The pegan diet combines the paleo and vegan diets. Learn which foods pegans can eat, which are off-limits, and the pros and cons of the diet.
Learn how to go vegan, the benefits of a vegan diet and how to avoid the potential risks. Plus, get the ultimate vegan food list to cover your health needs.
On a vegetarian or vegan diet, you can get enough protein if you eat an adequate number of calories from a variety of whole foods. Here are some top plant protein sources to include.
Diabetes educator Sue Cotey shares how she became vegan and the many benefits of this type of diet – from fighting chronic disease to preventing diabetes.
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Starting a new diet can feel overwhelming. Learn where to start and what to focus on when you’re start a plant-based diet.
Your brain and nervous system rely on B vitamins. But your body can’t store them, so you have to get them from food. Find out how to work more B into your diet.
For anyone looking to pare back their meat consumption, packaged meat alternatives can help ease the transition. A dietitian explains what to look for in a good product.
There is no question that you can be a vegetarian and an athlete. The tougher question is – how can I become vegetarian and not compromise my athletic performance?
Oat milk is a popular alternative to cow’s milk (à la almond or soy milk) that’s made from oats, water and sometimes a few additional ingredients. It typically has a bit more protein and fiber than other kinds of nondairy milks but also more calories and carbohydrates.
Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Here, functional medicine specialist Mark Hyman, MD, explains why vegetarians and vegans may find weight loss a challenge.