Meatless Monday Articles

Petite Plates are One Easy Trick for Healthy Eating

October 1st, 2012

Small changes can make all the difference when trying to stick to a portion-balanced and nutritious diet. Researchers from Stanford suggest changing the size and style of your dinner plate to reduce portions and still feel full. And research has shown that periodic messages that tap into the weekly cycle can also help us stay focused on our goals. Since Monday is the day we refresh our routine, it’s also the perfect opportunity to recommit to positive habits.

STREET Food Chef Shines a Light on Healthier Eating

September 24th, 2012

Chef, eco advocate and Meatless Monday supporter, Susan Feniger, talks about the unique menu at her L.A. restaurant, STREET, the rise in diners seeking vegetarian options, and why she embraces the movement

Student Video Offers Tips for Going MM on SU Campus

September 24th, 2012

Johns Hopkins Dean Speaks Out on USDA’s MM Retraction

July 30th, 2012

Michael Klag, Dean of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, has responded to the USDA’s decision to retract a Meatless Monday recommendation by issuing a formal letter to Secretary Tom Vilsack. The letter, which was also sent to President Obama and leaders in Congress, makes important points about the responsibility of the USDA to represent all sectors of agriculture and promote a healthy, balanced diet

USDA Retracts Meatless Monday Recommendation

July 26th, 2012

The USDA has pulled a newsletter that encouraged employees try Meatless Monday. In their response to industry pressure, the organization has missed an unique opportunity to demonstrate how Meatless Monday fits into their mission and recommended dietary guidelines