Why choose
plant-based nutrition?

Well, it's Mother Nature's biological diet, designed just for us, and the planet. If we all found a way to truly listen to our bodies it would say to us: "Keep it simple - eat a variety of whole, nutrient-rich foods designed by nature and you will thrive."

Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food


More and more people are choosing to reduce their use of animal products, for a variety of reasons. Some are cutting down on animal fats to reduce risk of heart disease. Others are rejecting the cruelties of factory farming. Still others are trying to live more sustainably by shifting to plant foods, which require less land and water to produce.

4 reasons you should consider Plant-Based Nutrition

One third of adults over 20 are obese, one in 13 has diabetes, and heart disease kills 1 out of 3 Americans. It's time for us to become informed and empowered. It's time for us all to be accountable. We have the power to heal ourselves, and the power to be healthier and happier than we ever imagined possible. A plant-based (or mostly plant-based diet) is your key - you will sleep better, your skin will clear up and glow, you will have more strength, afternoon fatigue will fade away, your mood will improve, you won't catch colds or the flu, aches and pains will disappear, you will lose excess body fat, you will gain muscle, your joint pain will dissipate and you will feel better than ever.

Cancer experts agree that eating a variety of colorful fruit and vegetables, grains, and legumes (dried peas and beans) aids in the fight against cancer. By making simple diet and lifestyle changes, you may reduce your risk for cancer recurrence as well as your risk for other chronic diseases like heart disease and diabetes mellitus.

Plant-Based Nutrition emphasizes vegetables, fruits, legumes, and whole grains. These foods are good sources of protein, carbohydrates, fat, vitamins, and minerals. They are also naturally lower in calories than foods made from animals. Colorful plant foods are also good sources of phytochemicals. Phytochemicals are naturally present in plant foods, and they can help to protect our body's cells from damage by cancer-causing agents. They also help support overall health and muscle building. Plant-Based Nutrition does not mean that you have to become a vegetarian; it just means that you should try to select most of your foods from plant sources.

Consuming more whole, natural foods will aid in maintaining, and regaining your health. Animal-based foods are extremely acid-forming, while plant-based foods are alkalizing - keeping bones strong and healthy.

There are myriad reasons why people choose to eat an exclusively, or mostly, plant-based diet.

Some folks end up on the herbivore track due to concern or disgust about the abominable treatment of animals in factory farms. Others choose to go veggie because they want to reverse illness. While some may want to eat foods that are more sustainable for our abused planet. No matter the reason, we all share space in a world riddled with endless nutritional confusion and out-of-whack priorities. A place where easier, faster and cheaper are king. A time where technology without responsibility is taking us all down a dangerous path of illness and irrevocable environmental destruction.

But you have an opportunity to change this. A plant-based diet can heal, not only our bodies and spirits, but our environment. So, no matter how you ended up reading this, no matter whether you call yourself a "vegan", a "flexitarian", a "vegetarian" or an "omnivore", pat yourself on the back, you are taking important steps towards a better life and your reasons are valid. You get to define what that life could/should be.


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