Senior Jayda Kechour realized her love for animals includes removing animal products from her diet. While on her food journey, Kechour discovered her passion to become a regenerative farmer.
Pepperdine students face a variety of dietary restrictions, including religious regulations, allergies and plant-based lifestyles. In their time at Pepperdine, students said they have developed ways to make sure they are getting their necessary sustenance.
Plant-based diets grow in popularity each year, and there are advantages and disadvantages to adopting such a lifestyle. Pepperdine students and nutritionist Katherine McCune discuss the pros and cons of plant-based diets.
On Pepperdine’s campus, the Caf and the HAWC are student staples; they are the meeting grounds for many shared meals and ideals. Although, is the food really edible and available to all?
Petty Perspective is a column highlighting the rants and thoughts everyone thinks but never gets a chance to put into words. This time, we hear from Sam Torre, who has a strong dislike for mushrooms.
Meatless Mondays are a great option for people who don’t want to commit to a standard vegetarian and vegan diet. The benefits range from helping the environment to improving one’s personal health.
There are many ways to reduce meat consumption without having to cut it cold turkey.
Look into the benefits of vegetarianism at Pepperdine
With increased dedication to environmental causes and personal health development, more people are embracing the vegan diet. “I just felt like it would be wrong for me to say I’m an environmentalist but not do anything about it really,” vegan Colette Faulkner said. Vegan Bright Barnes said her diet has also influenced my family to […]
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