Dr. Baxter Montgomery, a Houston-based cardiologist, talks about the health benefits of a vegan lifestyle and explains how he has successfully reversed diseases by prescribing a plant-based diet.
Deciding to take the route of a plant-based diet can often mean completely revising your plate, and possibly going against the grain of family tradition.
People seeking to eat a healthy diet often come face-to-face with cost and affordability.
Shopping for a plant-based diet doesn’t have to be expensive or time consuming; we have compiled a list of our go-to spots to get the routine and specialty items that we use regularly.
Feeling like you’re missing out on something? Here’s a roundup of common craving and some good plant-based alternatives.
We’ve been there and know that you can soar on high-intensity and long-distance rides with a plant-powered diet.
There are many cafes, health-focused and ethnic restaurants that serve meat, but also offer some vegan options. These places can be handy when you’re dining with company who desires something besides plant-based foods.
Here’s a list of vegan and vegan-friendly vegetarian places to eat in Houston. We will update this list as we discover new places. We will also be adding reviews of what’s good to try at each place so stay tuned. *Listings with a star next to the name are places we’ve visited and recommend. Houston’s…
A plant-based diet provides a great variety of meal options that are naturally great sources of protein. Here’s a rundown of some of the most power-packed choices: Lentils Black eyed peas Black beans Red Beans Chickpeas Quinoa Almonds Nutritional yeast Pumpkin seeds Pistacios Chia seeds Hemp seeds Oatmeal Post in progress to be continued …
Some good news: A plant-based diet doesn’t mean you have to bid farewell to all your beloved comfort foods. Also, we’ve met so many people who love ice cream, but ice cream makes them feel ill. –Why suffer through your love of ice cream when you can eat ice cream options that will love you…