Anthony Martinelli

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Name: Anthony Martinelli
Date registered: 10/27/2015


Anthony Martinelli is the Editor and co-founder of He also serves as the Editor-in-Chief of, a cannabis news and information website.

Latest posts

  1. Vegan Diet Provides “Long-Term Sustainable Solutions for the Health Care Challenges of the Newest Era” — 01/28/2017
  2. Soy Chorizo Again Wins Favorite Meat/Meatless Product in Trader Joe’s Customer Choice Awards — 01/28/2017
  3. Plant-Based Meal More Filling than Meat-Based Meal, According to Study — 01/28/2017
  4. Baileys Almond Milk Liqueur Officially Certified Vegan — 01/28/2017
  5. Study: Like Humans, Pigs Can be Optimists or Pessimists — 11/28/2016

Most commented posts

  1. Ontario Officials Rule Veganism is a Human Right Legally Protected from Discrimination — 71 comments
  2. United States’ First-Ever Vegan Butcher Shop to Open January 23rd in Minnesota — 54 comments
  3. Baileys Introduces New Almond Milk Liqueur — 28 comments
  4. Germany Becomes First Country to Ban Egg Industry’s Shredding of Live Chickens — 23 comments
  5. First Vegan Butcher Shop in the U.S. Now Open, First Weekend a Huge Success — 17 comments

Author's posts listings

Jun 24

Did You Know: Olive Garden Breadsticks Are Vegan

Olive Garden isn’t exactly known for being vegan friendly, with their popular salad dressing riddled with dairy and a menu filled with meat and cheese. However, despite what many people might think, Olive Garden’s famous breadsticks are entirely vegan. Rejoice! Olive Garden actually has a guide on their website for what on their menu is …

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May 20

Study: Fruit Intake in Adolescents and Young Adults Reduces Breast Cancer Risk

A new study conducted at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and published in the British Medical Journal, has found that consuming high levels of fruit as a teenager – and oranges and kale as a young adult – can significantly reduce the risk of breast cancer. For the study, researchers took data from …

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May 19

Baileys Introduces New Almond Milk Liqueur

Baileys, famous for their liqueurs, has introduced a new liqueur made with almond milk. “Our almondmilk is made from sweet almond oil and almond essence (extracted from crushed almonds), cane sugar and purified water with a touch of real vanilla”, Baileys states on their website. “This smooth spirit blends the luscious, nutty flavors of real …

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May 19

Number of Vegans in Britain More than Triples in Past 10 Years

A new study conducted by Ipsos MORI, and commissioned by the Vegan Society and Vegan Life Magazine, has found that there are over half a million people following a vegan diet in Britain, an over 350% increase over the past decade. According to the study – the largest of its kind ever conducted in Britain …

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May 18

Study: Vegan Blood Drastically More Effective At Combating Prostate Cancer Cells

A new study published in the Journal of Urology, and published online by the U.S. National Institute of Health, has found that the blood of those following a vegan diet is almost eight times more effective at combating prostate cancer cells than the blood of those following a typical American diet that includes the regular …

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May 18

Vegan Marshmallows Now Available at Trader Joe’s

Although not impossible, finding vegan marshmallows is a challenge, especially if you live outside of big cities like Seattle and San Francisco. However, Trader Joe’s has made a big move in making this task easier by offering their own brand of vegan marshmallows. Even better, 10 ounce bags retail at just $2.99, considerably lower than …

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May 02

Los Angeles City Council Unanimously Passes Bill to Ban Sale of Bred Dogs, Cats and Rabbits

In a unanimous 12 to 0 decision the Los Angeles City Council has given approval to an ordinance that will explicitly prohibit the sale of commercially bred dogs, cats and rabbits. Instead, pet stores wanting to distribute animals will need to partner with adoption centers to help promote the adoption of rescue animals. Los Angeles …

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Apr 27

Majority of Americans Plan to Eat More Plant-Based Foods this Years, Finds Study

According to a new Wakefield Research study, a majority (55%) of those in the United States plan to eat more plant-based food this year. Of the 55% of those who say they plan to eat more plant-based foods this year, 36% plan to eat “somewhat more”, with roughly 1 in 5 planning to eat “much …

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Apr 23

Did You Catch Shakespeare’s Vegan Message in ‘Henry VI’?

By PETA UK Recited by Downton Abbey star and vegan activist Peter Egan, the following passage from Henry VI describes a tragedy that’s still happening today (Warning: The video includes extremely violent acts against animals): Thou never didst them wrong, nor no man wrong; And as the butcher takes away the calf And binds the …

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Apr 23

10 Recent Studies that Will Make Non-Vegans Consider Converting

There have been a plethora of vegetarian and vegan studies released in recent months, showing the vast and diverse benefits of following a plant-based diet. Below is a list of the most eye-opening and potentially mind-changing of these studies, in no particular order.   Study: Veganism Could Save Millions of Lives Annually, Prevent Trillions of …

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Apr 22

Study: 99.6% in Germany have Herbicide in their System, Less for Vegetarians/Vegans

In an alarming and some would say horrifying new study, 99.6% of those in Germany have the herbicide glyphosate in their system, EurActiv Germany reports. Glyphosate is used in Roundup, one of the most popular products sold by Monsanto. The study conducted by the Heinrich Böll Foundation – with 2,009 participants – found that 99.6% …

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Apr 20

PETA Names the Top 10 Vegan Cities of 2016

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has released their 2016 list of the top vegan cities in the United States, and some of the cities on the list may surprise a few people. Below is the full list: 1. Portland, Oregon Portland Oregon | Michael Silberstein | CC BY 2.0 This year, Portland, …

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