Mexican Chowder

Mexican Chowder

I love my chowders and I love Mexican food, so putting these two together just made sense. This recipe is from Everyday Happy Herbivore.



Plant-Strong Snacking

Plant-Strong Snacking

Like most people, I love to snack. When I was a triathlete, training four to eight hours and burning over 5,000 calories a day, I had an enormous appetite and snacks were a major part …



Uprooting the Leading Causes of Death

Uprooting the Leading Causes of Death

Dr. Michael Greger looks at the leading causes of death utilizing mainly scientific research from the last year.



Healthy Homemade Hummus

Healthy Homemade Hummus

This is the most basic of the spreads. You can find a variation of this recipe in almost any grocery store, but 95 percent of them are made with either olive oil or tahini (sesame …



Frank Medrano: Powered by Plants

Frank Medrano: Powered by Plants

Have you heard of Frank Medrano? He’s a body builder, and he does stuff like this.



Don’t Make Change Too Complicated: Instead Just Begin

Don’t Make Change Too Complicated: Instead Just Begin

My good friend Debbie called me the other day and asked for a little motivational help. She was struggling with giving up caffeinated tea, and asked me for the secret to giving up bad habits. …



Blackberry-Peach Cobbler

Blackberry-Peach Cobbler

Blackberries and peaches are in season, and they make a perfect pair for a summertime cobbler. Traditional cobblers rely on refined sugar, butter, and cow’s milk, but these ingredients aren’t missed at all in this …



Changing My Diet Saved Me from an Early Grave

Changing My Diet Saved Me from an Early Grave

To say I had a rough childhood is an understatement. My father was a maniac, alcoholic prizefighter who constantly beat my mom and two brothers while I lived on the run from his violent assaults. …



Pam Popper on “An Organic Conversation”

Pam Popper on "An Organic Conversation"

Pam Popper, N.D, who was featured in Forks Over Knives, was interviewed on the radio show “An Organic Conversation.”  Click below to listen to the interview.



Barley and Sweet Potato Pilaf

Barley and Sweet Potato Pilaf

Barley is not the usual in pilafs, but it works well when you want a change from rice. Tarragon has a flavor similar to fennel but milder. Serve this on a bed of spinach for …