Dustin Rudolph, Pharm.D.
You're awesome Jess! Love the idea :) I may just have to do this myself.
Thanks for sharing this Jeff. I never had followed VegNews before and am disappointed that this kind of deception is out there. It's certainly not something our world needs as so many of us work so hard to break through the masses and speak the truth about all the benefits of a plant-based diet.
This makes me really appreciate the sincerity and honesty of VegSource. Your followers deserve the best and they get the best when it comes to this.
Thanks for all your hard work!
What a great story! Thanks to the Nelson family for sharing :) I'm a firm believer in rescuing our four legged loved ones. I have two rescue cats of my own (Sony and Reesee) and I couldn't possibly think of what life would be like without them.
Awesome Benjamin! I love hearing stories like this. It's an inspiration to many. And I love the fact that at least one American corporation cares enough to do the right thing for people. So my hats off to Whole Foods.
I've posted my article on Type 2 Diabetes before on Vegsource blog but for those who missed it and want more specifics on plant-based nutrition and diabetes feel free to check it out - http://pursueahealthyyou.blogspot.com/2011/03/type-2-diabetes-squash-it-in-its-tracks.html
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What an absolutely beautiful story.
Am coming into this conversation very late, but here goes. My question is, are the animals adopted converted to vegan diets including this one? I cannot reconcile my thirty year vegan idealogy to pet owning although I've owned three. One dog and three cats - all rescued and all of them vegan. My adorable Dal passed away two years ago after thirteen years vegan (one year was typical commercial dog diet by the puppymill). My two cats have also since passed but both lived long and good lives on vegan cat food. It can be done. It's pricey and labor consumptive, but we enslaved these animals thousands of years ago and now our urban areas are overrun with thousands of unwanted animals, breeding and dying in awful circumstances. We can't allow ouselves hypocrisy by preaching veganism if we own animals who are tied to the suffering of the slaughterhouse industry.
the quick brown fox jumps ride over the dog
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