Improve your cardiovascular health with a plant-based food day.
There's a whole lot of natural goodness to be had in plant-based whole foods.
The latest food craze looks, tastes and feels like real meat—but at day's end, it's still a processed food.
A dietitian and pediatrician offer tips to ensure your youngster is successful in this new journey.
You don’t need to be vegan to be healthy. But science tells us that eating fewer animal products can help you avoid many diseases.
Turn carrots, zucchini and other low-calorie, high-fiber garden treats into the perfect pasta dishes.
As you try new meal plans in 2019, keep in mind sage advice—plant-based diets are a surefire path to sustainable health.
What do Anne Hathaway, Bill Clinton, Natalie Portman and Paul McCartney have in common? They don't eat meat.
Shoppers are turning to plant-based items as healthy alternatives to a life of milk and meat.
Study: People shed twice the pounds when following a such a plan, but even part-vegetarians do better than most.
Bouts of inflammation can help fight viruses and other foreign invaders—but chronic inflammation is a different story altogether.
Analysis found that only healthy fruits, vegetables and grains guarded against heart disease.