Whether you’re looking to eat more plant-based, whole foods or you’re looking to fully transition to eating a vegetarian or vegan diet, we can all benefit from eating a diet that’s abundant in plants!
A plant-based diet is comprised of natural, real ingredients that are packed with vitamins, minerals, fiber and nutrients to nourish your body from the inside out.
Maintaining a whole-food, plant-based diet reduces your chances of developing chronic disease, increases your overall health and well-being while also benefiting the environment.
In this guide, we’re sharing the knowledge and tips you need to easily incorporate more of these powerful plant-based foods into your meals!
What Does it Mean to Eat a Plant-Based Diet (and is there anything you can’t eat)?
A plant-based diet focuses on whole foods and the base of diet is, well, plants!
It doesn’t have mean you’re “vegan” or any other label (unless you want it to).
Plant-based diets, or those centered around plants, can look different for each of us. We may choose to practice a vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian and omnivore diet, and we could all be plant-centric in our meals.
When you’re eating plant-based, or plant-centric, you’re focusing on plants, but you may not always eliminate animal products from the equation — you find the equation and amount that feels right for your body, your health, and your lifestyle. In a plant-based diet, you’re placing whole foods above all else, and reducing processed foods in the process.
Any lifestyle that makes plants
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