Considering veganism as bigger than your own dietary choices can free you from futile debates about what is and isn’t acceptable on the plate.
Taking part in Veganuary? Then you’ll want to read this.
As omnivores, humans can choose to not consume any animal products. But what happens when we feed a vegan diet to our carnivore companions?
Eggs are hard to beat, but there are plenty of other options.
Raw veganism may have more risks than benefits.
Soy offers many potential health benefits and is generally cheaper than meat.
A climate-friendly diet is a relatively easy way to reduce your environmental impact.
Vegetarian and vegan diets are the best for the planet. But most omnivores simply won’t switch to them. It’s realistic to promote the Mediterranean diet instead.
Getting enough iron is tricky – even if we eat enough, we might not absorb enough. But diversifying the menu and looking for fortified foods can help.
Most vegan cheeses have little nutritional value.
Plant-based diets may lack a number of important nutrients, such as vitamin B12 and iodine.
A new ‘protein roadmap’ produced by CSIRO reveals foods set to fill fridges by 2030 as health, environmental and ethical concerns push consumers away from meat.
Plentiful meat substitutes might be making plant-based diets more popular.
Eating less meat was also linked with a lower risk of colorectal, breast, and prostate cancer.
Eating more plant-based foods is great for your health, for farm animals and the environment.
Psychologists have described a ‘meat paradox’ in the minds of meat-eating animal lovers.
People who don’t drink milk can choose other foods to get the calcium, protein, vitamins and minerals their bodies need.
To explain the difference between vegan and non-vegan wines, I first need to walk you through the basics of conventional winemaking. So top up your glass and let’s begin.
As new year’s resolutions start pouring in, you may want to reconsider a plant-based diet if your motivation is health.
The future of Christmas food could include artificial meat, soil-free veg and hybrid protein treats.