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Vegan Diet and Mental Health

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by Patricia Campana, LMFT, R-DMT, MVLCE posted March 16, 2021 What if we could improve our mood, reduce anxiety, irritability, or depression by the foods we eat? We can, by incorporating a whole food plant-based diet and eliminating animal products. There is a relationship between mental well-being and diet. Several studies attempted to find the… Read More

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MSV Podcast & Show Notes, April 07, 2021 – Church for People Who Care About Animals

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Why Black Men Should Go Vegan, by Kevin Jenkins, D.Min., VLCE

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The following is an excerpt from what I believe is the most important book of Spring 2021: Brotha Vegan: Black Men Speak on Food, Identity, Health, and Society, edited by Omowale Adewale and published by Lantern Books. The target audience for Brotha …continue

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