Ohana, it’s that time…Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Are you ready to plan a feast that’s not just delish but also healthy? Let’s talk plant-based swaps that will make you go yum without the guilt!
Let Down to Earth take care of your Thanksgiving feast!
Can athletes that don’t eat meat really be top competitors? Just ask tennis champs Serena and Venus Williams, NBA stars Kyrie Irving and Chris Paul, Formula One legend Lewis Hamilton, Gold Medal Olympian runner Carl Lewis, or pro surfer Tia Blanco.
What’s on your comfort food list? You may not actually have a written down list, but you probably have some meals that you go for, or at least crave, when you’re feeling overwhelmed, down, tired, sick, or just plain blah.
Most people have one of these main concerns: money, health, or the planet. You may even be seriously worried about all three!
It wasn’t that long ago when natural foods stores like Down to Earth carried just tofu and tempeh.
Down to Earth stores are a great place to find presents for everyone on your list, including coworkers, mainland family & friends, foodies, and those hard-to-shop-for types!
Let the Thanksgiving celebrations begin! Whether you participate with a traditional feast with the whole ‘ohana, don’t celebrate at all, or have created your own unique way to observe the holiday- here’s some easy tips for staying healthy and having no regrets at the end of next week.
If you asked for vegan food at a restaurant 20, 10, or even five years ago, you’d be met with an eyeroll or confusion. Fast forward to now, and times have definitely changed. Hawaii has been found to be the most vegan-friendly state, with the highest number of fully vegan restaurants per capita of anywhere in the country. Preventing the exploitation of animals used to be the primary reason for going vegan; however, today the health and environmental impacts are also leading people towards eating a plant-based diet.
Each year on October 1st, we get to celebrate World Vegetarian Day! The North American Vegetarian Society created this day back in 1977, and we’ve been promoting the joy, compassion, and life-enhancing benefits of vegetarianism ever since. Vegetarianism has grown in popularity over the years, and for good reason. The health, environmental, and ethical benefits are proven.