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    A well written article in Rolling Stone by Moby explaining why he is vegan

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    Moby: Why I'm Vegan | Culture News | Rolling Stone
    F*ck Cancer

    Eat your veggies

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    F*ck Cancer

    Eat your veggies

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    Here is a good read for the veggies out there.
    Is Israel Going to Be the First Vegan Nation?The Vegan Woman

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    i love my being a vegan never will go back ^^ !

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    Went through this whole thread, its quite interesting. Lots of good resources. Slowly, very slowly I am sliding towards plant based diet. I was on it last year and felt way better, but I slipped back out of it due to laziness. The peer pressure is annnoying as heck too.
    I am surprised this site hasn't been mentioned yet!
    Vega Recipe Center - Vegan Recipes and Plant-Based Meals

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    Vega and Brendan Brazier (the founder) do know quite a bit about vegan nutrition. Although I found some of the recipes a bit inaccessible. Seriously, where the hell do I find dulse and why does it cost 25 bucks a pound? I don't got time/money for that. I also wasn't the biggest fan of his book (it's called Thrive if you are so inclined). He made a lot of bold claims about veganism, he didn't back up with references (like saying its impossible for vegans to get cancer). But Vega's stuff is definitely a good resource if you're looking for some ideas on what you should incorporate into your diet and you realize its more marketing for his products which I hear are top notch.

    On a more positive note, the Engine 2 stuff is fantastic. I have yet to find a recipe I don't like from there (the wild rice tacos are aces). The Engine 2 Diet

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinShoes View Post
    Vega and Brendan Brazier (the founder) do know quite a bit about vegan nutrition. Although I found some of the recipes a bit inaccessible. Seriously, where the hell do I find dulse and why does it cost 25 bucks a pound? I don't got time/money for that. I also wasn't the biggest fan of his book (it's called Thrive if you are so inclined). He made a lot of bold claims about veganism, he didn't back up with references (like saying its impossible for vegans to get cancer). But Vega's stuff is definitely a good resource if you're looking for some ideas on what you should incorporate into your diet and you realize its more marketing for his products which I hear are top notch.

    On a more positive note, the Engine 2 stuff is fantastic. I have yet to find a recipe I don't like from there (the wild rice tacos are aces). The Engine 2 Diet
    Oh yeah, I take any claim with a grain of salt. I like feeling good, so I use that as my guide for my diet. If I eat meat I feel worse than when I don't, especially when I go a while without eating it.
    I did notice, living in the centre of the continent, vegetarian fare is hard to come by...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinShoes View Post
    ... he didn't back up with references (like saying its impossible for vegans to get cancer). ...The Engine 2 Diet
    He may be basing that statement on a research paper and series of meta-data analysis from T. Collin Campbell that's pretty startling in it's implication of casein being a key factor in the creation of foci. He wrote a book called "The China Study" which is well cited and a great read. Highly recommend.
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    Id scrap the passion forum all together, its a breeding ground for unicorn milkers, rainbow chasers and candy cotton farters.

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    +1 on the China study!

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    ++1 on the China Study.

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    and another!
    "The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away."

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