July 24, 2019

Whole Foods Plant-based life

One of the most powerful steps you can take to improve your health, boost energy levels, and prevent chronic diseases is to move to a plant-based diet. Scientific evidence shows changing your nutrition is a powerful way to live longer, help the environment, and reduce your risk of getting sick. It’s way of eating that is built upon the basic principle that we should embrace plants, such as fruits, vegetables, healthy fats, whole grains; and limit the amount of meat, dairy, eggs and nutrient-poor foods. Make plants the foundation and a huge part of what you eat every single day, you will feel energized because of the foods you eat, never lethargic or drained.

Benefits of WFPB

A whole-foods, plant-based life is a way of eating that celebrates plant foods and cuts out unhealthy items like added sugars and refined grains. 

Diseases

You are probably aware that plant-based lifestyle has been shown to prevent and reverse heart disease, and new research points to a host of other positive effects of a plant-based lifestyle. There are so many benefits to a plant-based life, including clearer skin, reducing heart disease, obesity and even diabetes.

Diabetes 
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Colon Cancer
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IBS and Acid Reflux
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Hypertension
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Skin
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Environmental Impact

Plant-based diets typically reduce the risk of developing numerous chronic diseases over the lifespan and require fewer natural resources for production compared to meat-containing diets. In fact, in one year, animal husbandry creates as much carbon emissions as the entire transportation sector. The amount of protein that you get from plant-sources, such as legumes, seeds, and grains, is closely on par, plus full of other healthful nutrients including fiber, sterols, stanols, and vitamins and minerals.

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