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LiveKindly
January 18, 2020
America is getting its first vegan culinary nutrition center. The plant-based education center is opening in St. Louis, Missouri, amid growing demand for information on meat-free diets. The Center for Plant-based Living (CPBL) is headed by Caryn Dugan. Dugan is a food blogger who has become a local authority on vegan nutrition, cooking, and health. She often teaches classes and presentations and hosts a plant-based nutrition summit at Washington University.


Y98 FM
December 3, 2019
Y98's Jill Devine has a FANTASTIC podcast, Two Kids and A Career - of which I often listen to. Why? I have no idea, but I love the way she pulls info out of her guests and truly it just seems like a party in the studio when she's conversing with her guests. When Jill asked me to be on her show, I immediately said YES!, but what the hell am I going to talk about? No kids here... Jill worked her easy magic and you'll love our convo.

Fox 2 Now
November 15, 2019


Show Me St. Louis
November 2, 2019

Ladue News
October 31, 2019
The center aims to serve as a community support system for those researching or adopting a plant-based lifestyle, which consists mostly or entirely of eating vegetables, whole grains, nuts, seeds, legumes and fruits, while avoiding most animal products and processed foods. According to The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted by T. Colin Campbell and Thomas M. Campbell II, scientific research shows a plant-based diet can reduce the risk of major illnesses, including Type 2 diabetes, heart disease and certain types of cancer, and plant-based dieters have reported boosted energy, reduced inflammation and better health outcomes. The Center for Plant-Based Living offers educational literature on the plant-based diet, as well as both demonstration and hands-on cooking classes. “I want people to come in if they’re curious about how to add more plants to their plate,” Dugan says.

Show Me St. Louis
October 5, 2019


Show Me St. Louis
September 6, 2019