From the tastiest to the rawest, these places will happily make you forgo anything made from animal sources
Animal rights activist Shira Hertzano argues that we see both women and animals 'not as a creature with desires and liberties, but as a tool, an object’
Nutrition consultant Gali Roloff-Handel developed an autoimmune disease as a result of a sensitivity to nuts, legumes and other foods. She is one of a growing number who benefited when they reversed course and embraced animal products
Passover is a terrific opportunity to draw closer to family and friends – unless you’re caught in the crossfire between vegans and carnivores
One of Israel's leading nutritional therapists breaks down the benefits and dangers of the green fruit - and explains why bananas are good during heat waves.
Why is honey better than white sugar, even for diabetics? Why is it kosher if bees are not? Everything you wanted to know about honey.
Nutritional expert Dr. Gil Joseph Shachar offers advice on the foods that can improve your health and combat various problems
With recent warnings about meat in mind, health blogger Dafna Amon offers ideas for making fresh fruit – including some exotic varieties – a major part of our diet.
Strip away the marketing hyperbole attached to goji berries and you’re left with a food that is highly nutritious and adds interest to many recipes. They also make a handy snack and delicious tea.
The increase in vegetarian and vegan options in supermarkets and restaurants was the biggest food trend in Israel this year. The move reflects a desire for healthier eating.
This is high season for watermelon, a food that invariably cheers you up and is rich in nutrition, too.
In the hands of a creative chef, this protein-rich grain is good for more than just breakfast and cookies.
Pass the parsley: A recipe for chicken-free soup and wheat-free matza balls.
Try these dishes for a light, romantic meal that will rev you up, not slow you down.
There’s something disgraceful in our desire that the gurus we invent should be better than us.
The dairy and egg industries are no less cruel than the meat industry,according to growing evidence.
Detoxes and juice-cleanse fads are everywhere. Here’s a guide for a simple five-day juice cleanse that is a recipe for health, energy and a jump-start to better living.
There is no point in the Israeli government's interministerial program to promote healthy lifestyles as long as the deep, fundamental ignorance about nutrition persists.
The next revolution should focus on the inexplicably high cost of nutritious food in Israel.
Aloe vera, rosemary, lavender and sage are friends to us all, and a green thumb is not necessary. Bonus: recipe for passover tabbouleh.
It's reasonable to assume that people who say they hate papaya just ran into a bad one the first time around.
The psychology of inducing environmental consumerism is based not so much on copycats as hitchhikers
Israel's cover girl for composting isn't just a pretty face atop a garbage truck. She's a pretty face who has spent her career committed to advancing environmentalism.
The real star of the show was meat, which featured in nearly every dish along with other unhealthy ingredients. Why did nobody use the platform to ponder the ethical questions of our consumptive society?
Morning, noon or night, salty or sweet, there's nothing like quinoa.
Not all is black and white in thinking green and giving a preference to proximity.
On Yom Kippur, it is possible to say, without boasting and without exaggeration that for one day the state of Israel becomes a light unto environmentalists around the world.
For centuries molasses was considered a by-product of the manufacturing process and treated accordingly.
Even celebrity chef Jamie Oliver can find himself representing the contradictory interests of business and the environment.
Can faux fur really clean your conscience? Are bamboo shirts better for the planet than rayon ones? Sorting through competing claims of environmentally sound consumerism.