Some vegans are able to eat a balanced diet—consisting of whole grains, legumes, seeds, and nuts, as well as vegetables, fruits, and unsaturated fats but others have dietary deficiencies,
There are plenty of protein-rich vegan-approved foods that, when prepared correctly, are just as delicious as any juicy steak or cheese omelet.
Each serving of grapefruit, apples, strawberries, kale and broccoli — as well as chocolate and maybe even an occasional glass of red wine — could help reduce your risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease.
Men who eat at least two servings a week of yogurt may be lowering their risk for colorectal cancer, a recent study suggests.
In the grand scheme of things, one epic day of holiday feasting and drinking might not be all that bad.