Gregg’s vision for a healthy, sustainable, kind world begins with you. You have the power to consume a diet which is good for you, better for the planet, and the very best for biodiversity and animal welfare.
On January 1, 2020 Gregg read the China Study by T. Colin Campbell and then went on to read 100 books in 100 days. He has continued reading plant-based books, watching vegan videos and movies, listening to podcasts, browsing websites, news articles, reviewing research, and blogging about what he is learning each day.
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Unfortunately, an alarming number of people are strangers to the linked benefits of healthy eating and exercise. And health is suffering more and more consequen
New research shows that the health benefits of beet juice include major effects on these bacteria and their role in our cardiovascular and cognitive functions.
Sweet basil has become such a gardener’s favorite that almost any nursery or big-box garden store is sure to have shelves full of it at this time of year
Research has found that coupling modified DASH diet recommendations with a vegan-based fasting period increases beneficial gut bacteria and boosts immunity…
Figuring out how to get rid of bad habits is essential for our health, the health of our families, and our society. Addiction to junk food is a global problem.
Understanding the fiber and gut microbiome connection is essential for our health.
Perhaps introducing a little wisdom into our food choices will balance our gut-brain axis… and boost our entire outlook on the world!
The researchers concluded the study affirmed a strong connection between our gut microflora and our stress…levels…. the second brain was part of the connection!
Untouched by chemical fertilizers or herbicides, these dandelions are just waiting for someone to see them as they are: a highly nutritious plant food.
“With powerful antioxidant activities…, lentils seem to be the best among all tested food legumes for … promoting heart health and for preventing cancers.”
Knowing how to develop good habits includes checking my progress periodically and making adjustments that keep me on course.