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Farm Animal Rights Movement

January 7, 2013

Serving = about 1 cup. Makes 8 servings.

Amount Per Serving

Calories 323

From fat 99


% Daily Value*

Total Fat 11g


Saturated Fat 1.8g


Trans Fat 0g

Cholesterol 0mg


Sodium 307mg


Total Carbohydrate 42g


Dietary Fiber 6.8g


Sugars 0g

Protein 26.8g

Vitamin A 0%

Vitamin C 1.4%

Calcium 1.4%

Iron 10.2%

* % Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet

Vegan Fettuccine Alfredo

Here's hoping your New Year and your resolutions are off to a perfect start. Whether you've resolved to get healthy, live more simply, or to explore compassionate eating -- this dish has you covered. Enjoy the creamy, cheesy blend and feel good about keeping it simple and keeping it kind.


1 pound fettuccine noodles
1 can coconut milk
1/2 cup raw cashews
2 tablespoons nutritional yeast flakes
1 1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons cornstarch
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1/2 cup water
1 tablespoon olive oil
dash of onion powder and garlic powder


1. Cook fettuccine noodles according to package instructions.
2. Blend remaining ingredients in blender, then pour over drained and cooked noodles. Cook and stir on stove over medium heat until alfredo sauce begins to thicken slightly.
3. Serve!

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GoodBelly Probiotic Juice Drink

Feeling a little gooey after all those holiday treats? GoodBelly is just the thing to get your belly back in balance. GoodBelly offers a powerful blast of fruity flavor in a delicious drink with active probiotic cultures to promote healthy digestion.

GoodBelly Probiotic Drinks are always dairy-free and vegan -- perfect for those who experience digestive upset from common food sensitivities and for anybody who loves the refreshing taste of juice.

GoodBelly comes in a medley of fun flavors like Pomegranate Blackberry, Mango, Blueberry Acai, Tropical Orange and many more.

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Answers for Healthy Eating

In the U.S., we are surrounded by an overwhelming amount of colorful food packaging and advertisements urging us to eat things that may not be in our best interest, or in the best interests of those with whom we share the planet. With so many choices, what do we eat? And how do we stay healthy?

Eating a balanced diet doesn’t mean you have to become a nutrition expert. It just means that, as with any new way of eating and living, it may take a little know-how and practice.

We've made it easy to explore healthy eating by answering some of the most common questions about plant-based living. Learn how easy it is to get plenty of protein, B-12, and calcium; how to break food addictions; how to thrive as a vegan athlete; and more at > Healthy Eating.

Learn more and get your questions answered at

Tracye McQuirter

Tracye McQuirter is passionate about inspiring people to live healthier, happier lives by adopting a plant-based diet. Her best-selling book is titled By Any Greens Necessary: A Revolutionary Guide for Black Women Who Want to Eat Great, Get Healthy, Lose Weight, and Look Phat.

Tracye co-founded the Black Vegetarian Society of New York and co-founded the first comprehensive website to support and inspire African American vegetarians. She's worked on legislation to improve federal nutrition guidelines, promoted school-based initiatives to reverse childhood obesity, and served as a nutrition consultant for the Black Women's Health Imperative. Her impressive work resulted in her being recognized in 2012 by Vegetarian Times as one of The New Food Heroes: 10 Activists Who Are Out to Change the Way America Eats -- for the Better.

“I know what it’s like to experience vibrant health. But I also know this makes me rare among U.S. women, where up to 80% of us are overweight and up to 50% are obese. As a result, we experience the highest rates of death and disability from heart attack, cancers, stroke, and diabetes,” she says, “The good news is that these chronic diseases can be prevented and often reversed by eating plenty of plant-based foods that we all know are good for us."

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