One of the most powerful steps you can take towards improving your health on various levels is to adopt a plant-based diet.
No, plant-based doesn’t mean vegan. It also doesn’t mean that all you will be eating are fruits and vegetables all day every day. It simply means that you incorporate mostly plant-based foods on a regular basis.
Not only will adopting this kind of diet give you more energy and make you feel better almost instantly, but you will be working towards preventing long-term chronic illness.
Here are some of the foods included in a plant-based diet:
Tubers (or root vegetables)
Sounds like a good idea but you’re not really sure where to start? I suggest making the transition slowly. Maybe try focusing on plant-based foods one or two days a week OR making one meal per day completely plant-based. Then, you can adapt and add in more plant-based days/meals once you’re ready. Any step in the plant-based direction is a positive one!
Not sure what to make? Luckily there are hundreds of food bloggers out there who are willing to share their recipes with us! Here are a few of my favourite links which include recipes I use all the time!