Over the last century, we have been obsessed with protein. Everyone is always talking about foods that are ‘full of protein’, protein shakes, high protein diets and where to get your protein. But why is this? Should we really be worried about protein? And how much protein do we actually need?
A new study carried out by the University of Oxford found that eating processed meat increases the risk of heart disease by 18%.
A new study published by scientific journal BMJ Nutrition Prevention & Health investigated the association between diet and Covid-19 symptoms. The study tracked 2,884 healthcare workers from 6 countries and explored both symptom severity and length.
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Food scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have made an antibacterial gel bandage using the discarded husks of durian.
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The world’s largest tuna producer and one of the world’s largest producers of seafood, Thai Union, has announced their plans to release a tempura vegan shrimp product this year.
Whether you’re looking for plant-based gift ideas, plant-based set menus or plant-based events, we’ve got you covered this Valentines Day!
It is estimated that if food waste was a country, it would be the third highest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world (after the US and China).
Vitamin B12 is not just a vegan concern! Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that is essential to human health. It is produced by bacteria found in soil. Before large-scale farming and pesticide use, humans and animals alike got their vitamin B12 from food grown in soil. But due to soil desertification and mineral depletion, B12 is no longer found in most of the soil that we grow our food in.
1. Eat Enough! Plant-based foods are much lower in calories so you have to eat a lot more to stay full. Say hello to bigger portion sizes to keep you satisfied and on the wagon!
There’s a long-standing misconception that plant-based food is expensive. But when you break it down, some of the highest sources of plant-based protein (and the healthiest sources of protein overall) are actually some of the cheapest foods in the world.
2020 is going to be the year that everyone remembers. This year has changed the entire world in so many ways. All of this bad news has left many of us feeling hopeless and powerless. Here is our Covid-19 year in review that will leave you feeling empowered and hopeful for the future of our planet.
We decided it was the right time to get to the route of the term ‘plant-based’. Excluding our opinion, we are going to delve into its historical meaning, the dictionary definitions and use popular consensus and expert opinions to come to a definitive conclusion!
We need to talk about the word ‘plant-based’ and how it is used here in Asia. We have been wanting to broach this topic for a while, but our ‘plant-based’ experience at Starbucks here in Bangkok today, has forced this topic into the spotlight.