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Navigating Eating Disorder Treatment as a Vegan

Navigating Eating Disorder Treatment as a Vegan

This week, blogger Mikah Victoria shares her story and insights about going through eating disorder treatment as a vegan. This article originally appeared in the first issue of Seedling magazine.  *** I was diagnosed with an eating disorder at the age of 16, and I entered a partial hospitalization program when I was 17. For … Read More

In Praise of Tea: Why You Should Drink More Tea!

In Praise of Tea: Why You Should Drink More Tea!

A lighthearted article for you this week. I sometimes feel as if I should be covering serious hard-hitting topics all the time, but sometimes it’s nice to think about what’s right with the world instead of what’s wrong. And one thing that’s definitely right with the world is tea! In case you hadn’t guessed, tea … Read More

9 Healthy Daily Habits That Will Change Your Life

9 Healthy Daily Habits That Will Change Your Life

Most of us feel, in the backs of our minds, that we ought to adopt certain healthy habits. We may even stress out about it, worrying that we don’t have time to fit in habits which would really improve our lives. It’s impossible to do everything, so we need to prioritise the habits which will … Read More

The Whole Food Plant-Based Diet: An Introduction

The Whole Food Plant-Based Diet: An Introduction

If you are vegan or vegan-curious, you may have heard people talking about the benefits of a whole food plant-based diet. But what exactly is this diet? Is it just a fad, and does it live up to the hype? Let’s take a look. What is a whole food plant-based diet? A whole food plant-based … Read More

How to Stop Wasting Food: Solutions to Food Waste

How to Stop Wasting Food: Solutions to Food Waste

The UK has a problem with food waste. Here are some statistics I found on the government website: We waste around seven million tons of food every year The average household throws away £470 worth of food per year Bread, fruit and vegetables are the most wasted foods Businesses are guilty too – the manufacturing … Read More

Health Outcomes: Why They’re (Probably) Not in Your Genes

Health Outcomes: Why They’re (Probably) Not in Your Genes

As a kid, I remember hearing that one in three people would get cancer in their lifetimes. It terrified me – cancer is almost undoubtedly the most feared illness in Western countries. But I consoled myself with the thought that almost no-one in my family had ever developed cancer. Maybe we just weren’t genetically predisposed … Read More

Is Veganism Expensive?

Is Veganism Expensive?

When doing vegan outreach, I often hear people say that they couldn’t go vegan because it’s too expensive. It astonishes me that this is still such a widely held viewpoint, so I thought I’d try to dispel it. Here goes. It depends what you eat Imagine if I said to someone, “Being a meat eater … Read More