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What Shall I Eat?

 Do you eat to live or live to eat?
Have you considered plant-based eating?



Plant-based salad on white plate
Plant-based salad

One of the most powerful steps you can take to improve your health, boost energy levels, and prevent chronic diseases is to move to a plant-based diet. If you’ve seen Forks Over Knives, you know that science shows changing your nutrition is a powerful way to live longer, help the environment, and reduce your risk of getting sick.

“There’s excellent scientific evidence  that many chronic diseases can be prevented, controlled, or even reversed with a whole-food, plant-based diet. Scientific research highlighted in the landmark book The China Study shows that a plant-based diet can reduce the risk of Type 2 diabetes, heart diseasecertain types of cancer, and other major illnesses. Many people also report bigger fitness payoffsmore energyreduced inflammation, and better health outcomes after making the switch.”  — Forks Over Knives,

“We’ve all heard from people who are overly passionate about this or that supplement or super food: acai berries, wheatgrass, cold-pressed coconut oil, probiotics, krill oil, CoQ10, etc.  We are regularly bombarded with news of health-altering wonder nutrients, and I’m sure they all have their merits, but the WFPB diet felt very different.  This struck me as transparently and unambiguously true.  It was not gimmicky; it rang true to history, science, and  common sense;…”  — Jane Birch, Discovering the Word of Wisdom

“Our findings support the recommendations of the current DGAs (Dietary Guidelines for Americans) to achieve long-term health benefits by adherence to various healthy eating patterns that can be adopted based on individuals’ health needs, food preferences, and cultural traditions, although all these diet patterns encourage high consumption of healthy plant-based foods.”JAMA, Intern Med.


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