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Boost Your Immune System With These Foods

I recently wrote about some supplements I recommend for boosting your defences against viruses. Now, while I believe that taking supplements is a completely appropriate thing to do at this time, I want to help you double down on that by looking some of the best foods to incorporate into your diet to support your […]

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Cruelty-Free Vegan Chocolate For A Guilt Free Easter

Easter 2020 will be spent at home. No long lazy lunches with friends and family or Easter egg hunts in the park. But being at home on your own, with your flatmate, partner or family doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy Easter this year. If anything, it’s a year to spoil yourself or those you love […]

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Supplements To Boost Your Immune System

For most of us, being in the midst of the current coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak is overwhelming experience. Sometimes we may feel, despite our best efforts to distance ourselves socially and wash our hands regularly throughout the day,  a bit like a sitting duck! Thankfully, there is lots we can do nutritionally to support our immune […]

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chia seeds

5 Reasons To Include Chia Seeds In Your Diet

If you haven’t already heard, chia seeds are the latest addition to the growing list of superfoods on the market. It’s a plant native to the Americas, though its nutritional benefits can be traced all the way back to the ancient Aztecs. Today, more and more people are consuming chia seeds, thanks to the many […]

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Are Vegan Dating Agencies The Next Big Thing?

Love is in the air, everywhere you look around. But if you’re vegan, dating can be a tad tricky because much of dating revolves around food and with that, all too often, comes having to explain why, when and how. Sitting opposite one another at a dinner table and staring into each other’s eyes is […]

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Bees Are Integral To The Survival Of Our Planet. Here’s Why

Bees are the most important species, according to research that reveals how wild bee health impacts the environment more than colony collapse disorder. Insects—pollinators, in particular—are integral to a healthy environment and the planet’s survival. According to the international conservation nonprofit Earthwatch Institute, bees are the most important species on earth. The declaration was made […]

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Sydney vegan market

Sydney Vegan Market Welcomes You Into The Future

Sydney Vegan Market is like vegan heaven on Earth, and this month’s market was the perfect way to start off the new decade; vegan style! Run and curated by Vegan NSW, the Sydney Vegan Market features everything from fresh food and homewares to coffee and fashion. With all things plant based, cruelty-free and vegan, you […]

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The People & Events Normalising Veganism in 2020

As the Australian bushfires serve as a constant reminder of the devastating realities of climate change, it is always uplifting to hear of the small but consequential ways society is changing for the better. The rapidly changing climate is beginning to transform veganism from a moral choice to an environmental necessity; prompting a surge of […]

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After The Bushfires: How Aussie Wildlife is Fighting Back

It’s been a long and stressful summer. And it’s not over yet. Thankfully for many, rain is now in the air. Around the same time that bushfire fatigue kicked in – which is an appalling thing to admit. We’ve become hesitant to open Facebook or Instagram as our feeds are flooded with images of the […]

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5 Easy Tips To Help You Build An Indoor Plant Collection

OK, so I don’t know about anyone else, but my place looks like a jungle right now with all of the indoor and outdoor plants I’ve acquired. Over the past few years, house plants have become a huge trend. This is pretty cool because it means more and more people are using their green thumbs. […]

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Los Angeles

You Need To Put Los Angeles On Your Bucket List In 2020. Here’s Why

Los Angeles is known for many things – the home of Hollywood and celebrities, a laid back lifestyle with easy access to Venice Beach and Santa Monica, the Hollywood walk of fame – we can now add a vegan epicentre to the growing list of accolades. When booking our tickets to attend the second Vegan […]

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Non-Vegans Can’t Get Enough of Vegan ‘Meat’. Here’s Why

Vegan meat, otherwise known as fake meat, is gaining popularity all over the world. Brands such as Beyond Meat, Quorn, Gardein, the Fry Family and Linda McCartney have all seen a surge in sales here in Australia over the past couple of years, but not necessarily to the people you think. Fake meats are no […]

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The Golden Globes Goes Vegan

The Hollywood Reporter – the ‘bible’ of the Hollywood film, television, and entertainment industries, has broken the news that this year’s Golden Globes will have an all-vegan menu, making it the first major awards show to go vegan. That should be popular with the majority of LA based celebs for whom a plant based diet […]

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What 2019 Meant For Veganism

In years to come, we may well look back and see that 2019 was the year the vegan movement went mainstream. Long gone are the days when vegans were a fringe group, made up of stereotyped skinny, hemp-wearing hippies. With more than 57 million #vegan posts on Instagram right now, it’s safe to say that […]

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Veganuary

New Year New You? How To Go Vegan in Veganuary

Launched in the UK back in January 2014, Veganuary is an annual event that encourages people to try vegan for January (and beyond). The organisers’ vision is simple – they want a vegan world. A world without animal farms and slaughterhouses. A world where food production does not decimate forests, pollute rivers and oceans, exacerbate […]

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We Chat To The Founder Of F.A.K.E. & The World’s First Vegan Museum

Jonathan Ohayon is an animal rights activist and co-founder of Fashion for Animal Kingdom and Environment. F.A.K.E is a global movement that supports designers from around the world that offer vegan, ethical and cruelty-free options with events and other promotional activity. We asked him the pointy questions.   You’ve orchestrated many vegan pop-ups in the […]

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Formula One Driver, Lewis Hamilton, Is Asking Mercedes To Ditch Leather

Lewis Hamilton is asking Mercedes to go vegan and ditch its animal-based leather. Several other major car manufacturers have already made the change. The vegan Formula One driver has said that he will speak to his Mercedes team about making cars with animal-free interiors. He added that he wants to aim for more sustainability, in […]

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Sydney vegan tours

Vegan, Vegetarian or Just Curious? Sydney Vegan Tours Are A Must

Food is one of the most important things in both mine and my family’s life, and it has always been so important for me to eat sustainably and healthily. Whether you are vegan, vegetarian or just curious to see what Sydney has to offer, the Sydney Vegan Tours is the tour to do. Their Glebe […]

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Vegan Christmas Gift Guide

Your No Sweat Vegan Christmas Gift Guide

OK, it’s December so we can officially start talking about Christmas. If you’re looking for some inspiration, we’ve curated this list of cruelty-free gift ideas for the ones you love. Or perhaps you just got their name in a Kris Kringle. Whatever, the best part about these presents is you don’t even have to be […]

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Photographer Gary Sheppard Gives A Face To Farm Rescue Animals

I walked into Bondi Pavilion’s Gallery not really knowing what to expect. Knowing the premise of the exhibition, I was scared I might’ve been going to see confronting images of rescued farm animals in ways I wouldn’t want to see them portrayed. Yes, they were confronting, but not in the way you would first think. […]

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