VegNews Magazine January/February 2017

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dear colleen...

Imagine yourself 20 years from today. You walk into a room, and standing there before you is your younger self. You look at this person with an almost parental sense of duty to guide her through the next two decades. What would you say? My words of wisdom might include to find joy in everyday moments, nurture friendships, and to not sweat the small stuff. I would also say this: stop wasting precious time trying to be “perfect” and start listening to your body, as it will tell you everything you need to know—especially when it comes to finding peace with food, your weight, and, ultimately, yourself. If you’re a woman in the United States, odds are that you’ve been on a diet (an astounding 90 percent of women in this country…

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1 Nicole Axworthy London Calling, p.58 Where I live: Toronto Veg for: 17 years What I ate for breakfast today: Maplecinnamon overnight oats with hemp hearts and blueberries I make a mean: Spicy chili My favorite smoothie blend: Spinach, zucchini, banana, nut butter, and almond milk My favorite way to eat kale: Smothered in lemon-tahini dressing My vegan splurge: A new, custom kitchen My dream vacation: Italy My New Year’s resolution: To up my running game 2 Oliver Barth Salad Days, p.40 Where I live: Los Angeles Veg for: 5 years What I ate for breakfast today: Sprouted bread with coconut oil My favorite smoothie blend: Banana, kale, almond butter, protein powder, spirulina, maca, and almond milk My vegan splurge: Sweet pastries My dream vacation: Antarctica My must-have kitchen tool: Blender My New Year’s resolution: To keep growing as a person and live life fully 3 Margaux Lushing Phoenix…

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got milk?

FOOD / HEALTH / ENVIRONMENT / ANIMALS / BUZZ Almond milk contains 45 percent of the RDA of calcium and zero grams of sugar. Cashew With more calcium than whole and nonfat milks, cashew milk contains 50 percent of the RDA of vitamin B12—about the same as dairy. Coconut In addition to being an excellent source of electrolytes, coconut milk contains 30 percent of the RDA of vitamin D, whereas dairy contains 20 percent. hemp Protein-rich hemp milk provides an entire day’s worth of omega-3s—nearly five times more than what’s found in cows’ milk. Oat With far more iron than dairy, oat milk is also extremely high in soluble fiber. Soy The calcium in proteinpacked soy milk is as absorbable as calcium in cows’ milk and has 75 percent more antioxidants. FOOD+HEALTH/now For the first time ever, every federal…

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5 Lattes, pies, French toast—you name it, we’re topping it with the good stuff on Whipped Cream Day. Coconut-based topping, here we come! 17 What better time of year for today’s launch of the 28-day, step-by-step vegan guide, The Forks Over Knives Plan: How to Transition to the Life-Saving, Whole-Food, Plant-Based Diet? 27 Well, it’s Alan Cumming’s birthday. If he wanted to invite us to his party, we guess we could pencil it in. 20 The hardest thing about being vegan on National Cheese Lover’s Day? Choosing between pizza, grilled cheese sandwiches, mozzarella sticks, mac and cheese … the list goes on! JANUARY FEBRUARY 28 We really lucked out that Blueberry Pancake Day falls on a Saturday. Blueberryfueled brunch, let’s do this! 5 Forget buffalo wings! We’re cranking up the heat with cauliflower bites, just in…

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the politics of dieting

I am a female in the Western world. With just those two broad demographic facts provided, we know that it is statistically very likely that I have been on a diet in my lifetime. Like the estimated 90 percent of women in the US who, at one point or another, struggle with losing unwanted pounds, I have lost and regained weight too many times to count. Each time I have started a new diet, I’ve clung to a hope that this would be the time I would finally keep the weight off—a hope that was quickly and predictably dashed. The very first diet I went on was in the spring before I graduated middle school. I bought a pocket-sized calorie counter and logged everything I ate in the spiral notebook that…

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veganism saved my life

In a country where the leading causes of death are complications from type 2 diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and cancer, food can play a central role in digging our graves—especially when weighing the long-term effects of the Standard American Diet. The silver lining is that the opposite also holds true: many of the very diseases plaguing our country can also be prevented and even reversed. Writer Emily Hunt Kivel spoke with five people who, against the odds, learned how deeply entrenched their food choices were with their deadly diagnoses. They are living proof that veganism can indeed save lives. How Paul Did It Brother Paul Cameron’s life was rich. It was rich in community—with a large network of friends, family, and church to fill his life. It was rich in music…