Woman working with seedlings on a farm
07/23/2020
Having spent the first 19 years of my life in Iowa, I am keenly aware of the juxtaposition of big Ag and small family farms. For the most part, Iowa is a vast rolling landscape of corn and soy,... read more
Bowl of wakame seaweed salad with chopsticks.
07/14/2020
Eating seaweed salad may boost the efficacy of vaccinations and help treat cold sores, herpes, Epstein-Barr virus, and shingles. Billions of pounds of seaweed are harvested each year,... read more
Woman with allergies in field of flowers blowing her nose
06/23/2020
For millions of people, spring is the season of itchy eyes, runny noses, sneezing, and inflamed sinuses. In 2018 alone, doctors diagnosed more than 19 million American adults with hay... read more
High fiber ceral in bowl with spoon and glass of orange juice
05/26/2020
Did you know fiber is actually a type of carbohydrate? But before you let that ‘C’ bomb make you cringe uncomfortably, you should know it doesn’t work the same way as other types... read more
Many types of pills and capsules on a countertop and in several dishes and bowls
05/20/2020
Mainstream medicine has long had a healthy skepticism of dietary supplements, extending to the present day with commentaries like “Enough is enough.” In an essay entitled “... read more
Man slicing vegetables cooking in kitchen
04/21/2020
Staying Healthy While In Quarantine The world is experiencing an unprecedented level of stress right now, due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Many of us are in lockdown, practicing social distancing... read more
Mason jar of water against shadowy black background
04/14/2020
Water 101: Guidance from the CDC, USDA, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and other top-tier experts and physicians on proper hydration, dehydration avoidance Water. We all need it—and... read more
Glass of tomato juice with slices of tomato
04/01/2020
What we eat—or don’t eat—can affect our immune system. In my video Using the Produce Aisle to Boost Immune Function, I profile a study conducted to determine the effect of the... read more
Leaves of kale stacked
03/23/2020
Why does frequent consumption of vegetables appear to cut one’s odds of depression by more than half? And “frequent” was defined as eating vegetables not 3 or more times a day, but just 3... read more

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Woman working with seedlings on a farm
07/23/2020
Having spent the first 19 years of my life in Iowa, I am keenly aware of the juxtaposition of big Ag and small family farms. For the most part, Iowa is a vast rolling landscape of corn and soy,... read more
Bowl of wakame seaweed salad with chopsticks.
07/14/2020
Eating seaweed salad may boost the efficacy of vaccinations and help treat cold sores, herpes, Epstein-Barr virus, and shingles. Billions of pounds of seaweed are harvested each year,... read more
Woman with allergies in field of flowers blowing her nose
06/23/2020
For millions of people, spring is the season of itchy eyes, runny noses, sneezing, and inflamed sinuses. In 2018 alone, doctors diagnosed more than 19 million American adults with hay... read more
High fiber ceral in bowl with spoon and glass of orange juice
05/26/2020
Did you know fiber is actually a type of carbohydrate? But before you let that ‘C’ bomb make you cringe uncomfortably, you should know it doesn’t work the same way as other types... read more
Many types of pills and capsules on a countertop and in several dishes and bowls
05/20/2020
Mainstream medicine has long had a healthy skepticism of dietary supplements, extending to the present day with commentaries like “Enough is enough.” In an essay entitled “... read more
Man slicing vegetables cooking in kitchen
04/21/2020
Staying Healthy While In Quarantine The world is experiencing an unprecedented level of stress right now, due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Many of us are in lockdown, practicing social distancing... read more
Mason jar of water against shadowy black background
04/14/2020
Water 101: Guidance from the CDC, USDA, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and other top-tier experts and physicians on proper hydration, dehydration avoidance Water. We all need it—and... read more
Glass of tomato juice with slices of tomato
04/01/2020
What we eat—or don’t eat—can affect our immune system. In my video Using the Produce Aisle to Boost Immune Function, I profile a study conducted to determine the effect of the... read more
Leaves of kale stacked
03/23/2020
Why does frequent consumption of vegetables appear to cut one’s odds of depression by more than half? And “frequent” was defined as eating vegetables not 3 or more times a day, but just 3... read more

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12/24/2017
Tis the season! Green Diva Meg created this delicious, nutritious, and fun vegan eggnog recipe for a fun alternative to a holiday favorite. See TheGreenDivas.com for the full recipe and... read more
05/06/2017
Homemade goodness in one pot. Green Diva Meg shares a new favorite healing broth recipe that's super easy to make. Please see thegreendivas.com for the full recipe and detailed instructions. 
04/22/2017
Look out, party guests — you're going to love this! GD Meg shares her vegan tzatziki recipe in this fun tutorial.  Check TheGreenDivas.com for the full recipe and much more! 
04/20/2017
Green Diva Meg's easy peasy homemade cashew milk recipe. Great for smoothies, cereal, desserts, coffee, or just to drink. PLEASE VISIT TheGreenDivas.com for more details!
12/20/2016
Secret recipe time! Green Diva Meg finally shows us how she makes her famous delicious berry crumble. It's pretty easy, and she makes it with gluten-free ingredients (and nobody even knows).... read more
12/06/2016
Brighten up so many recipes! Make these yummy preserved lemons also called salt lemons, a French culinary staple, and one of the most delicious and versatile condiments you'll ever taste. Visit... read more
12/02/2016
This recipe is so easy and satisfying. Green Diva Meg's latest vegan culinary creation. She's having fun with her new spiralizer and had fun developing this easy sweet potato spiralized pasta with... read more
09/21/2015
Cooking with the freshest ingredients (that need dispatching as part of the recipe) from the local, non-touristy market, guarantees delicious results. Follow up the hot chillis on a hot day with a... read more
04/17/2015
evox caught up with Jonathan Carp, President and CEO of Miracle Noodle. Learn about how Jonathan's trip to Kyoto, Japan opened his eyes to the possibility of a calorie-free substitute for noodles and... read more

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