Glass Eye Wash Cup

Eye washes provide natural comfort for irritated, inflamed eyes. natural Eye Care recommends eye washes for a wide form of eye conditions. appropriate lid hygiene can each soothe and prevent eye infection. Eye infection may be as a result of conjunctivitis, bacterial or viral infections, dry eyes, hormonal adjustments, allergic reactions, drug side-consequences, dehydration, immoderate…

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Vegan on the Run | Fueled by Plants. Driven by an Active Lifestyle.

Sure, there are countless vegetables you can eat at any given moment in time. While eating any vegetable is better than eating no vegetable at all, seasonal varieties growing in your region are your absolute best bets. Currently here in Florida, it’s the season for nutrient rich root and cruciferous vegetables and leafy greens. Here’s a quick…

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road trips

Monday, September 1, marks six months since the launch of Vegan on the Run. With VOTR six months strong, I feel it’s only fitting to revisit some of the highlights from the past six months, beginning with my “On the Run” out of town adventures. Complete with each recap are photos that didn’t quite make the blog the…

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Quick Fixes

Sure, there are countless vegetables you can eat at any given moment in time. While eating any vegetable is better than eating no vegetable at all, seasonal varieties growing in your region are your absolute best bets. Currently here in Florida, it’s the season for nutrient rich root and cruciferous vegetables and leafy greens. Here’s a quick…

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eat local

Baba Ghanoush [pronounced BahBuh Guh Noosh here in the South] is a rich, savory eggplant dip—one I am openly obsessed with. Yet I always assumed it was way too much trouble to make on my own. Shame on me for assuming. Last week, I finally decided to give Baba Ghanoush a fair shot and craft my own easy rendition using this homegrown…

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Salads

Spring is officially coming at us this week! Consider celebrating the arrival of a fresh new season filled with green, by springing for plants—eat vegan for an entire day.  There’s still time to join the masses in making an official pledge to eat plant-based this Friday, March 20, via Meatout.org. Since 1985, this international Meatout event has helped raise…

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Breakfast

Yesterday, I revisited several “On the Run” highlights from the first six months of Vegan on the Run. Since at the heart of each and every one of my days is plant-based cuisine, today I’ve decided to revisit the recipes that I’ve shared thus far. And so, I present to you a visual recap of the spread of vegan eats…

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Fall

It’s here. It’s here. It’s almost here. That’s right—I’m talking about Halloween! Have you carved your pumpkin yet? I must admit, although Andrew and I picked out our pumpkins weeks ago, they are still sitting patiently on his porch, ready and waiting. It appears carving will be happening tomorrow on Halloween, just in time for the ocassion. Better late…

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Training Plans

If you’re looking to build your base mileage, maintain a set number of miles each week, or build up to training for a longer distance race, this plan is for you! Follow the plan through the full 8 weeks of training, or pick and choose weeks based on your current mileage and training needs. Half Marathon…

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half marathon training plan

You know those people who display 13.1 stickers proudly on their back windshield? Well, I’m one of them. Since the moment I crossed the finish line of my first half marathon back in 2010, I’ve recognized 13.1 as a magical distance. However, after running the Nashville Country Music Marathon (my first 26.2) in April of this year, I have…

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