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Rip Attends Special Prescreening of Groundbreaking New Film: Forks Over Knives

Here at E2 headquarters, we are very excited for the upcoming release of the documentary film Forks Over Knives that traces the personal journeys of [&hellip

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The Push for Healthy School Lunches

The Healthy School Lunch Campaign, sponsored by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM), is dedicated to improving the food served to children in schools [&hellip

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Must Read New Articles from Vegan Thought Leaders: McDougall, MD and Campbell, PhD

T. Colin Campbell, PhD and author of the revolutionary health and nutrition book, The China Study, just published the following powerful article on the Huffington [&hellip

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E2 Foodie Friday: A Plant-Based Calcium-Iron Treat

For pregnant and/or breastfeeding mothers concerned with their calcium and iron intake, an easy, tasty way to get a boost every day is with a [&hellip

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Introducing Plant Strong Health to Corporate Wellness Programs

With most people spending the majority of their waking hours at their place of work, employers have an important opportunity to influence the health and [&hellip

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E2 Foodie Friday: Plant Strong Menu Ideas for July 4

On the path to becoming Plant Strong and still find yourself struggling with what to eat on holidays?  Americans have strong emotional ties to food [&hellip

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Bob Harper Goes Vegan

Bob Harper, longtime vegetarian and celebrity trainer of Biggest Loser fame, recently announced his choice to cut all animal products out of his diet.  See [&hellip

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Introducing Doug Mercer, East Hampton's "Patron of Plants"

Check out the article in Edible East End on Doug Mercer and the fantastic Wellness Foundation he created to support his community in becoming healthy [&hellip

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Details Magazine Skips Over Science in "Diet Wars" Article

“In the end, there’s no clear-cut evidence to suggest that vegetarians live longer than meat eaters or that Paleos are more hearty than hegans, but [&hellip

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