I have always been an athlete. From a young age, my mother would place my two brothers and me in any sports activity that was available. I grew up playing baseball, football, basketball, soccer, and running track. In high school,… Read more
Imagine running into a friend at the gym who was just finishing her aerobic workout. Sweaty and flushed, she downs a bottle of water and remarks, “Got to get my hydrogen!” While we may instinctively sense that there is something… Read more
One year ago today, my life changed forever. I feel blessed to have stumbled upon Forks Over Knives. It completely changed my perception of food and what it does to the body. It became clear to me why I had… Read more
Legendary filmmaker James Cameron, speaking to an audience at the BLUE Ocean Film Festival a few weeks ago, praised Forks Over Knives which inspired him to adopt a plant-based diet. Cameron said, “We’re always talking about what are the action… Read more
Once weaned, children are just like small adults when it comes to nutrition. Starches (potatoes, corn, rice, sweet potatoes, beans, etc.) must provide the bulk of their calories in order for them to thrive. Meat and dairy products, along with… Read more
Seven years ago I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis, an autoimmune disease that causes severe abdominal pain, thousands of tiny sores in the colon, and bloody watery stools. My gastroenterologist also removed several pre-cancerous tubular adenomas at the time of my… Read more
For the past three years, I have been battling several health issues and trying to control my weight. I have been overweight my entire life and up until college, did not bother to notice or change anything about myself. Once I… Read more
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 of my life–I couldn’t go… Read more
In this NutritionFacts.org video, Dr. Michael Greger looks at the leading causes of death in the United States. Using recent studies, Dr. Greger gives essential advice on how best to feed ourselves and our families to prevent, treat, and even reverse the… Read more
This story was updated in April 2015 to correct outdated links. Have you heard of Frank Medrano? He’s a body builder, and he does stuff like this. And his strength comes from plants. That’s right: Frank Medrano is vegan. Frank,… Read more
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. She was setting in for… Read more
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. Finally, after a severe beating… Read more
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.
Forks Over Knives – The Cookbook arrives two weeks before its official release date and is now available for immediate shipping on ForksOverKnives.com. The book, authored by Del Sroufe, contains more than 300 classic and unexpected recipes from around the world. … Read more
On May 12, 2012, T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D. spoke at TEDx in New York City. Click below to watch the 18 minute presentation.
This article was originally published on One Green Planet, and has been reprinted with permission. These days, few commentaries cause vegans more despair than those proclaiming the virtues of eating “humane” meat, those promoting the ethics of eating “sustainable” meat,… Read more