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Vegan, gluten-free? Tips for safe and tasty tripsupdated: Thu Jan 26 2012 08:32:00

Hilary Davidson was diagnosed with celiac disease eight years ago and worried at first that she couldn't maintain a gluten-free diet on the road. But the idea of staying in one place didn't suit her -- or her work as a novelist and travel writer -- so she started calling restaurants and turning to the Internet to figure out what she could eat abroad.

Health Coach: Dr. Oz's vegan diet tipsupdated: Thu Jan 26 2012 08:32:00

Dr. Oz tells vegans how to get proteins and vitamins they may miss.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Fast-food chains adapt to local tastesupdated: Thu Apr 08 2010 10:18:00

After thousands of years of civilization, finally India has Crunchwraps.

Scientist: Don't blame cows for climate changeupdated: Tue Mar 30 2010 09:00:00

A scientist in the United States has questioned the impact meat and diary production has on climate change, and accused the United Nations of exaggerating the link.

Vegetarian activists try in-your-face tacticsupdated: Mon Mar 22 2010 09:15:00

Not content to sit quietly at home eating their tofu cutlets, more and more vegetarians, it seems, are taking action, trying to get the carnivorous masses to change their ways. Biggest Loser's Trainer Bob Shares a Favorite Veggie Recipe for the New Yearupdated: Fri Jan 01 2010 17:09:00

The Biggest Loser trainer - and vegetarian - considers cooking his "therapy"

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.

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.

Is meat safe?updated: Tue Oct 13 2009 09:54:00

Larry King and panel talk about loved ones consuming and being injured by contaminated meat products.

Should Americans banish the burger?updated: Tue Oct 13 2009 09:54:00

Hamburgers are an American passion. And millions of Americans consume burgers, and other forms of meat, every day without consequences.

Could low iron, protein contribute to soreness after exercise?updated: Fri Jul 10 2009 09:31:00

I seem to get very sore after every workout. My fiancé says I'm working out too hard, but I was wondering if there were other reasons. I've been a vegetarian for 13 years and am usually low on protein and iron (and probably a few other things, too). Could low levels of protein and/or iron contribute to why I get so sore after working out?

Belgian city goes meat-freeupdated: Thu May 14 2009 06:24:00

A Belgian city has decided to go "veggie" for a day in an effort to highlight the environmental and health costs of eating meat. Kirstie Alley: 'Yes, I Gained 83 Pounds'updated: Wed May 06 2009 23:09:00

The star owns up to putting on weight - one culprit? Butter! - and vows to lose it again

India heart diseaseupdated: Wed Apr 08 2009 08:33:00

Research has highlighted why the Indian sub-continent has the highest risk for heart disease worldwide.

Heart disease on the rise in Indiaupdated: Wed Apr 08 2009 08:33:00

Hindu priest Pandjitee is not overweight, does not smoke or drink and follows a strict vegetarian diet. Yet three years ago he was suddenly struck by a heart attack.

Celebrity chef Oliver reveals menu for G-20 leadersupdated: Thu Apr 02 2009 02:18:00

Celebrity Chef Jamie Oliver will serve a dinner of Scottish organic salmon, Welsh lamb and a traditional Bakewell Tart for G-20 leaders at the prime minister's residence Wednesday.

G20 protest preparationsupdated: Thu Apr 02 2009 02:18:00

As ITN's James Blake reports, there are fears there could be violent protests at next week's G20 summit.

The raw truth about dietingupdated: Wed Feb 04 2009 18:19:00

A woman loses weight gain by going 'cold cucumber' and eating only raw foods. Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.

Woman goes raw, loses more than half herselfupdated: Wed Feb 04 2009 18:19:00

Angela Stokes had never been overweight as a child.

London: Where to eatupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 07:42:00

In London you can sample food from anywhere in the world. The city boasts excellent eateries serving everything from Ethiopian to Peruvian cuisine, but right now traditional British food is having something of a revival, showcasing the best seasonal ingredients the isles have to offer.

Berlin: Where to eatupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 07:08:00

Although not famed for its home-grown cuisine, there's some excellent dining to be had in Berlin. Alongside the more traditional French restaurants, such as the superb Margaux (Unter den Linden 78), there is also a huge variety of quality ethnic food, including Turkish, Ethiopian and Moroccan eateries.

