Big thanks to all our supporters who participated in Meat Free Week 2018 and congratulations on completing the challenge!
Whether you went meat-free for the full week, joined us for a Meat Free Week-end or helped us to start out strong with a Meat Free Monday (or two), every little bit helps, and we really appreciate your support.
Enjoy barbequing at home or plan to host a BBQ for friends and family this weekend?
Before you get the grill going, check out our delicious grill-friendly recipes, as well as some healthy tips for your next BBQ.
Bowel Cancer Australia has announced the return of Meat Free Week, challenging participants to give up meat for seven days and raise funds for great causes.
Meat Free Week is taking place this 24-30 September, and we’re sharing some of our favourite meat-free recipes to celebrate.
Challenging participants to give up meat for seven days and raise funds for Bowel Cancer Australia, Meat Free Week gives people the perfect opportunity to try out new plant-based foods, get more fruits and veggies in their meals and see whether a meat-reduced diet is for them, even if it's just one day a week or one week a year.
Researchers who studied tribes living in the Savannah have shown that eating fruits and vegetables that are in season boosts gut health and reduces the risk of inflammatory bowel disease and bowel cancer.
The team from the Stanford University's school of medicine in California studied tribes living in the Savannah known as the Hadza, and collected stool samples from 188 individuals, aged eight to 70 years.
The stool samples were then compared with samples from Italians, who ate a normal western diet.