VegOut Magazine Spring 2021 - Wellness

VegOut Magazine is the premier vegan food guide and lifestyle magazine. Each quarterly issue features the best plant-based things to eat, see, and do in cities across the US. You'll discover recipes, must-have products, and all the latest news! From iconic restaurants and happenings to celeb interviews and more, VegOut Magazine is your source for all things vegan.

国家:
United States
语言:
English
出版商:
VegOut Media LLC
出版周期:
Quarterly
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letter from the founder

Sometimes you crush your workout and drink half your body weight in water, and sometimes you nap, do a little yoga, and whip up a superfood smoothie that looks more like dessert than breakfast. It's a new year, sure, but we're also in the middle of a global pandemic and a nationwide racial justice movement. Self-care has never been more important than it is now. And self-care can look different depending on your emotional and physical needs in the moment. I know I've personally struggled with physical and mental health during COVID, as I'm sure many of you have. With gyms closed and motivation sometimes low, the most I could accomplish at certain times was scrolling through Instagram while downing my favorite vegan snacks. All of that said, we've dedicated this issue…

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contributors

Chelsea Wilkins @LAWFULLYVEGAN Chelsea is an attorney from Virginia who spent the last two years living and working in Los Angeles. Passionate about climate change, energy policy, and food systems, she is currently completing a Master of Laws in Energy and Natural Resources Law at Queen Mary University in London. Chelsea enjoys cooking, camping, hiking, and photography and has traveled to nineteen countries, seeking out the best gluten-free vegan food she can find along the way. Melissa Nowakowski @EXTRA.VEGAN Melissa has been vegan for three and a half years and is a self-proclaimed pizza and donut enthusiast. Has anyone tried combining the two yet? A public relations executive—when she’s not scouring New York City and beyond for the next great vegan food and beauty finds—she donates her time to HIT Living Foundation dog rescue and…

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spotlight on plant miami

South Florida’s Plant-Based Oasis Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood is known for its hip bars, vibrant art murals, and posh bistros, so it's no surprise that Plant Miami calls this area home. Housed inside of Miami’s premier event venue known as The Sacred Space Miami—a spot for yoga sessions, weddings, small gatherings, and more—the restaurant has been serving modern plant-based cuisine since 2017 and creates dishes inspired by the South Florida landscape. Raise your vibration as we explore Plant Miami, The Sacred Space, and the vision behind this unique and modern concept. Step Inside the Garden Plant Miami has always been more than just a fine dining restaurant—it's been an experience. From the moment you walk in, you’re submerged inside the tropical oasis of The Sacred Space Miami, which features an elegant and modern interior designed…

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the mind behind the concept

We spoke with Karla to discuss her holistic lifestyle experience, as well as to learn how she came to found The Sacred Space and Plant Miami. VO: Tell us a bit about your wellness journey and what motivated you to create The Sacred Space and Plant Miami. Karla: The Sacred Space Miami was born out of my own personal journey. I received a diagnosis of diabetes in my late twenties. I was morbidly obese and anxiety stricken. It wasn’t the prettiest time of my life, but I’m grateful for it being the catalyst to everything I’ve created within The Sacred Space. I had a deep sense of urgency to reverse the diabetes and the damage I had done to my body, so I began educating myself with ancient yogic modalities and started…

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ben & jerry’s partners with colin kaepernick to release new vegan flavor

Cementing its reputation as a social justice company that sells ice cream, Ben & Jerry’s announced a new non-dairy flavor—Change the Whirled—in partnership with NFL free agent and social advocate Colin Kaepernick. One hundred percent of Kaepernick’s proceeds (with matching support from Ben & Jerry’s) will go toward his nonprofit, Know Your Rights Camp, which works to advance the liberation and well being of Black and Brown communities. The pint is packed with vegan caramel ice cream swirled with graham crackers and chocolate cookie ribbons and studded with fudge chips.…

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an interview with neal barnard md, facc

Neal Barnard, MD, FACC, is an adjunct professor of medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, DC and president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. Dr. Barnard has led numerous research studies, authored more than 100 scientific publications and 20 books, and serves as editor-in-chief of the Nutrition Guide for Clinicians, a textbook made available to all US medical students. He has authored key resolutions, now part of American Medical Association policy, calling for a focus on prevention and nutrition in federal policies and medical practice. Originally from Fargo, North Dakota, Dr. Barnard received his MD at the George Washington University School of Medicine and completed his residency at the same institution. The doctor is in! We had the pleasure of chatting with Dr. Neal Barnard,…

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