ELIFE IN THE NEWS
Vegan restaurateur’s truck aims to make Prince George’s ‘food desert’ a little healthier
DeNeen L. Brown September 2013
Baruch Ben-Yehudah leans out the sliding window of his food truck in a parking lot in Capitol Heights, a neighborhood that government officials have recently described as a “food desert.”
“Free! Chicken and macaroni and cheese,” he calls. “Come get your free samples.”
Everlasting Life Restaurant & Lounge, Capital Heights, MD
Everlasting Life Restaurant & Lounge is not just a restaurant, it is a movement. Located in a strip mall surrounded by fast food restaurants, Everlasting Life stands out as a beacon of hope to a sick and obese community drowning in a sea of poor dietary habits. Everlasting Life is a cafeteria-style restaurant offering fresh salads, whole plant-based entrees and side dishes, vegan desserts, juices and smoothies.
Let's talk about health with Dr. Baruch Ben-Yehudah
Carol Simons 2010
Dr. Baruch Ben Yehudah has dedicated himself to improving the overall health of his fellow man, perpetuating the benefits of a vegan lifestyle. Dr. Baruch received his Naturopathic Doctors Degree from the School of the Prophets Institute at Jerusalem in Israel in 2004. He majored in Communications at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania where he began his career in radio broadcasting. Dedicated to healing people from health related issues caused by poor diet, stress, lack of exercise and educational awareness on controlling ones health, Dr. Baruch developed a revolutionary concept called "Eat the Cure."