If you've ever thought about going plant-based or trying out a meat-free diet, now is the perfect time to start. Sign up for 7 days of amazing, delicious recipes, expert advice, and easy tips to stay on track. Here's everything you need to get started!

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Following a mostly plant-based diet is great for us: Eating a mostly plant-based diet is known to reduce the chances of heart disease, some cancers, and pretty much every disease you've ever heard of—and reduce mortality from any cause by more than 25 percent. Going plant-based can help you lose weight, boost your metabolism, enjoy clear skin and get fitter faster.

But the other reason to try a plant-based approach now is for the sake of the planet. The coronavirus outbreak reminds us that how we choose to eat has far-reaching effects on our climate.

So If you're ready to go and just don't know where to start, this guide is for you. Sign up here and get your 7 days of healthy plant-based recipes in your inbox each morning. See the kinds of food you'll get to eat in the sample recipes below.

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You'll find daily recipes from one of our favorite vegan recipe creators who is an influencer and expert in her own right. Hannah Sunderani created these recipes and generously shared them with The Beet. For her entire collection and her thoughts on being vegan check out her blog, TwoSpoons, which is both inspiring and a little intimidating since she has this lifestyle down!

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Want to try this one-week Beginner's Guide with a friend? Share this link and you can both be cooking vegan meals together, starting tomorrow morning! Good luck and let us know how it goes!

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Top 10 Sources of Plant-Based Protein According to a Nutritionist