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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The Shiraz researchers concluded, “Our study suggests that garlic reduces total cholesterol and LDL-cholesterol.”
The connection between beets and brain health has been the foundation of many… studies… these four stood out to me during my latest review of the subject.
Did you know that kimchi is considered the most important traditional fermented food in Korea? Kimchi is packed with probiotics thanks to its fermentation proce
… data collected from nearly 130,000 men and women came to a similar conclusion: it’s never the wrong time to start a plant based diet for heart health!
Loaded with complex carbs and a rainbow of flavonoid-rich veggies, this coconut Thai curry leaves the intensity and color of your curry paste up to you.
The balance of evidence… points to a clear connection between eating mushrooms and improving cognitive function or reducing the risk of cognitive decline.
Served over a bed of tender-but-chewy wild rice, it’s a substantial vegan meal packed with nearly 25 grams of plant-based protein per individual serving!
Significantly, the Swiss study showed that the brains of the dark chocolate group experienced positive changes not found in those of the white chocolate group.
Compared to a placebo, beta-glucan supplements reduced the frequency of common colds by an impressive 25%. They also helped people with colds sleep better.