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65% of Meat Eaters Are Buying All the Vegan Food

Updated April 17, 2019. A new study posits that the majority of consumers are adopting flexitarian eating habits. What Is a Flexitarian Diet? The study, conducted by DuPont Nutrition & Health and HealthFocus International, surveyed the...
Vegan Diets Linked to Lower Body Mass Index Than Omnivorous Diets, Study Finds

Vegan Diets Linked to Lower Body Mass Index Than Omnivorous Diets, Study Finds

Adhering to a plant-based vegan diet may reduce certain cardiometabolic risk factors, namely a reduced Body Mass Index (BMI), an analysis of 40 studies has found. The research, published in the journal PLOS One, looked at...

Delaware Passes Bill to End Automatic Euthanization of Retired Lab Animals

Delaware has passed a bill to end the automatic euthanization of cats and dogs used for research in the state. Senate Bill 101, will require that all healthy cats and dogs are put up for...

New Study Uncovers Link Between Processed Meat and Colorectal Cancer

A recent study has explored the cancer risk from chemicals used in processed meat. The research found that nitrates used to cure meats can release chemicals that increase the risk of colorectal cancer, Digital...

New Study Links Meat Consumption with Liver Disease

A recent study, shared by Science Daily, has linked the consumption of red and processed meat to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Meat intake was also connected to an increased resistance to insulin, which is...

Dairy Consumption Linked to Parkinson’s Disease, New Research Suggests

A recent study has found a possible connection between the consumption of dairy products and the onset of Parkinson’s disease, the Express reports. The media outlet stated: "Too much cheese and milk could trigger...
52% of Americans Prefer the Taste of Vegan Protein, Says New Study

52% of Americans Prefer the Taste of Vegan Protein, Says New Study

Recent research from Mintel reveals that taste is the leading reason that U.S. consumers opt for plant-based proteins. In fact, the data shows that more than half (52%) of people in America choose plants...

Vegans Combat Cancer More Effectively Than Meat Eaters, Studies Suggest

Can vegan blood do a better job of beating cancer than the blood of someone who follows a Standard American Diet? A 2005 study that looked at the effects of lifestyle change in place...

Eating More Greens May Improve Memory, According to Research

New research has revealed that eating one serving of leafy greens each day is linked to decreased memory loss and helps to "keep the brain more youthful”. In fact, the measured difference between those who consumed...

Vegans are “by Far the Sexiest” with 62% More Online Dating Messages

Looking for love? Being vegan can get you more interest, according to a recent data study by "#1 dating app" Zoosk. The company analysed almost four million online dating profiles and over 350 million first...

90% of Adults Risk Chronic Diseases By Not Eating Enough Fruit & Veg

According to a new study, only 1 in 10 adults are consuming the recommended amount of fruit and vegetables. The American federal guidelines state that 1½ to 2 cups of fruit and 2 to 3...

110,000 Live Animals Tested on by University in the Last 5 Years

Records released under the Freedom of Information Act show that last year alone, 4,162 live animals were tested on during research experiments at University College Cork (UCC). The animals, which included rabbits, mice, birds...

Oxford University Study Suggests Plant-Based Diets Could Save The World

Yet another study has confirmed the benefits of a plant-based diet. The findings, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and conducted by Oxford University researchers, signify the first time that...