How much meat should we eat? If you believe some of the runaway headlines from yesterday, the answer is simply “as much as you like”. This was after a new Canadian study published this week in Annals of Internal Medicine, suggested that we should not follow nutritional guidelines on red meat and processed meat as […]
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Try just one meat-free meal for the health of our planet during World Meat Free Week between 17-23 June 2019 www.worldmeatfreeweek.com@Meat_Free_Week #WorldMeatFreeWeek Today June 17th, sees the beginning of World Meat Free Week 2019. This year’s campaign returns to put a spotlight on the importance of reducing our meat intake for the sake of our […]
Happy Earth Day 2019! Today we celebrate our planet, with a focus this year on protecting the millions of species we share it with. The unprecedented global destruction and rapid reduction of plant and wildlife populations are directly linked to causes driven by human activity: climate change, deforestation, habitat loss, trafficking and poaching, unsustainable agriculture, […]
There is a lot of talk about eating vegan and vegetarian but what if you are not quite there yet or simply do not want to give up on meat and dairy? Does it have to be all or nothing for your food choices to really make a difference? The good news is that you […]
Today is World Plant Milk Day, a celebration of cruelty-free dairy alternatives highlighting the many benefits of switching to plant milk for people’s health, for animals and for the planet. “There has never been a better time to go dairy-free,” said Zephie Begolo, Head of Campaigns for ProVeg UK. “There are now so many different plant […]
Sitting down to watch “Kangaroo, A Love Hate Story” I had no idea, that this movie would move me so deeply. Vast landscapes, unique wildlife, The Great Barrier Reef etc.. I have always been fascinated by Australia. Little did I know that it had such a complicated relationship with one of its national symbols, the […]
Guest Post by Philip Lymbery, Chief Executive of Compassion in World Farming, the leading international farm animal welfare organisation, and author of Dead Zone: Where the Wild Things Were published by Bloomsbury in paperback, 8 March 2018 When you close your eyes and imagine where the very best food comes from, what does it look […]
Our addiction to meat has grown to disproportionate levels. You only have to go back to the middle of the last century to see that at that time we only indulged in eating meat occasionally. Since then, consuming meat on a daily basis has become the norm, bringing a host of associated health issues. Switching […]
Where do you live? Border of East London and Essex. I’m a flexi-Londoner 🙂 Current Diet? Since late last year I’ve been vegetarian apart from when I’m cooking in my restaurant. I’m back to eating meat and fish twice a week again now though. I also have one vegan day each week. What was your […]
Where do you live? I am originally from Slovenia but I’ve been living in the UK for 15 years now. You can currently find me in Staffordshire. Current Diet? My diet is mostly vegetarian with fish or seafood on the table once or twice a week. I eat meat on rare occasions like Christmas or […]
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