Vitamins, Minerals and Protein and Fly Control in Cattle Nutrition

Hi I’m Mike. The day to day requirements for cows aren’t many. They need food, they need water, but that doesn’t mean that as the one in charge of them, that’s where it ends. My job is to make sure the cows have what they don’t even know they need, and much like a toddler […]

How did the evolution of complex life on Earth begin? – The Gene Code, Episode 1 – BBC Four

Have a look at this. It’s a bit of a human body These are cells from the inside of a human cheek magnified thousands of times they’re similar to the kinds of cells all complex plants and animals are built from Now here’s another one of these human cells on its own See those tiny […]

Vegan Podcast | Five Favorite Foods: Quinoa, Kale, Blueberries, Tempeh, and Tea

Welcome to Food for Thought. I’m Colleen Patrick-Goudreau from Compassionate Cooks. I founded Compassionate Cooks to empower people to make informed food choices and to debunk myths about vegetarianism and animal rights. You can learn more about who we are and what we do by visiting www.compassionatecooks.com. A few years ago in Vegetarian Times’ magazine, […]

How Do Vegans Get Enough Protein?

Hi everyone, It’s Colleen Patrick-Goudreau from joyfulvegan.com. Welcome to Vegan POV. Today, I want to speak to the obsession we seem to have with protein, particularly animal protein, demonstrated by one of the most common questions vegans hear: “Where do you get your protein?” Here’s my point of view. Our obsession with protein – really […]

Is Vegan ‘Meat’ Really Healthy?

I’m trying to quit cold turkey. Hey there meat wads, Julian here for DNews. For many of us in the United States, Thanksgiving means putting up with our relatives long enough to grab some of that sweet, sweet turkey and honey glazed ham. But for someone who has dietary restrictions or objections to eating animals, […]