By now, Democratic mayoral candidate Eric Adams’s position on the benefits of a plant-based diet is as well known as his stance on crime — perhaps more so, considering he has yet to write a book on keeping the peace.
This month, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams authorized a $10,000 discretionary grant to support plant-based nutrition education at the State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate College of Medicine. The funds will go toward establishing the Food as Medicine …Continue Reading
After temporarily losing his vision to Type 2 diabetes, Eric Adams turned over a new leaf — kale and spinach, to be exact. In 2016, the New York City mayoral candidate ditched his beloved burgers and went fully vegan. The dramatic diet …Continue Reading
NEW YORK — More than 340,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccines have made their way to New York in the last three weeks. However, less than 90,000 New Yorkers have received their first dose. Several local leaders, including Brooklyn Borough …Continue Reading