The Environmental Working Group analyzed recent data on supermarket meat from federal scientists and found antibiotic-resistant bacteria (aka "superbugs") in nearly 80 percent of those meats.
Kat Von D has been slammed for making the "selfish" decision to not vaccinate her child, whom she plans to raise as a vegan.
The former reality star's latest Instagram post has caused an uproar among vegans, who have accused her of "a lack of empathy and compassion for other beings."
Only in 2018. It all started on Saturday when a very nice young woman did a very nice thing. She found a little girl crying outside her house and offered to help by fixing the sad situation she was in: Not having enough money to get ice cream from an ice cream truck. Like any reasonable person with a little cash on hand, the nice young woman gave the little girl some money so she could enjoy some ice cream with her friends. SEE ALSO: Delightful water-filled glove is the internet's best son The nice young woman, named Zara (Itsallzara on Twitter and her website), describes herself as a "22 year old Vegan blogger." That's an important detail, as you'll soon learn. She recounted her story in a tweet only to fall victim to the horrible, horrible reality that is social media: shitty men that feel the need to explain why that nice and reasonable thing you did is insanely wrong. That man, not content to chastise the nice woman in her DMs, doubled down on his shitty-ness, and posted his rude and unhinged comments to his own Twitter page. Take a look at what he sent her: I usually do not do this, but I feel like this is appropriate to post since this person is claiming to be a vegan even though she admitted to buying non-vegan ice cream for someone else, defended what she did when I spoke with her privately (hoping that would make her less likely pic.twitter.com/uBOSo6qR4m — Anthony Dagher ⓥ (@7AnthonyDagher7) April 28, 2018 The man, whose name is Anthony Dagher, scolded Zara for buying the girl ice cream because he assumed said ice cream wasn't vegan. Dagher, who describes himself as vegan in his Twitter bio, thought that Zara was betraying her vegan status by giving a girl money to buy a tasty frozen treat that contains dairy. He's so sure that he's correct in this situation that he screencapped his damning messages and tried to shame Zara by posting a screenshot of her Instagram account so "my Vegan followers" could let her know (Dagher obviously earned himself a block early on in this process). Not exactly the best way to prove that you're right. Dagher's subsequent tweets have been equally unhinged and he refuses to believe that anyone is right except for him. The internet is the best, isn't it? WATCH: It takes absolute precision to construct Earth's largest telescope, which will peak into far-off alien worlds
According to a series of screenshots on Twitter, itsallzara, a vegan blogger, tweeted that she bought an ice cream for a little girl who was crying because she didn't have enough money to buy one.
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.
Once I got over the shock of being offered a seat at the table with one of my ultimate style icons, my mouth began to water thinking of how Ms. Badu would feed my belly and soul.
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.
Kathy Freston is vegan, but forgivingly so. The bestselling author (whose most recent book, Veganist: Lose Weight, Get Healthy, Change the World , inspired Oprah Winfrey and her staff to take a one-week vegan challenge) encourages people to “lean into” the lifestyle by slowly replacing meat and dairy products with plant-based foods. Related: Veganism’s Surprising Skin Effects We like her style, so we asked the Los Angeles-based Freston to share her top vegan-friendly recipe resources.