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Young vegetarians: Getting the nutrition they needupdated: Fri Oct 21 2011 10:45:00

Niki Gianni was 11 or 12 when she found a video on YouTube called "Meet Your Meat." Saddened and disgusted by the footage from a slaughterhouse, the Chicago girl announced she was no longer going to eat meat. Her parents were less than thrilled.

Vegan diet for dogs: A question of thriving vs. survivingupdated: Sat Mar 12 2011 16:49:00

It began when Shelley Boyle's veterinarian recommended she stop feeding meat and dairy to her beloved mutt, Cleo, to determine whether a food allergy was to blame for the dog's chronic ear infection.

Russell Simmons on money, bliss and veganismupdated: Mon Feb 07 2011 10:47:00

The message of music mogul Russell Simmons' latest book, "Super Rich: A Guide to Having It All" (Gotham), may seem contradictory: A person can become "super rich" by reaching the state of needing nothing.

20 questions that could change your lifeupdated: Fri Jan 28 2011 12:19:00

If you're like most people, you became obsessed with questions around the age of two or three, and scientists now know that continuing to ask them can help keep your mind nimble however old you eventually become.

Where can a vegetarian get good protein?updated: Mon Dec 27 2010 16:24:00

As a vegetarian, what is a good source of protein? Do I use protein drinks or protein bars and if so, could you recommend a good one? I do not eat fish or chicken or any seafood, etc. Basically, if it was alive at one time, I will not eat it. Jessica Simpson Cooks Thanksgiving Dinner for Her Fiancéupdated: Tue Nov 30 2010 09:09:00

The singer whips up a vegan-friendly feast in a New York City hotel for Eric Johnson and family

At Thanksgiving, some adopt a turkey instead of eating oneupdated: Thu Nov 25 2010 09:04:00

Only two weeks into the adoption, Mordecai and Fiona are already exhibiting distinct personalities.

...and a side of Soylent Green, pleaseupdated: Tue Jul 27 2010 20:56:00

PETA - the animal rights activist group whose monthly stage blood budget must run in the quadruple to quintuple digits - today staged a pro-vegan publicity stunt at the intersection of W. 45th Street and Broadway in New York City's Times Square. Legendary proponents of nearly-nude public antics, the cadre's toned and comely volunteers assumed corpse poses upon human-sized, plastic-swaddled (don't they know how hazardous that is?) "meat" trays bedecked with stickers proclaiming, "Billions of Animals Are Abused and Violently Killed Because You Eat Meat."

Global bake sale is 'sweet' vegan activismupdated: Fri Apr 30 2010 09:12:00

When animal rights activist Jasmin Singer found herself face to face with a scientist who conducts animal testing, a cupcake was exchanged instead of harsh words.

In lieu of turkey, Thanksgiving sparks vegetable-inspired creativityupdated: Wed Nov 25 2009 13:09:00

Going vegetarian on Thanksgiving doesn't mean forcing tofu into faux poultry or shaping legumes into meat-like blobs.

From miserable man to 'Ultraman': A fitness journeyupdated: Mon Nov 02 2009 08:18:00

I can still remember it, vivid as yesterday. It was the eve of my 40th birthday, and I walked upstairs to take a shower. And I was winded. I mean very winded. As I was trying to catch my breath, I took off my shirt, looked in the mirror and tried to convince myself that I was still that fit guy I had always thought I was.

Food industry dictates nutrition policyupdated: Fri Oct 30 2009 10:11:00

Beyond the unhealthy influence that our demand for factory-farmed meat has in the area of food-borne illness and communicable diseases, we could cite many other influences on public health, most obviously the now-widely recognized relationship between the nation's major killers -- heart disease, No. 1; cancer, No. 2; and stroke, No. 3 -- and meat consumption.

Don't waste time trying to change a manupdated: Thu Sep 24 2009 16:23:00

A gaggle of girlfriends and I were sitting around drinking beer and bitching about our crappy love lives one late night when my buddy Marguerite shared something a wise relative had once told her: "The three most dangerous words a woman can say are, 'He has potential.'"

Celeb foodies bring a lot to the tableupdated: Tue Sep 08 2009 16:24:00

When chef Wheeler Del Torro found out that singer Erykah Badu was a vegan, he knew he had to get her his ice cream.

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