LEARN ABOUT BEING A VEGAN, OR VEGETARIAN DIET
Dehydrating foods is easy. It can save money while eating healthier. It is a good way to teach your children about growing gardens and good nutrition.
Holiday entertaining brings special challenges when you're an omnivore catering to the meatless crowd. Learn how to welcome vegetarian dinner guests with this guide.
Learn how to choose healthy carbohydrate choices, instead of processed, fattening foods. Carbs can be healthy if they come from their natural sources.
Pinto beans, a vital ingredient in Mexican cuisine, are a healthy and budget-friendly legume that can prepared in many flavorful ways.
Red meat is known as a good source of iron, but there are plenty of meatless iron-rich foods too. Vegetarians are no more likely to be iron deficient than omnivores.
Myths about vegetarian and vegan diets persist, despite the support of science and increasing popularity. Here are the top 10, and why these myths are busted.
Vitamin B12 is only found in foods that come from animals. Vegetarians are not likely to be deficient, but vegans should consider their sources carefully.
Raising livestock uses lots of energy, depletes food supplies, emits greenhouse gases, and destroys habitat. Make some of these changes for a more sustainable diet.
It isn't necessary to drink milk or dairy products to get enough calcium. Find out which high-calcium vegetarian and vegan foods to eat instead.