Health & Nutrition

What is a Vegan Lifestyle?

Veganism, as defined by the Vegan Society, is “a way of living that seeks to exclude, as far as possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals, for food, clothing or any other purpose.

A vegan lifestyle is free from all animal products, whether derived by slaughter (such as meat, chicken, and fish), or otherwise (such as eggs, dairy and honey).

The word “vegan” was coined in 1944 by Donald Watson of the Vegan Society of the UK.

Getting Started on a Plant-Based Lifestyle


Education / Reference

Vitamins & Minerals

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 helps the body’s nerve and blood cells stay healthy. It also plays a critical role in the creation of DNA.

Vitamin D3

Vitamin D helps you to absorb calcium, magnesium, and phosphate, the nutrients that keep your bones, teeth, and muscles healthy. It also plays a role in regulating the immune system.

Organic Food & Pesticides

Organic food is food produced by methods that comply with the standards of organic farming. Standards vary worldwide, but organic farming in general features practices that strive to cycle resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity. Organizations regulating organic products may restrict the use of certain pesticides and fertilizers in farming. In general, organic foods are also usually not processed using irradiation, industrial solvents or synthetic food additives.[1] Organic foods are not genetically modified.

GMOs (Genetically modified organism)

Everyone has a right to know what they are eating and what chemicals are used in the foods they consume.

“GMO” technically has a broad definition that has come to be understood in a much narrower sense since the introduction of genetically engineered plants into the food system. Broadly, genetic modification occurs whenever a plant breeder selects to cross two plants in hopes of producing offspring with a desired trait. Since the advent of genetic engineering, however, the term “GMO” typically describes plants that have been genetically engineered. Genetic engineering describes the introduction of a gene from a different species than the host so that the plant expresses a trait not genetically normal for its species, such as the production of pesticides. 1

Not Milk

Psychology / Behavior / Carnism / Speciesism

Diets: Paleo, Keotegenic


Earthing / Grounding

Grounding, also called earthing, is a therapeutic technique that involves doing activities that “ground” or electrically reconnect you to the earth.

This practice relies on earthing science and grounding physics to explain how electrical charges from the earth can have positive effects on your body.

The Earthing Movie: The Remarkable Science of Grounding

  • Reveals the scientific phenomenon of how we can heal our bodies by doing the simplest thing that a person can do… standing barefoot on the earth.
  • Featuring grounding pioneer Clint Ober
  • Over 20 peer-reviewed studies have shown that Grounding (Earthing) reduces inflammation… one of the most damaging internal biological processes that leads to chronic disease.
  • Read up on all the studies and research at

The Benefits of Earthing (i.e. Grounding)

  • Going for a barefoot walk or jog on the beach with your spouse, kids, close friends, or your dog, can provide a “trifecta” of health-boosting benefits.
  • Are Shoes Isolating You From Earthly Benefits?
  • The Electrifying Science Behind It All
  • Why Lightning Is So Important
  • Could This Be Part of the Ultimate Antioxidant Effect?
  • Best Ways to Ground Yourself Outside
  • Grounding Challenges Located Inside Your Home