One of the most important things in life is having the resources you need to do what you do. Today there’s arguably too much information out there so we’ve narrowed down some of our favorite sites, people and organizations. This list is by no means comprehensive and we can’t vouch for all information on all of them, of course. This page will be updated frequently.
Plant-based / Vegan Nutrition
A writer and author who stays up to date on the latest research and updates her site regularly. Not sure what to make of a new study? Chances are she has read it and written about it.
By Registered Dietitian Jack Norris is the premiere resource for plant-based nutrition. The details about specific nutrients is all here.
A provocative speaker and author who shares her perspective on the latest nutrition happenings. Her facebook page is especially active.
The author of the Plant-powered Diet, one of my favorite books on the subject.
Our own Matt Ruscigno
Has a health and nutrition site, True Love Health.
Athletes and Fitness
More than a website, it’s a community of athletes and a book that Matt co-wrote (with the other Matt!).
Covers the latest and greatest vegan athletes with profiles, news and links.
A resource and community for plant-based runners. The same folks who do the weekly #VegRunChat.
A team of vegan strength and physique athletes who show that you don’t need animal products to be ripped!
One of the old-school resources and sites for getting strong on a vegan diet.
What you need if you love to cook and want to meet other food-obsessed folks. Run by prolific cookbook author Isa Moskowitz, Post Punk Kitchen has over 25k registered users.
Gets you the recipes you need without spending a ton of cash. What’s not to like about that?
A writer, scientist and friend of ours who takes a positive, loving approach to veganism and parenting.
A non-profit that addresses a number of food-related issues because it is bigger than veganism after all.
Has handouts and materials plus excellent articles on compassionate eating.
A guide developed to help you transition to a more plant-based diet. Check it out!
For a more extensive list of resources please see the resource page at Thinking Vegan.