No Egg Craig has been through A LOT in his 25 years. He was nearly paralyzed, then diagnosed himself with a neurological disorder, and then regained his motor function by adopting a vegan diet. He now makes YouTube videos about his life in Syracuse, where he lives with a family of vegans and coaches track … More #62: Using Diet To Cure Paralysis: No Egg Craig
For when the chips just don’t sound appealing. … More What I Snack On When I’m Feeling Healthy AF
This week’s post is written by my friend and fellow wellness blogger, Kamilah Howard. She shares her experience living with gluten sensitivity, and how it has affected her life. You can also check out my guest post on her blog; I write about where I get my protein as a vegan athlete. By now, everyone has heard about … More Gluten-Free: Friend, Fad, or Foe?
If you follow me on Instagram (@runningvegannyc), you may have noticed that I started posting weekly meal prep photos. Someone recently commented asking me to do a blog post on how I meal prep and the benefits of it, so here it is. (Shout out to Chloe for the suggestion! @chloeunguyen 😉)
I’m allergic to all nuts, other than almonds (I have no idea why I can eat almonds), so finding nutrition bars that are both vegan and allergen-friendly can be quite the challenge. However, they do exist. My criterion for nutrition bars is: No nuts other than almonds Minimal ingredients (less than 10) Vegan Less than $3
Vegan junk food… does such a thing exist? Why yes, of course it does. Have you ever heard of Oreos, Ritz crackers, or Swedish Fish? Yup, all vegan. There is a name for a vegan who eats a lot of this type of food, called a “junk food vegan.” It’s someone who eats a lot … More My Favorite Vegan Junk Foods
Two months ago, I wrote a blog post explaining my addiction to calorie counting. If you haven’t already, I recommend reading that first to give this one more context. I was still a devoted [closet] calorie counter at the time of the posting. However, I desperately wanted to stop because I knew it was doing me … More How I Stopped Calorie Counting
This week I’m sharing my thoughts on the $120 million invention called Juicero. Known as the Keurig of juicers, it was invented by juice extraordinaire Doug Evans. It is sleek, smart, and will cost you an arm and a leg. How it works: Insert the package of organic fruit/veggies (shipped to you by the company) … More Juicero: useful or excessive?
This post is about something I’ve kept to myself for a long time. I haven’t outwardly told anyone, not even close friends or family, about this thing I’ve been doing every day for the past few years. I’ve been too embarrassed to admit my weaknesses and anal retentive habits out loud. Even writing this now … More Letting Go of Calorie Counting
If you want to start cooking more frequently and healthily but don’t know where to start, roasted veggies are a fantastic option. Whenever I’m unsure of what I want to make for dinner or am too lazy to try something new, roasted veggies are always there for me. Reliable, delicious, and versatile, there’s no reason … More The best roasted veggies in 5 steps