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Jan 03, 2017
Why consuming a kilo meat is unnatural, unpatriotic and harms the economyAll scientific research has established the direct correlation between excess protein intake and negative calcium absorption.
Jan 01, 2017
Insight 2017: After hate and bigotry got a shot in the arm in 2016; here’s how to have a better yearWe still have something to look forward to in 2017. It’s not so much about what to expect, but what we can do better or differently that can help us all heal from the blows 2016 dealt us.
Aug 16, 2016
Before you eat veal, think about the tortured, beaten, blinded and bound calf it's come fromPeople who eat veal basically are eating the pale and tender meat of a very sick baby cow who was tortured to death. They are also eating all the antibiotics and hormones that kept the baby alive long after its body had given up.
Mar 18, 2016
On a vegan diet? You may lack vital nutrient intakeA vegan has to guard against neurologic disorders, anemia, reduced bone strength and other health concerns as the diet may lack vital nutrient intake
Mar 10, 2016
Watch: 'Bloodied' PETA volunteer hangs from meat hook to recreate slaughterhousePETA's latest demonstration involved showcasing the plight of animals in a slaughterhouse.
Mar 14, 2015
Note to Tina Brown: Aamir Khan is cool, but how about a real activist for Women of World summit?Khan is clearly a smart, thoughtful man who thinks a lot about how he wants to fashion his life beyond the next blockbuster.
Oct 09, 2014
Attack on PETA activists over 'vegan Eid': Bhopal's Muslims only shame themselvesIt is important to stress that all were women activists—and mostly Muslim. Imagine the consequences, if a non-Muslim team had been subjected to such an attack
Nov 01, 2013
Why veganism is an expensive diet in IndiaReplacing your regular milk with soy milk; cottage cheese with tofu, might initially seem an easy option if you are planning to adapt 'Veganism', a growing movement, globally.
Aug 19, 2013
Veganism to corporate ethics: How young US Jains embrace faithYounger Jains who resist the elaborate rituals of their parents, which include meditating 48 minutes a day and presenting statues of idols with flowers, rice and a saffron-and-sandalwood paste, are trying to reinterpret the traditions of their religion for 21st-century American life.
May 14, 2012
Watching TV linked to unhealthy eatingTelevision viewing time is associated with lower odds of consuming fruit or vegetables daily, says a new study.