Why whole food plant based nutrition

Why Whole Food Plant Based? By consuming whole plant foods, we are not only helping the environment and saving animal lives, we are also giving our body exactly what it needs.

It is well-researched and well-documented that a whole food plant based diet is associated with dramatically low rates of chronic disease, including cancer, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, hypertension, Alzheimer’s and more.

Whole plant foods are associated with:

✅ lower risk of chronic disease

✅ Lowering the leading risk factors: cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar

✅ potentially reversing chronic disease

✅ a trim and healthy body

✅ increased energy levels

✅ increased endurance and performance among athletes

Whole plant foods have a balanced nutritional profile. When mixing different food groups and different colours, you will consume more than enough fiber, protein, vitamins, minerals and fat.

On the other hand, animal products (meat, fish, dairy) and refined plant foods have unbalanced nutritional profiles. Animal products contain excessive protein and fat, which play a key factor in most chronic diseases including cancer, heart disease, obesity and diabetes.

Processed plant foods generally lack in fiber, vitamins and minerals and are high in fat and/or sugar. Though there are some neutral or even beneficial processed plant foods, the preference and emphasis is on maximizing the intake of whole plant foods.

For people new to this idea, it may sound very restricting. You may well be surprised when experimenting with whole food plant based nutrition. You will come in touch with new flavours and dishes that are colourful and tasty, besides the health benefits as scientifically proven. You will also see how easy it is to adapt to this new way of eating.

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We offer consults for those who want to transition to a Whole Food Plant Based lifestyle, or to those who have already started but are facing challenges. The consults aimed at offering practical advice such as cooking, shopping, family challenges, going out for dinner, overcoming psychological challenges, changing habits etc. Note: No medical advice is given in the consults.

Get Started!

When you transition to a Whole Food Plant Based lifestyle, all sorts of challenges appear on the path. If you are really serious about this, you may need to give up some of your favorite foods and flavors and try to replace them for new ones. You may feel limited at first, but you’ll be surprised by the variety of new foods and flavors. To help you get started, we’ve put together a list of 5 simple food tips.

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