Health Resources

We all desire health and happiness. Achieving true health will not only benefit your personal life, but will also benefit other people, animals, and the environment because healthy choices are conscientious and compassionate choices.Many people would like to consider themselves healthy, blaming undesirable physical traits such as obesity, acne, dry/oily skin, etc. on genetics. However, many of these traits are actually symptoms of an unhealthy lifestyle. Many people underestimate the power of diet.

Would you like to transform your life in the most positive ways possible? Would you like to be able to save money in the process? We’re guide you on how to do just that. And here’s the best part: this is not a diet fad, a scam, or a money-driven business ploy. This is fact. This is real. This works.

1. Watch the documentary What The Health (now available on Netflix). To understand where the physicians in the film are getting their information, visit the facts page on 

2. Watch Dr. Michael Greger’s take on “How Not To Die” in the video below:

3.Learn about the psychology of eating by watching the video below:

Ready to transform your life? View more resources below!

1. Start with and watch the documentary. It is now available on Netflix! This documentary provides an overview of the health aspects of a plant-based lifestyle.

2. Dr. Michael Greger is a world renowned plant-based physician who clarifies many misunderstandings through his thorough research of peer-reviewed studies.

3. Dr. Neal Barnard is responsible for many changes in legislature and is one of the leading physicians in the medical plant-based movement. He founded the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine, which now has over 12,000 whole food plant-based physicians across the United States and around the world, as well as 150,000 members. Not only is Dr. Barnard and his team changing the way doctors treat chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and cancer, they are also changing the methods of medical research to stray away from animal testing. They have found that using alternative methods to animal testing have been much more effective.

4. “For decades T. Colin Campbell, PhD has been at the forefront of nutrition education and research. Dr. Campbell’s expertise and scientific interests encompass relationships between diet and disease, particularly the causation of cancer. His legacy, the China Project, is one of the most comprehensive studies of health and nutrition ever conducted. The New York Times has recognized the study as the “Grand Prix of epidemiology”.”

5. Vanessa Sardi is an ex-pharmaceutical representative. She recently opened up Nutriception to coach people on their diet instead of focusing on pills.

6. For those who think eating healthy is expensive, here is an excellent resource for buying quality food at ridiculously low prices.

7. Emily Moran is one of the most well-spoken, incredible solutionaries. She answers any questions that people have about a vegan lifestyle, including the history of when people started consuming animal products and the reasons they are so terrible for human health (and of course for the animals and the environment).

8. This is a blog a few of our team members used to write for that includes many awesome vegan recipes, veg news, and more. It’s a great resource for people looking for fun and easy-to-read information.

10. An overview of everything you need to know about being vegan.

11. Ellen Jaffe Jones is an inspiring motivational speaker, personal trainer, running coach, author, and instructor of healthy cooking classes.

12. This is an excellent guide to nearby vegan restaurants and stores.

13. If you are an athlete, this is the site for you. Matt Frazier offers many excellent guides for new vegan athletes and recipes to follow.

14. From the producer of Forks Over Knives, PlantPure Nation is a documentary to learn about the advancements of the plant powered movement. We are making strides!

15. If you ever need a strong conviction for sticking with a vegan lifestyle, this is a must-watch documentary. WARNING: Do not watch this video alone. Be in the company of supportive people and friends.

16. Vegan Mobile Applications:
– Happy Cow (for finding food)
– Deliciously Vegan (recipes)
– Cruelty Cutter – (find products that are not tested on animals)
– Forks Over Knives (recipes)
– The Blender Girl (smoothie recipes)
– Is It Vegan? (find out if a product is vegan or not)
– Eat Vegan (recipes)
– Leaping Bunny (find cruelty-free products)
– Oh She Glows (recipes)
– PETA (for activists)
– Food Monster (recipes)
– Animal-Free (pocket reference guide)
– Vegaholic (vegan alcohol guide)
– Vegan Xpress (finding fast vegan food)
– Vegetarious (for finding food)
– Veg Menu (recipes)
– Vegan Defense (a really goofy game to play if you have nothing better to do. JK Don’t waste your time playing this game. There are real animals to save and cool events to go to)

17. Other useful sites:

18. Don’t use this one just yet! We’re in the process of developing this website, but eventually it will be a resource directory for all things healthy and compassionate.

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