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A plant-based diet helps to reduce cancer risk. There are many delicious forms of plant protein that are healthier than meat from animals. Red and processed meats contain harmful substances that can lead to colorectal cancer.
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When cancer researchers looked for links between diet and cancer, they found that people who avoided meat and dairy products were much less likely to develop the disease. Other sources of calcium can be found in plant foods.
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Optimize your health with a plant-based diet! Get started easily on Zoom with FIVE fun cooking and nutrition classes during just ONE weekend. You’ll be a pro at this before you know it, without even leaving your house.
Fun and filling, these tasty plant-based sandwiches and condiments feature robust flavors and are easy to create. It’s time to trade in sandwiches with meat, cheese, fish, and eggs for flavorful, healthy plants!
Did you know that by eating more plant-based meals, you can help to reduce global warming? Animal agriculture is responsible for significant environmental damage around the globe. Check out our recommended films and articles with more details.
Depending on portion size (whole pepper vs. half), this dish works well as a main entree or a side dish. Any leftovers make an easy lunch or supper the next day.
Learn how to build a flavorful, healthy, plant-based meal in a bowl. Fun and tasty, these colorful creations (sometimes called grain bowls or wellness bowls) draw on global culinary traditions.
Do you want to regain the energy you had years ago? Do you have health metrics you’d like to raise or lower? Want to get healthier quickly to reduce your COVID risks? A plant-based diet can help!
By far, the most common question a plant-based eater hears is, “Where do you get your protein?” Over and over (and over) again, people are very concerned about protein deficiencies on a plant-based diet. Even when you assure them of your continued survival, and add in...
It’s very common these days to review a restaurant menu and notice that every salad has animal protein on it: salad with goat cheese or bacon; salad with chicken, or salmon, or shrimp; salad with grilled steak. We’ve all seen this, right?
Food for Life classes feature nutrition information and recipes that can help to prevent diet-related chronic diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. Designed by physicians, nurses, and registered dietitians, Food for Life promotes healthful eating based on the latest scientific research.
Though we sometimes say that our health issues are “hereditary” it is often our family recipes and mealtime patterns that have guided our behavior over many years and brought on malaise and disease.
What are some of the plant-based kitchen staples that accent whole food ingredients in a healthy, tasty vegan meal? Here are some of Planted Platter’s favorite flavor elements for fabulous plant-based cooking.
Sometimes people say they don’t like vegetables because they have had unpleasant experiences eating them before. If you need coaching and guidance on how to adjust to plant-based eating, Planted Platter can help.