report that we have had to cease sourcing some of our sustainable wool from Ovis 21 in Patagonia. It was born as an amazing initiative to help protect a million acres of endangered grasslands in Patagonia whilst looking after the welfare of animals.
“I definitely notice I have brighter, clearer skin since going part-time vegan.” Simpson isn’t the only person to say that her skin changed along with her diet. “The pendulum has swung the other way, and there’s scientific evidence.” The thing is, that evidence doesn’t mean that a vegan diet is the only way to clear up one’s complexion. “I don’t think there’s any study that says a vegan diet, per se, is good for your skin,” he says. “But if you look at clinical studies, you’ll see that a low glycemic index diet is good for your skin.
Every other Thursday on Food52, Gena Hamshaw of the blog Choosing Raw shares satisfying, flavorful recipes that also happen to be vegan. Today: Welcome spring with a bright, lemony asparagus risotto.