21 Day Plant-Based Challenge

Scientifically Proven Benefits of a Plant-Based Diet. It Lowers Cancer Risk
Scientifically Proven Benefits of a Plant-Based Diet. It Lowers Cancer Risk
How do you get a healthy person to try a plant-based diet? You tell them about the recent studies that are appearing day after day that show plant-based eating is better for your heart, reducing risks of cancer and diabetes, liver disease and depression, Alzheimer’s disease and death from ANY cause! We decided to double back and review the top health studies of 2019 and recent years, that show plant-based eating is, in fact, better for you. We found no fewer than 50 research studies to share. Each study reinforces the belief that eating a plant-based diet is better for your health than consuming meat and dairy, by lowering your risk for heart disease, diabetes, cancer, liver disease, depression, Alzheimer's and death from any cause.
Your Plant-Based Diet Starter Kit: The Only 20 Items You Need to Succeed
Your Plant-Based Diet Starter Kit: The Only 20 Items You Need to Succeed
So you're finally ready to start a plant-based journey. But where to begin? One way is to banish all meat and dairy on Mondays and try the 21 Meatless Monday recipes for inspiration. But if you want to dive right in and start to eat healthier and plant-based, every day for at least a week, you may need some help when it comes time to stock up at the store. Tha...
We Taste-Tested 16 Plant-Based Meal Delivery Services
We Taste-Tested 16 Plant-Based Meal Delivery Services
When it comes time to embark on a vegan or plant-based approach to eating, the easiest and most helpful thing any modern urban eater can do is click to buy. As in, get food delivered! Thankfully, there are several meal delivery options out there that are a perfect transition from eating “regular” food to eating plant-based food that makes it easier, simpler, and a lot more fun to switch over. When
The Top 10 Sources of Plant-Based Protein, According to a Nutritionist
The Top 10 Sources of Plant-Based Protein, According to a Nutritionist
The number one concern people raise when eating a plant-based diet is how they can get enough protein. The answer is that most animals get their protein from plants, and humans can too. In fact, plants are a great source of protein, from soybeans to peas, the mighty vegetable packs a punch when it comes to protein per gram. Read on to find out which plants deliver the most protein per ounce.

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