Plant Based: “A diet based on foods derived from plants, including vegetables, whole grains, legume, and fruits, and with no animal products.
Whole Foods: “Food that has been processed or refined as little as possible and is free from additives or other artificial substances.”
What do I mean by Plant Based Whole Foods (PBWF)? There are a few different ways to go about eating vegan and after years of trial & error and endless reading, I’ve found that this version is what works best for overall health and wellness.
Many people attempt and give up eating this way as it can be difficult unless you have the proper knowledge and tools, which I will provide to you throughout this blog.
Examples of different ways of eating vegan are to focus on eating fully raw (nothing cooked, lots of juices, smoothies, high in fruits, cleanse mentality etc.) to eating high in fats / highly processed (oils, fried foods, avocado on everything, packaged goods, preservatives, etc.). Neither of these methods is sustainable.
With Plant-Based Whole Foods, you strive to eat as minimally processed as possible. Think a piece of fruit rather than the smoothie, a potato rather than the fries, greens without oil, beans, oats, etc. – simply as they’d be found from the Earth.
Which sounds boring, I know, but it’s amazing what you can do with the whole food. Within this blog, I’ll be providing recipes for breakfast, lunch, snack, and dinner that will blow your mind and keep you satisfied, healthy & trim.
PBWF is the absolute best way to get your body in full harmony. It promotes clear skin, sustained weight loss, the reversal of major diseases, the humane treatment of animals and is the single best way to contribute to the health of our planet. On top of this, there are no downsides. I’ll show you how.