Meatless Monday Articles

10 Ways To Fancy Up Your Veggies

November 25th, 2013

Via Prevention.com:

“After 10 years, Meatless Monday has definitely moved beyond the niche. (What could be a clearer homage to its popularity than when cheesesteak-loving Philaldelphia recently became the latest U.S. city to go meatless on Mondays?)

To celebrate a decade urging one-day meat detoxes, Meatless Monday rounded up its favorite chefs to prove

Join the Growing Number of People Going Meatless on Mondays

November 25th, 2013

Via EcoWatch:

“Philadelphia, home of the Philly cheesesteak, recently joined the growing number of communities urging residents to refrain from eating meat once a week.

The city council unanimously passed aresolution saying the city ‘recognizes the benefits of a diet high in fruits and vegetables and urges residents to participate in Meatless Mondays

Meatless Monday: Cut Back on Meat for Health and Variety

November 25th, 2013

Via the Daily Record:

“It is easy to get in a food rut. I consider myself a fairly adventurous eater, but I am ashamed to count how many times I’ve had some variation of a burger, fish or chicken for dinner in the past month.

I needed some outside-of-the-box ideas to spice up my

Easy dinner recipes: Wild Mushroom Frittata and More for Meatless Monday

November 25th, 2013

Quick, reliable recipes are a staple of every kitchen. Who says they can’t also be delicious?

Via the LA Times: 

“You can’t beat the rich flavor to be had from these dishes, each ready in 45 minutes or less…” read more

From Pittsburgh to Portland,
Sage Restaurant Group Commits
to Meatless Monday

November 18th, 2013

Want some Sage advice? Meatless Monday is a great way for restaurants to increase business, create exciting new menus, and commit to their communities.

These are but a handful of reasons the Sage Restaurant Group joined the Meatless Monday movement. With eight restaurants stretching from Pittsburgh to Portland and

Eating Less Meat May Help Deter Diabetes

November 18th, 2013

Preventing diabetes could mean going meatless more often.

Scientists at the Institute of Health and Medical Research in Paris have discovered that a dietary acid found in animal proteins may be associated with type 2 diabetes.

Though foods high in sugar such as candies, sodas, white breads and pastas have long been considered the primary culprit of type

To live longer and healthier,
Dr. Oz prescribes “Meatless Monday”

November 4th, 2013

On Thursday, October 31, The Dr. Oz Show offered women with a certain body type a simple prescription to avoid heart disease: Meatless Monday.

During the episode “What Your Body Type Can Tell You About Your Health, Pt. 1,” Oz discussed two common body types, the “triangle” and the “circle.” Triangle body types, he explained,

Meatless Monday Finds an Audience
at the APHA

November 4th, 2013

The American Public Health Association (APHA) convened its Annual Meeting & Exposition on Saturday, drawing more than 13,000 health specialists to Boston for five days of presentations, exhibits and information sessions across a breadth of public health topics.

One of the world’s leading public health forums, the APHA provides a platform to address current and

10 Years, 10 Chefs: Meatless Monday
Launches Anniversary Cookbook

October 28th, 2013

Looking for a savory Meatless Monday recipe? Here are 10 ideas from some of the country’s most recognized chefs.

To celebrate its 10th Anniversary, Meatless Monday has published the Meatless Monday Celebrity Cookbook, featuring an incomparable list of kitchen talent. It’s meatless, it’s delicious and it’s free. Get your copy here.

The chefs

Meatless Monday Celebrates Past
with an Eye Toward the Future

October 28th, 2013

Meatless Monday turned 10 years old last week, and to mark the occasion, a distinguished panel of physicians, researchers and advocates convened at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health for a Scientific Symposium.

Sid Lerner, Founder and Chairman of The Monday Campaigns, Alfred Sommer, Dean Emeritus of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Alicia Walter, Eataly Serve Up
Meatless Monday Cooking Classes

October 18th, 2013

Alicia Walter not only wants us to eat more vegetables. She wants us to eat the ones we don’t recognize. The woody root vegetables. The thick skinned squashes. The ones we don’t know how to pronounce, much less take home and cook. Luckily for fans of Meatless Monday, Alicia has the ideal platform to demonstrate

Meatless Monday Celebrates 10th Birthday with Scientific Symposium

October 14th, 2013

Meatless Monday turns 10 this month! To honor the occasion, the Monday Campaigns and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health will jointly host a Scientific Symposium on Thursday, October 17, celebrating a decade of nutritional progress and discussing the latest research on dietary habits.

For the many Meatless Monday fans around the globe

Seven More Colleges Are Serving MM Programs

October 11th, 2013

More universities than ever are implementing Meatless Monday, shaking up entrenched notions of campus eating all over the country. Recently, no less than seven campuses have committed to the movement, opting for a flexible and plant-based menu for a variety of reasons from cost savings to health.

Simpson University, in Redding, CA, quickly discovered that

Oakland City Council Declares Every Monday Meatless

July 8th, 2013

Oakland, CA joins a growing list of cities encouraging residents to go meatless one day a week for their health and the health of the planet.

On July 3rd The City Council passed a resolution encouraging residents to eat meat-free meals on Mondays and restaurants, schools, grocery stores, businesses and other local institutions to

Get Your Favorite Restaurant to Join Meatless Monday

July 1st, 2013

Tell your favorite restaurants how smart and easy it is to join up with the fastest growing good-for-you dining program in the world