Meatless Monday Articles
October 26th, 2009
The good news about the first public school system in the nation to go meatless â€“ in Baltimore â€“ is spreading. Across every media platform, people are talking about the program, helping the movement grow by leaps and bounds. Last week’s segment on ABC News captures all that’s so powerful and promising about the Baltimore initiative!
October 19th, 2009
No Impact Week has kicked off â€“ encouraging people to reduce behaviors that negatively impact our environment. It’s a community based project — based on the film No Impact Man — offering new themes and challenges each day of the week. We’re delighted that Meatless Monday is highlighted as the perfect way to cut your personal carbon footprint!
October 7th, 2009
We’re pleased and honored that Baltimore City Public Schools have implemented the Meatless Monday program. We believe the program will offer their 80,000 students a powerful opportunity to learn about health and nutrition in an affirming, positive way.
Meatless Monday is essentially a campaign of choice and moderation â€“ cut out meat one day a week. We feel everyone should be given the chance to make nutritiously sound decisions
October 5th, 2009
Our nation is in the midst of a lively debate about public healthcare. What seems to be missing, however, is a discussion about preventative medicine. Gradual behavior change, coupled with health education, would make a dramatic impact on the lives of many Americans while reducing overall expenses
October 1st, 2009
In September of 2009, Covington County’s 8 schools started Meatless Monday in their cafeterias. The initiative was a directive of the Northern Kentucky Healthy Monday coalition, a broader health promotion campaign whose mission is to enhance healthy living awareness and opportunities in Northern Kentucky through Healthy Monday messaging
September 28th, 2009
The Baltimore City Public School system is about to become the first fully Meatless Monday school system in the U.S. They’re joining a growing international movement of individuals, organizations, communities and cities making the commitment to lower meat consumption and enjoy a plant-based diet on Mondays
September 21st, 2009
The beginning of autumn marks the point when many of our favorite fruits and vegetables are ripe for the picking. This year, harvest has become a national affair. Michelle Obama’s famed White House garden is in bloom and ready to offer its bounty to a country hungry for nutritional guidance.
September 14th, 2009
Kids need fresh, wholesome and nutrient-dense foods to ensure proper brain development. Talk about a no-brainer! You can’t nourish children on a steady diet of processed foods full of fatty, empty carbs and sugary soda or juice. Blogger extraordinaire Kerry Trueman argues that the real food renaissance must begin at school!
September 7th, 2009
The Meatless Monday movement is growing around the world, continent by continent, as we’ve reported. But we’re also growing right here – on our website! This week we introduce a whole range of new features to help you go meatless on Monday: Video, Q&A Corner, Letters To The Editor and Recipe Submissions. Take a look around, then tell us what you think!
August 31st, 2009
Large quantities of cheap fast food may seem like a bargain on the surface, but a closer look shows us that these highly processed, industrialized food products have a multitude of hidden expenses. Brian Walsh, a health and science writer for TIME Magazine, recently tallied up the impact that industrial farming is having on the environment, our health and the national budget. Our solution: go meatless on Mondays!
August 24th, 2009
Tough times call for bold measures. Sometimes, though, the most innovative solutions are the easiest ones to implement. People looking to save money during this recessionary period need look no further than what they place on their plate. By cutting meat just one day a week, we can put more green in our pockets!
August 17th, 2009
The movement we began in 2003 is spreading around the globe! From cities in Europe, and religious institutions in Asia, to city school systems right here in the U.S., people are cutting back on meat one day a week to improve their health and the health of the planet as a whole. It’s an extremely exciting time as we wonder what city, which celebrity, which organization will be next to go meatless? Have you taken the Meatless Monday pledge
August 10th, 2009
Michelle Obama’s recent harvest of a healthy crop of collard greens from the White House vegetable garden made for an excellent photo op. It was a victory for fresh produce, but an especially great day for collards. Long derided and dismissed as trash food, collards have become positively presidential. This Monday we celebrate the historical and nutritional importance of collard greens â€“ they’re the perfect way for you and your family to go meatless
August 3rd, 2009
Summertimeâ€¦and the sowin’s easy. In the first installment of our series, we looked at the perfect seeds for summer planting. Now, it’s time to crack open those seed packets of greens, beets, radishes and turnips and get to work! These so-called “cool weather” crops actually germinate faster in warm soil. They grow more quickly in summer, too. Start this Monday, and you could be harvesting the ingredients you need for those end-of-summer salads and slaws!
July 27th, 2009
Don’t worry, this isn’t a promotion for the latest skin treatment or another time-share deal. It is however a reminder that something important happens 52 times a year. What do Mondays mean to you? Do you jump out of bed excited to start a new week? Or are you lethargic, seeing the world in shades of gray? If we treat every Monday as a time for renewal, we can improve our nation’s health, save money on healthcare and have happier weeks 52 times a year