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Is Honey Vegan friendly?

Is Honey Vegan friendly?

Why most vegans don’t eat honey Honey is a somewhat controversial food among vegans. Unlike overt animal foods like meat, eggs, and dairy, foods from insects aren’t always grouped into the vegan category. In fact, some vegans who eat an otherwise entirely plant-based diet may […]

Health Benefits of Tempeh

Health Benefits of Tempeh

What is Tempeh? Tempeh is a soy product from Indonesia that is made through a controlled fermentation process. While it has been a traditional, staple food in that region for generations, it has only recently become popular in the rest of the world. The rise of veganism […]

MORNING STAR FARMS / PLANT BASED PROTEIN

MORNING STAR FARMS / PLANT BASED PROTEIN

Plant-based protein. Seems like everywhere we turn right now, people are talking about plant-based-this and plant-protein-that. Over 40 years of spreading plant-based love through everyday food for everyday folks. No futuristic franken-food or all-or-nothing activism. Just uncompromisingly delicious vegetarian and plant protein takes on America’s favorite foods, for every appetite and every part of the day. That’s why we continually produce some of America’s most-loved and most eaten plant-based foods. Burgers to bacon, pulled pork to corn dogs, vegetarian to vegan; MorningStar Farms is plant-based goodness made for everyone.

Veggie Breakfast

Anti – aging food

Anti – aging food

Broccoli  Broccoli is an anti-inflammatory, anti-aging powerhouse packed with: vitamins C and K a variety of antioxidants fiber folate lutein calcium Your body needs vitamin C for the production of collagen, the main protein in skin that gives it strength and elasticity. Pineapple You don’t […]

Sol Sips/New vegan Restaurant in Brooklyn

Sol Sips/New vegan Restaurant in Brooklyn

Menu at Sol Sips Nut Milk 16 oz. Brazil and Guava $12.00 16 oz. Chocolate and Hazelnut $12.00 Smoothies Buddha Blu Smoothie Blueberries, mango and lavender Regular $6.50 Large $8.50 Cream Smoothie Cashews, bananas and cacao Regular $6.50 Large $8.50 Juice Solstice Orange, pineapple and […]

Beetroot/Super food

Beetroot/Super food

It Helps Treat Anemia

Since this mighty vegetable is enriched with a lot of iron content, it can help people suffering with anemia. If you have iron deficiency, you need to add beets in your diet immediately because it might cause other daunting health problems. Your body requires iron to produce hemoglobin, which is responsible to transport nutrients and oxygen to the other parts of your body. Hence, incorporating lots of sliced beetroot in your daily diet can treat anemia without any adverse effect.

Gives you glowing skin

If you’re healthy from within, it reflects on the outside. Beetroot juice acts a great blood purifier, which is key in keeping your skin glowing and healthy. Beetroots are also rich in Vitamin C which helps in clearing blemishes and evens out your skin tone while giving it a natural glow.

It Prevents Bad Cholesterol

Beetroot is loaded with flavonoids, dietary fiber, and betacyanin. Betacyanin is one of the most powerful antioxidants that are known to minimize the oxidation of LDL cholesterol and prevent its buildup in the arteries. This process protects your heart from stroke and life-threatening heart attacks. This is why experts recommend incorporating beets into daily routine to stop the buildup of bad cholesterol in your arteries.

Quinoa Salad

Quinoa Salad

Credit to Forks over Knives Ingredients 1 cup white quinoa, plus ¼ cup red quinoa, washed and drained 1 cup fresh corn, off the cob 2 cups filtered water Pinch sea salt 1 can (15 ounces) black beans, rinsed and drained ½ cup finely diced […]