LEARN ABOUT BEING A VEGAN, OR VEGETARIAN DIET
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.
Find out how bee products like honey, royal jelly, propolis, beeswax and pollen are are made. Are they vegetarian? Read this to decide.
Want to avoid using non-stick cookware but have trouble using stainless steel? This method prevents sticking while conserving nutrients and water.
Vegetarian and vegan menus provide enough protein, as long as the diet is balanced. Read about meatless protein sources, and how much protein is needed for good health.
When adapting recipes from meat to vegetarian, choosing the right beef, chicken or pork substitute can make or break a recipe. Learn how to convert recipes the right way.
This amazing seed is rising in popularity, despite its ancient beginnings. Find out how to cook it and what nutritional benefits it offers.