Copenhagen: Where to eatupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 06:56:00

At last count, Copenhagen's restaurants boasted 12 Michelin stars between them, more than anywhere else in Scandinavia. Putting Animal Cruelty on the Ballotupdated: Tue Nov 04 2008 13:00:00

TIME talks to Humane Society president Wayne Pacelle about eating meat, factory farming and California's Proposition 2 Veganismupdated: Thu Oct 30 2008 13:00:00

The story behind people who don't eat meat (or egg or dairy or anything that that came from an animal) Heather Mills Donates $1 Mil to Healthy-Food Projectupdated: Sun Sep 21 2008 16:56:00

The famous divorcée wants to open a fast-food chain with wise options

Adding up gallons you can saveupdated: Wed Apr 02 2008 09:52:00

Convincing your daughter to cut down on her shower time may not be an option, so use the water-saving guidelines below to see how many gallons you and your family could conserve each year McNamee lawyer: No lawsuit forthcomingupdated: Tue Feb 05 2008 17:56:00

Perhaps no one was watching Mike Wallace's interview of Roger Clemens on 60 Minutes on Sunday night more intently than Richard Emery, the attorney for Brian McNamee. McNamee is the personal trainer who told former senator George Mitchell and federal investigators that he had injected Clemens with steroids and human growth hormone.

Young vegetariansupdated: Fri Oct 12 2007 12:14:00

How do you make sure vegetarian children stay healthy? CNN's Judy Fortin tells us in this Health Minute.

5 healthy food trends worth followingupdated: Tue Oct 02 2007 10:25:00

If you want to know where American food traditions are headed, look back. Many of today's most healthful eating trends bear a strong resemblance to yesterday's: Nearby farms offering nutritious, peak-of-season produce; slow-cooked dinners that foster leisurely family meals; an emphasis on meatless dishes and minimally processed foods.

Going Vegetarianupdated: Mon Oct 01 2007 18:57:00

A balanced diet is important to people who eat meatless meals as Judy Fortin reports in this Health Minute.

Protein a key concern for vegetariansupdated: Mon Oct 01 2007 18:57:00

It's lunchtime at Café Sunflower in Atlanta, Georgia. The kitchen is humming as the chef prepares the most popular item on the menu: sesame chicken. That's not what you'd expect at a vegetarian restaurant. But the so-called chicken is actually a seasoned soy product made to taste like the real thing. "It's a treat for vegetarians who miss meat," says restaurant owner Edward Sun. Alicia Silverstone Bares all for Veggie Adupdated: Thu Sep 20 2007 12:23:00

Alicia Silverstone would rather go naked than eat meat.

New York city guideupdated: Thu Nov 09 2006 06:36:00

Check out our suggestions for the East Coast's hippest city and send us your own suggestions and comments.

Costa Rica eco-trip: A veggie anniversary adventureupdated: Fri Oct 27 2006 16:11:00

This year, David and Laurie Bergthold, of Oceanside, California, are celebrating their 10th wedding anniversary -- surprising to some, considering the couple got engaged after knowing each other only four months, and were married four months after that.

Czech, please! updated: Tue Apr 25 2006 09:55:00

The city once known for really dreary food -- from meat to potatoes and back -- has learned to lighten up. Even vegetarians can have a fulfilling experience.

Widow: Atkins wasn't obese at deathupdated: Sun Feb 15 2004 21:03:00

The widow of low-carb diet guru Dr. Robert Atkins said Monday that she was "outraged" at charges her husband was obese at the time of his death and denied his heart problems had anything to do with the protein-heavy diet he espoused.

FSB: Dilbert's Assault On The Food Aisles Scott Adams's latest creation: the Dilberito, a vitamin-packed burrito for vegeupdated: Tue May 01 2001 00:01:00

If you are told that satirist Scott Adams, creator of the Dilbert cartoon, has invented a consumer product that you can hold in your hand, you will likely be braced for something whimsical. But no-...

Fortune: The outlook for veal parmigiana, the honesty industry, double taxation at 3 A.M., and other matters. THE NEXT BIG CAUSEupdated: Mon Mar 27 1989 00:01:00

''Hotel Drops Veal from Restaurant Menus'' was the headline atop a UPI dispatch the other day. The story went on to recount that the Clarion Hotel in Cincinnati had taken a principled stand against...

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