November 11 – Veterans Day! Vegan and Plant Based Options in the US Military. Tune in to today’s video!
November 10 – Plant Based and Vegan physicians to follow and learn from. Dr Michael Greger at Nutrition Facts Dr Laurie Marbas Dean Ornish, MD Joel Kahn MD Dr Caldwell Esselstyn Dr Kim Williams Dr William Bulsiewicz. Dr Neil Barnard Angie Sadeghi, MD Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
November 9 – Eat up Vedge Heads! How to stay full on a Vegan diet.
November 5 Today, let’s talk about what you CAN do to make healthier choices. Link here to subscribe to the Vedge Your Best community and receive my free download, “5 Reasons Vegan Challenges Are Impossible (And Why You Should Do Them Anyway)” https://mailchi.mp/a12366b7aee7/free-download
November 4 Vedge Your Best with kids – November 4 2020 World Vegan Month Click here to receive my PDF “5 Reasons Vegan Challenges Are Impossible (And Why You Should Do Them Anyway)” https://mailchi.mp/a12366b7aee7/free-download
Don’t Mind the Gap! I first read about the “Gap Between Knowing and Doing” many years ago in Steven Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Eﬀective People and it hit me hard. At the time, I thought it was just me that was continually stuck between my reality and my goals, but the years have shownContinue reading “Don’t Mind the Gap (Vegans Made Simple – Part 8)”
Peace, Empathy and Plants Polish-Canadian Science Journalist, Marta Zaraska lives in France (3 of my 4 favorite countries in one sentence) and has a new book out this summer which is a Vedge Your Best “must read.” Growing Young: How Friendship, Optimism, and Kindness can Help You Live to 100 YES, a Plant Based dietContinue reading “Book Giveaway”
Have you ever made a concerted effort to NOT think about a Polar Bear? Like every day? Multiple times? Sticky note reminder on the bathroom mirror. Do NOT think about Polar Bears. Sign on the Fridge. Do not THINK about Polar Bears. Reminder message on the home screen of your phone. Do not think aboutContinue reading “How NOT to Think [about Polar bears] – (Vegans Made Simple Part 7)”
“Cruelty-Free” on labels and in descriptions typically refers to products and actions which do not kill, harm or test on animals. There are Cruelty-Free cosmetics, cleaning products, additives and medications of all kinds.Cruelty-Free is often used to describe a vegan recipe or one of the thousands of vegan analog food products. It’s hard to argueContinue reading “Good Bye, Cruel Words! (Vegans Made Simple – Part 6)”