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Courtney Davison

Courtney Davison is Forks Over Knives’ associate editor. A writer and editor on a wide range of subjects, she co-wrote a nationally syndicated advice column from 2016 to 2018 and co-authored the 2018 book Ask Me Anything: A Year of Advice from Dear Annie. Courtney is a longtime vegan and in her free time enjoys trying new recipes and spending quality time with her cat.

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What is Cholesterol? How It Works, Foods to Avoid, and the Truth About HDL

Cholesterol is a little molecule with huge implications for human health. Read on for a breakdown of how cholesterol works—including why HDL…

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2 Foods to Ditch if You Have GI Issues, Plus More Expert Advice from Gut Whisperer Will Bulsiewicz, MD

Photo by Margaret Wright As rates of irritable bowel disease and other gastrointestinal disorders have risen in recent years, so, too, has…

Gastroenterologist Will Bulsiewicz stands in kitchen holding a Mason jar of sprouts, alongside a photo of the cover of his new book, The Fiber Fueled Cookbook see article

Our Most Popular Plant-Based Success Stories of 2021

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New Study Links Plant-Based Diets with Lower Risk of Fatal Prostate Cancer

New research provides fresh evidence that plant-rich diets may protect against prostate cancer.  The study, published in the November 2021 issue of…

Man's hands holding a knife and chopping a bell pepper on a cutting board, with other vegetables - Plant-based diets have been shown to reduce risks of prostate cancer see article

5 Reasons to Cut Back on Sodium

Sodium is essential: It helps conduct nerve impulses, control muscles, and regulate fluid levels. But when we eat too much of it—as…

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What Are Highly Processed Foods?

Americans eat more highly processed foods today than ever, a trend that is especially pronounced among children and adolescents, who get 67…

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These Game-Changing U.S. Hospitals Grow Their Own Produce for Hospital Meals and More

Fresh, healthy food is often an afterthought in the American health care system, but some forward-thinking U.S. hospitals are changing the game…

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New Research Finds the Genetic Mutation That Links High Meat Intake and Cancer

A study published in the June 2021 issue of Cancer Discovery sheds new light on how eating red meat may promote the…

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Q&A: Bodybuilder Robert Cheeke, Ultrarunner Matt Frazier on Their New Book for Plant-Based Athletes

Bodybuilder Robert Cheeke (Vegan Bodybuilding) and ultrarunner Matt Frazier (No Meat Athlete) have dedicated their careers to helping other athletes adopt, maintain,…

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An Oral History of Forks Over Knives, the Film That’s Been Changing Lives for a Decade

On May 6, 2011, Forks Over Knives premiered and introduced millions to a simple yet striking idea: For some of the most…

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