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Stopping Traffic For The Animals – SURGE’s Animal Rights March

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Stopping Traffic For The Animals – SURGE’s Animal Rights March

Rachel Elizabeth talks about her experience at the 2nd Annual Animal Rights March in London, organised by SURGE   This Saturday I brought traffic to a standstill because of my beliefs. I walked along empty roads escorted by police officers. It was awesome. I wasn’t alone though. No, I was one of 5000 vegans/animal rights…

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10 Healthy Office Snacks That Boost Memory

Brenan Quirante gives you this helpful list of ten healthy snacks that you can bring in to the office and that also help to boost your memory   Working in an office can be a stressful experience. A couple of people I’ve spoken to have told me that the office environment can turn into an…

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Ten Top Tips For Going Vegan From The Vegetarian Society

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The Vegetarian Society provides you with ten brilliant tips to help you along with making the transition towards going vegan.     Recreate Vegan Versions of Your Favourite Meals You don’t need to go without your favourite foods when you make the switch to vegan, simply swap in ingredients such as soy milk, vegan cheeses,…

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Rachel Elizabeth: Summer Vegan Travels

Rachel Elizabeth, guest blogger for Vegan Life, visits Nice and Vienna to see what these places have to offer travelling vegans   Rachel’s first blog entry detailed her outreach work in Leicester. This month she visits Nice and Vienna to see what these places have to offer travelling vegans.   Vegans, Vienna Waits For You!  …

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Top 10 Things Every Healthy Mum-To-Be Should Try

Melody Bayly reports for Vegan Life and provides a list of the top 10 natural products every healthy mum-to-be should be trying   Chicory Coffee  We all know that caffeine during pregnancy is bad for you, so many ditch it completely in favour of alternative coffees so they can be a healthy mum. Unfortunately, chicory…

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Poetry: Hannah Gregus

I wish more than anything, I could have taken you from that truck.  To quench your thirst and heal your wounds, To somehow change your luck. Your innocent eyes still haunt me, Such despair inside that machine. -despair inside the imagine So I made you a promise that fateful day, -I made a promise to…

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Rachel Elizabeth: Vegan Outreach — Planting Seeds In Leicester

Rachel Elizabeth talks about how Vegan Outreach makes conversations happen within the Leicester Vegan Community.   For a long time I had avoided getting involved in vegan outreach purely because I was afraid of the backlash and negativity. I assumed it would be a continuous tirade of abuse from defensive carnivores and the only saving…

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Poetry: A Day In The Life by Miranda S Eisen

“Veeeegan” they say with bitter distaste It’s not a point of pride or possible discussion to influence behavioural change It’s a belief put into practice but remains silent until confused fingers point at your lunch Even then requiring the bare minimum of explanation It’s my impassioned, youthful voice aching my mother’s head as she orders…

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Martin Whybrow: How Gleaning Can Reduce Food Waste

Martin Whybrow reports on why gleaning is one of the best ways to reduce the amount of food waste we produce.   An ever-growing army of volunteers is heading out this summer to fields and orchards across the country to tackle farm waste. Martin Whybrow reports on why it is needed and how to get…

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Justine de Jonge: Why Travel Is A Lot Like Being Vegan

Justine de Jonge writes for Vegan Life about why she compares the journey to being vegan to the journey of travelling the world.   Living as a vegan in this world is a journey in itself. We are all travelling along a path, and that path doesn’t always lead us to one destination. Being in…

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Alexandra Paul: Married To A Meat Eater

Actress and activist Alexandra Paul writes about her husband and what it’s like as a vegan being married to someone who eats meat.   I am crazy in love with my husband.  We have been together for 18 amazing years, and my mother teases me, “Is Ian still perfect?”  and I respond, “Yes, he is”. …

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Alexandra Paul: How To Read A Food Label 

Actress, activist and wellness coach Alexandra Paul tells you how to skip the jargon on food labels and head straight to the nutrition   I recently began reading food labels more closely than simply calorie numbers and the list of ingredients.  Those labels have so many claims on the front and so many numbers on…

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