I am a twenty-something somewhat eclectic vegan in search of inner peace and love in this ever changing world. I’m trying to take a more holistic and compassionate approach to life and heal from the inside out with food, exercise, and yoga.
I am a licensed and certified athletic trainer and working on my masters in kinesiology, meaning I have spent the past 6 years of my life...
Vibrant Living Coach
I love awakening people to the vast benefits of raw / living foods and healthier environmentally conscious homes. I also hold a vision for Peace ~ Love ~ Unity to spread throughout the entire planet.
Raw food Community
Your Vegan Mom lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Paul, and son, Desmond. If you don't mind, she'd love to be your vegan mom too. Please stop in her kitchen anytime for a cookie or a good talking to on how best to eat your kale.
Leslie Coff, MTOM, L.Ac., Dipl. Acu.
Coff holds a Diplomate of Acupuncture from the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) . In addition, she is licensed to practice Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in both California and Georgia.
After completing her undergraduate work at the University of California at Los Angeles, Coff...
I am Harini, a working homemaker, married to a supportive spouse and blessed with two wonderful children who keep my adrenalin levels soaring and my batteries charged. I love doing a lot of things and I like doing them in a healthy manner.
I am a practising vegan since two years except for my addiction to tea and coffee which I am trying to get over.
I cook and bake...
LORNA SASS is best known as a widely published food writer and an award-winning cookbook author. She decided to start blogging to share not only her thoughts about food, but her passions and explorations beyond the kitchen. For this reason, she called the blog Lorna Sass at Large. As you will see, she rarely leaves home without her camera, and is currently documenting her passion for edible...
Being vegan, I take personal accountability for making the world a better place by giving up meat, dairy products, eggs, and other animal-derived items. This simple choice has great consequences. Veganism saves animals from slaughterhouses, reduces pollution from factory farms, and preserves soybeans and grain–which would otherwise be fed to animals being raised for food.