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Lindsay Morris

Lindsay Morris is a Los Angeles-based writer whose work has appeared in publications including Shape, Natural Health, Chicago Tribune, and Women’s Adventure. A graduate of Marquette University, she enjoys hiking, camping, and baking home-milled bread.

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From E. Coli to COVID-19: How Animal Agriculture Spawns Infectious Diseases

With 7.5 billion humans and more than 70 billion food animals, we are closer to animals than ever before. As the coronavirus…

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New Harvard Review Finds Little Evidence to Support U.S. Dairy Recommendations

Dairy has long been touted as a healthy source of calcium. But a recent review, titled “Milk and Health,” published in the…

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How to Maximize Savings on a Plant-Based Diet

A whole-food, plant-based diet doesn’t just make health sense; it saves dollars and cents. Going plant-based can cut grocery bills by $750…

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New Review Shows Plant-Based Diet May Reduce Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms

A plant-based diet may benefit individuals who experience rheumatoid arthritis (RA), according to a review of clinical trials and observational studies published…

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The Plant-Based Guide to Cruise Vacations

Healthy eating might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you consider a cruise. But as demand grows for…

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New Study: Eating More Plants Cuts Cardiovascular Disease Risk by a Third

Diets higher in plant foods are associated with a substantially lower risk of cardiovascular disease and death, according to new research published…

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New Diabetes Study Underscores Benefits of Sticking to a Healthy Plant-Based Diet

People who stick to a plant-based diet have a 23 percent lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a report…

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New Study: White Meat as Bad for Cholesterol as Red Meat; Plant-Based Diet Best for Health

New research challenges a commonly held assumption that those watching their cholesterol should opt for chicken. Consuming high quantities of meat—red or…

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New Studies: Highly Processed Foods Linked to Increased Disease and Mortality Risks

Ultra-processed foods aren’t just bad for your waistline; they may contribute to an increased risk of disease and mortality, according to two…

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New York Moves to Guarantee Plant-Based Options at Hospitals Statewide

The New York State Legislature passed a bill last week that would ensure access to plant-based meals and snacks for hospital patients…

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