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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Besides being a veganic gardener, what’s motivating me to avoid chiggers naturally rather than eliminate them with chemicals?
Today’s recipe presents an Italian classic with an Asian twist! With savory nori, earthy miso, and fresh ginger infusing its tomato-, onion-, and garlic-based
Although all three of these studies point to beneficial interactions between probiotics and the brain, this field of research is ripe for more attention.
All these research efforts support Dr. B’s take on probiotics and immune system function… every…probiotic capsule… has the power to alter our gut microbes.
A perfect hot-weather lunch or supper, Chef Ryan’s Mediterranean Bowl comes together in minutes. And that’s great, because who wants to wait for a meal this hea
For any child, teen, or adult struggling with sleep disturbances, researching mindfulness techniques or taking a mindfulness class could prove worth the effort!
“Is green tea good for your immune system?”… the results of these six studies consistently point to the likelihood that it is.
Based on data from seventeen studies with nearly 50,000 enrollees, their findings were… amazing. Undeniably, dementia risk dropped as green tea intake rose:
For those nights when only a cheesy, creamy, zesty Italian dish will do, we’re offering Vegan Baked Ziti with garden-fresh basil and melt-in-you-mouth, cheesy g
“They discovered…the Fresh Start Effect applied to… a “new mental accounting period…” when we feel most inspired to put our undesirable behaviors behind us.
I could go on, but the point is clear. The health benefits of ginger and turmeric are so far-reaching that both deserve a place in a healthy whole-food plant-ba