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You Won’t Believe What Raw Eating Did for One Woman

You Won’t Believe What Raw Eating Did for One Woman

Angelica Xavier hadn’t been to the doctor in 10 years. Vegan, active, an avid yogi and runner, Xavier was the picture of clean living—she barely even caught a cold.

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How One Company is Transforming Food Waste Into Something Delicious

How One Company is Transforming Food Waste Into Something Delicious

In sub-Saharan Africa, one of the poorest regions on Earth, more than 70 percent of the population depends on farming for its livelihood and survival. And yet up to 40 percent of their annual harve...

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Spring Into Summer! Enter Our Pinterest Contest for a Chance to Win $200

Spring Into Summer! Enter Our Pinterest Contest for a Chance to Win $200

Attention all Thrive Market pinners: Are you ready to Spring Into Summer? We hope so, because it’s the theme of our upcoming Pinterest Contest!

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7 Recipes for National Pie Day

7 Recipes for National Pie Day

There are so many bizarre national holidays nowadays, like National Thrift Shop Day (August 17), National Go Barefoot Day (June 2) and National Bubble Bath Day (January 8)—some you might not even k...

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No More Junk Food in Schools

No More Junk Food in Schools

At this point, it’s no secret that America has been fighting a health crisis unlike anything we’ve ever seen. For the first time ever, today’s parents may live longer than their children because of...

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What We Can Learn From the First Thanksgiving

What We Can Learn From the First Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is an annual holiday that unites people of all types around the same table. It’s about family, feasting, and giving thanks.

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Why This Leading Psychiatrist Prescribes a Mediterranean Diet to Her Patients

Why This Leading Psychiatrist Prescribes a Mediterranean Diet to Her Patients

When I was training to become a psychiatrist, I rarely paid attention to what my patients ate. Unless the person had an eating disorder or depression-associated weight loss, we didn't spend much ti...

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5 Things We Learned From the New York Times GMO Investigation

5 Things We Learned From the New York Times GMO Investigation

With only a few exceptions, the New York Times has been a reliable supporter of the use of biotechnology in agriculture and genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Headlines from the last couple ...

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Everything You've Wanted to Know About Airplane Food

Everything You've Wanted to Know About Airplane Food

Ah, yes, travel season. That time of year when everyone is frantically searching the Internet to find the cheapest flights to see their loved ones for the holidays. It’s a magical time, but it’s no...

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Happy National Chocolate Day!

Happy National Chocolate Day!

People love chocolate. Chocolate bars, chocolate fudge, chocolate cake, hot chocolate—no matter which way it comes, everyone wants to get their fix. In fact, Americans alone consume about 2.8 billi...

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Americans Really Do Care About Food Policy, According to a New Poll

Americans Really Do Care About Food Policy, According to a New Poll

Looking at what many Americans eat these days—and what it’s doing to us—it’s easy to get depressed. Bad news keeps pouring in from every direction, and it almost feels like the country has given up...

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