Tag: Healthy

  • Is Processed Vegan Meat Healthy? There's Good News and Bad News

    In the last few years, the number of vegan meat products lining the shelves has surged dramatically. The global market, which was valued at more than $5 billion in 2021 and is set to hit more than $33 billion by 2031, has given us bacon, burgers, sausages, chicken pieces, and much more, all of which…

  • What Is a Raw Vegan Diet and Is It Healthy?

    If cooking isn’t on your list of top priorities or if it’s a particularly sweltering day, then the idea of not having to roast vegetables or fry up some crispy tofu sounds pretty appealing. Maybe you occasionally eschew cooking for plant-based smoothies and salads. If that’s the case, then you’ve already dabbled in raw veganism.…

  • Is Nut Butter Healthy? Here Are the Best Vegan Options

    Nut butter will forever be a staple in our pantries. A spoonful of almond butter is the perfect pick-me-up for when we’re feeling a little peckish, and tahini-stuffed dates are one of our go-to pre-workout snacks. The humble peanut butter and jelly sandwich is something that we will never, ever tire of—especially on days when…

  • 8 Healthy Vegan Snack Swaps

    The resolve to eat a bit healthier is strong, and we’re swapping our weekly takeout for hearty home-cooked meals, fresh fruits and veggies, and nutritious snacks. Just like adopting a plant-based diet, holistic health isn’t about deprivation, starvation, or the elimination of foods you love—it’s about creating a sustainable lifestyle, and this includes snacks.  What…

  • These Easy, Healthy Vegan Meals Are Perfect for College Dorm Cooking

    Busy college students often have to cook meals in a pinch. Unfortunately, improper meal planning means we’re left desperately reaching for cereal, thawing frozen meals, or splurging on takeout.  However, this doesn’t have to be the case. In fact, eating healthy plant-based meals while living the dorm life requires nothing more than a microwave and…

  • The Secret to Oprah's Healthy Weight Loss: No Restriction and Plenty of Plants

    Research suggests that around 45 million Americans attempt to lose weight through dieting every year, and most of the time, it doesn’t work. This is often down to multiple factors, claims Harvard Health, but one key reason is that diets are often far too restrictive. After all, who wants to regularly miss out on their…