Spice up your summer and your health! This amazing Thai Vegetable Curry is one of the many ways you can incorporate the benefits of broccoli into your diet. Broccoli is a powerful source of vitamins C, K and A, folic acid and fiber. So give this recipe a try… it’s quick to prepare and easy to fall in love with. Serve it over red or brown rice for a fulfilling, nutritious meal.
Add more protein, texture, and flair to your favorite dishes. Follow Your Heart’s Chicken Free Chicken is slowly smoked and conveniently ready-to-eat. Cary Brown’s Country Smoked Chicken Free Chicken is the ultimate nutritious protein source… it’s cholesterol-free, low in fat, and absolutely delicious! Made with soy protein and animal-free natural flavors, you can enjoy it in salads, add it to your favorite recipes, or slice it to include in your sandwich.
Follow Your Heart has an extensive selection of cruelty-free delicacies including Vegan Gourmet Cheese Alternatives, Vegenaise, dairy-free cream cheese and sour cream, dressings, and sauces for all occasions.
Follow Your Heart is a dedicated supporter of animal advocacy. A long-time sponsor of FARM’s campaigns, they have generously donated snacks to AR2008 National Conference this weekend!
Just a few portions of broccoli each week helps protect men from prostate cancer, according to a research published in the Public Library of Science journal PLoS One. The researchers found that a chemical in the food sparks genetic changes, activating some genes that fight cancer and switching off others that fuel tumors. Past research provides evidence linking a healthy diet rich in fruits and vegetables to reduced cancer risk, but this is a human trial investigating the potential biological mechanism at work.
The study examined men with pre-cancerous lesions that increase prostate cancer risk. Findings reveal that men who ate four extra servings of either broccoli or peas each week for a year showed hundreds of changes in genes known to play a role in fighting cancer.
The benefit would likely be the same in other cruciferous vegetables that contain a compound called isothiocyanate, including brussel sprouts, cauliflower, cabbage, rocket or arugula, watercress and horse radish. Broccoli, however, has a particularly powerful type of the compound called sulforaphane, which could give the green vegetable an extra cancer-fighting kick.
Every summer, hundreds of compassionate individuals gather at the Animal Rights National Conference to network, learn, educate, celebrate, and much more! This year, the conference is currently taking place in Alexandria, VA at the beautiful Hilton Mark Center.
The four-day program features nearly 100 presenters from more than 60 organizations, appearing in plenary sessions, workshops, campaign reports, and rap sessions. Other elements include exhibits, videos, newcomer orientations, group workouts, and entertainment by animal-friendly musicians. The celebrity animal advocate award will be presented to Heather Mills on Saturday. Take a look at the program schedule to see what's going on.
The Animal Rights National Conference is a great way learn about the issues and have a good time. The exhibit hall is FREE and open to the public, so if you’re in the area, stop by for vegan ice cream, cruelty-free shopping, and much more!