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The Engine 2 Kitchen Rescue with Rip Esselstyn

The Engine 2 Kitchen Rescue with Rip Esselstyn

Forks Over Knives has released a brand-new DVD, “The Engine 2 Kitchen Rescue, with Rip Esselstyn.” In the 52-minute video, Rip teaches the White and Wali families the basics of a whole-food, plant-based diet. Rip guides these families through pantry clean-outs, teaches them how to navigate grocery store aisles, and provides cooking lessons to make delicious “plant-strong” meals. Recipes and […]

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Forks Over Knives: This Movie Can Save Your Life

Forks Over Knives: This Movie Can Save Your Life

What has happened to us? Despite the most advanced medical technology in the world, we are sicker than ever by nearly every measure. Two out of every three of us are overweight. Cases of diabetes are exploding, especially amongst our younger population. About half of us are taking at least one prescription drug. Major medical operations have become routine, helping […]

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Dole Urges Americans to Eat More Real Fruits, Veggies

Dole Urges Americans to Eat More Real Fruits, Veggies

Dole Nutrition Institute Joins National Food Day Campaign and the Center for Science in the Public Interest in Urging Americans to “Eat Real” on October 24, 2011. The Dole Nutrition Institute (DNI), a division of Dole Food Company, Inc., announced its support for and participation in Food Day, a national campaign organized by the nonprofit Center for Science in the […]

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Vegetarian Diets Are More Nutritious Than Animal Food Diets

Vegetarian Diets Are More Nutritious Than Animal Food Diets

Results from a recent study eliminates the common misconception that vegetarian diets are deficient in important nutrients that most people get from animal foods, according to an article in the July issue of Food Nutrition & Science. The study conducted by Eastern Michigan University and published in The Journal of the American Dietetic Association, shows that vegetarian diets are nutrient […]

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