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Are the USDA dietary guidelines inherently racist?

Dr. Milton Mills has provided testimony to the USDA Dietary Guidelines Committee on multiple occasions. He also co-authored the 1999 Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) report on Racism in the Dietary Guidelines. As the 2020 guideline recommendations were being drafted, we checked in with Dr. Mills on how these may, either unwittingly or intentionally, have a racist effect on nonwhite populations.

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Optimizing Immunity, Safety, & Health

It is a scary time for many as we face a global crisis of the Coronavirus pandemic. While we need to be careful, vigilant and aware, we don’t want to go into panic mode. While you are home, it’s important to stay informed, stay healthy, and stay happy.

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Titans Fueled By Vegan Food

When the Tennessee Titans upset the New England Patriots last weekend, denying Tom Brady a trip to the AFC championship for the first time in a decade, it may have come as a surprise to Brady, as to the Baltimore Ravens, whom the Titans had just upset the week before. But it was no surprise to readers of American Vegan magazine, who had met Charity Morgan in its pages.

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Today is the day for giving to AVS

This Giving Tuesday, please consider a tax-deductible donation to the American Vegan Society (AVS), the longest-running national vegan organization in the U.S. Since 1960, this nonprofit has worked to promote the concept of veganism to an ever-wider public audience, spurring many of the initiatives and events that have made “vegan” a household word today.

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Biggest dairy producer in US files for bankruptcy

“Despite our best efforts to make our business more agile and cost-efficient, we continue to be impacted by a challenging operating environment marked by continuing declines in consumer [cow’s] milk consumption,” said Eric Beringause, Dean Foods’ CEO and president, in a statement.

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