I’ve updated my links to the right to reflect my current thinking. I now believe that healthy fat is an important part of my diet so I took off the links to sites that promote extremely low-fat diets. I’ve recently discovered some vegan Registered Dieticians (RDs) whose recommendations fit very well with my experience and make a lot of sense to me. I’ve read the new edition of Becoming Vegan by Brenda Davis and Vesanto Melina, and think that is an excellent resource for anyone who is vegan. I’m still exploring these sites. The Reasonable Vegan site is not even about health. Even though my blog is about health, I’m an ethical vegan first and this blog has many articles of interest for me. This reminds me that I have noticed that most of the vegans I know are not any healthier than the general population and I’m concerned that some appear to be less healthy. I think many vegans lack some knowledge of simple ways to make their diet much more healthy. I think it’s important for us to thrive on a healthy diet so we don’t feel the need to go against our core values and start consuming animal products again. The Vegan RD website has a few easy-to-read articles that tell you pretty much all you need to know to get enough protein and calcium, and to thrive on a healthy diet.
I'm also updating some of my featured posts that are linked at right. It will take a few days to get through all of those.