Plant-Based foods are derived from whole-food plants such as:
Vegetables, Wholegrain, Legumes, Nuts, Seeds and Fruits.
This way of eating has:
- Few or no animal products
- Reduction and/or elimination of highly processed refined foods like bleached flour, artificial sugar, and certain oils.
As these have been found to impact the quality of life, be devoid of nutrients and affect the environment.
Plant-Based food gives the body many benefits such as essential nutrients and vitamins
When you eat better you undoubtedly feel better.
It's a new lifestyle ready to be taken at a pace that suits you.
As you grow and learn you will most likely figure out how to make room in your life for a more longstanding change.
It can be applied to your life by changing the way you view food by reprogramming your mind to have health at the forefront in the choices that you make.
By applying techniques for better planning and preparation of meals, you can learn how to overcome the pull for wanting foods that have no new nutritional benefit for you and working through moments of relapse.
It's important to view the change as a positive by not focusing on what you believe you will be losing but rather on what you will be gaining.
It's an opportunity to reap the many benefits such as improved health and feeling more energised meet like-minded people, a chance to release your inner creativity and make a difference for yourself.
Plant-based eating is a positive step towards becoming the best version of you.
Through a whole- food lifestyle your body will be fuelled with the necessary energy and nutrients without compromising your health.
It has a flexible approach and you don't need a label to enjoy its benefits.
Through supportive programs and guided training Plant-based lifestyle can also be used to support fitness and aesthetic goals without compromising health.
It is suggested that you seek out a good trainer with whole-food nutrition at the forefront.