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What Vegans With PCOS Actually Need to Know About Food

Yes, you can still eat bread. Clearing up the misleading information out there about polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and plant-based eating

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“I have a problem,” a friend recently told me. “When I eat vegan, I eat a lot of carbs.” I wanted to push back but didn’t know where to…




A vegan magazine that’s hopefully devoted to delicious plants, liberated animals, and leading a radical, sustainable, joyful life

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Marina Bolotnikova

Marina Bolotnikova

I write about interesting ideas, people, culture & animal liberation. marinabolotnikova.com

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