Meatless Monday Articles

Live Longer — Fruits and Veggies Proven to Add More Life

March 27th, 2017

You’ve heard it many times from many different sources: doctors, talk shows, magazine articles, you name it. The way to stay healthy is to exercise regularly, watch your weight, get enough sleep and eat a sensible diet.

But what if, just by choosing the right foods to eat, you could actually live longer? That’s not science fiction. That’s science fact

Meatless Monday Sizes Up Superfoods

March 20th, 2017

For many adults, being time-pressed has become the norm. They’re driven to pack more into any given moment. With this mind, perhaps it’s no surprise that there’s a recent surge of interest in “superfoods” – plant foods that pack in more nutrition than other food items. Sure, this food trend is hot right now, but does the reality actually live up to the hype

The Scientific Secret to Happiness: More Fresh Fruits and Veggies

March 13th, 2017

It’s long been known that a diet rich in fresh fruits and vegetables is good for your physical health. Lower blood pressure and less risk of heart disease are among the many benefits. But did you know fruits and veggies can also be good for your mental health

“MeatLess” — Kristie Middleton’s New Book Shows How to Eat Less Meat and Enjoy Food More

March 6th, 2017

Even with her busy schedule, Kristie found time to write a new book, “MeatLess: Transform the Way You Eat and Live – One Meal at a Time.” It’s available starting tomorrow and it’s perfectly timed for National Nutrition Month in March

Celebrate National Nutrition Month with Meatless Monday!

March 6th, 2017

March is always one of our favorite times to sit down at the table. It’s National Nutrition Month, where good food and food that’s good for you are served on the same plate. This year, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics recommends that you “Put Your Best Fork Forward,”

Spice Up ‘Fat Tuesday’ with a Meatless Mardi Gras Makeover

February 27th, 2017

New Orleans, Louisiana is famous – and infamous – for good times, good music and good food. Revelers come from the four corners of the world to take part in the annual Mardi Gras celebration – a spectacular event with parades, street floats, lavish costumes and evening balls

Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism to Go Meat Free One Day a Week

February 23rd, 2017

Congratulations to Meatfree Monday Korea and the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism. Today, the Jogye Order announced that they would go meat free one day a week

Special of the Day: Chef Anita Jaisinghani

February 20th, 2017

Houston to NYC – Pondicheri restaurants celebrate the fresh vibrancy of Indian cuisine

Anita Jaisinghani works long days. Her restaurants serve Indian-themed casual fare for breakfast and lunch, then transform to more upscale dining at night. She opened her first restaurant in Houston in 2001 – which just celebrated five years

Celebrate Valentine’s Day Tomorrow — and Each Monday

February 13th, 2017

Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, a windfall for cards, roses and chocolates. And on this special day, we’d like to suggest another way to express your love – Meatless Monday

Super Bowl Champion Roland Williams Makes a Big Play for Meatless Monday

February 6th, 2017

 

Roland Williams is a true game changer. At a towering 6’5”, it’s no surprise his nickname is “Big Ro.” Playing tight end for the St. Louis Rams, Roland helped them win Super Bowl XXXIV in 2000, the first NFL team to ever go from worst place to first place in a single season.

Super Snack for Super Bowl – Giveaway Alert!

January 30th, 2017

Pistachio Chewy Bite Chex Mix by Spork Foods is just what the referee ordered to keep your hunger at bay! And right now our friends at Pistachio Chewy Bites are giving away a prize pack of their product for your Super Bowl snack-a-bration!

Show Some Love in February, ‘Go Red’ for American Heart Month

January 30th, 2017

This Friday, February 3rd, marks the American Heart Association’s 14th annual “National Wear Red Day.” This life-saving event raises awareness of heart disease – the leading cause of death among women – by encouraging people to wear red and discuss ways to prevent this chronic disease

Lucky Meatless Recipes to Start the Chinese New Year

January 23rd, 2017

The Chinese New Year begins this Saturday to usher in the “Year of the Rooster.” This annual tradition originates from a timeless legend about a deadly beast who could only be frightened away by loud noises, bright lights and the color red. The vibrant festivities take place not only in Mainland China, but also in

Kathy Freston Dishes on New Cookbook — The Book of Veganish

January 16th, 2017

Kathy Freston is a writer and plant-based diet advocate. Her latest book is The Book of Veganish, which is packed with plant-based recipes and interesting facts about eating less meat. We chatted with her to learn more about her remarkable new book

Chef David Burke Serves Up the New Year

January 9th, 2017

“There are points in your career where you start to cook the way you want to eat; that’s where I am now.” – Chef David Burke

David Burke is world-renowned as a chef, artist, entrepreneur, cookbook author, innovator and inventor. In 2009, he won the James Beard Award for Who’s Who of Food & Beverage