Vegetarians Are Nearly Twice As Likely To Be Depressed As Meat-Eaters, Study FindsVegetarians are almost twice as likely to suffer from depression as those who consume a conventional balanced diet, according to a new study.
3 Great Thanksgiving Recipes For VegetariansGet your Thanksgiving menu ready with these three vegetarian recipes.
How To Determine If Becoming A Vegetarian Is The Right ChoiceMore and more people are becoming vegetarians or vegans these days, because of health reasons or just wanting to live a more animal-friendly lifestyle. What should you consider before becoming a vegetarian? Read on to find out.
Vegetarian Diet May Cut Heart Disease RiskThe risk of hospitalization or death from heart disease is almost a third lower in vegetarians, study says.
Gridiron Grub: Wrap Your Hands Around This Mushroom DelightWhether you’ve got a vegetarian in your group or are just watching your calories, this hand-held grilled portobello wrap is the perfect tailgating food at only 300 calories per serving.
Gridiron Grub: Pass The Polenta Portobello SlidersPut on a twist on your tailgate menu this weekend. These alternative “sliders” will not only be super delicious snacks for the vegetarian, but will have the die-hard carnivores clamoring for their share, too.
Celebrate At Home With Valentine’s Day RecipesIn lieu of buying a bunch of red-themed stuff and shoving it in your sweetie’s face, this year try wooing your significant other with a romantic, Valentine’s Day home-cooked dinner. It’s intimate, special, and it shows that you care more than a phone call to a local restaurant. But for many people, cooking dinner at home can be a stressful and time-consuming endeavor.
Recipes For A Romantic Valentine’s Day DinnerNothing says "I love you" like a romantic, home-cooked dinner. Create a special meal for that special someone this Valentine's Day.
Restaurant Review: Who Is Red Emma?For eight years, Emma Goldman's philosophy has inspired the co-owners of the coffeehouse and bookstore, Red Emma's, on St. Paul Street. An early twentieth century feminist, Goldman believed that, "the free expression of the hopes and aspirations of a people is the greatest and only safety in a sane society."