What do we eat?
we eat a plant-based diet
[ and yes, we get enough protein ]
We truly believe that food is medicine and one of the healthiest things we've done for our bodies was cutting out animal products and integrating fasting.
Warning: changing to a plant based diet can have many positive benefits on your health such as preventing heart disease/diabetes/cancer/stroke, boosting immune system, and improving gut health. Eating plant based also reduces your carbon footprint and eliminates a great deal of animal suffering. High five to being healthier, kinder, and doing your part to reduce your carbon footprint!
Expand your awareness and learn more about the health and environmental benefits of a plant-based diet from several documentaries that include the evidence-based studies, data, and stats of a whole food plant based diet in our movies & documentaries kit: the game changers, forks over knives, what the health, cowspiracy, seaspiracy, earthlings, and planeat. We can also recommend the book/audio books: how not to die, the pleasure trap, proteinaholic and 72 reasons to be vegan as all of them go into the science and psychology of plant-based eating. You can find them in our favorite books kit.
Zoom through our food & nutrition kit to see some of the things we eat (in addition to a whole foods plant based diet), as well as recipes from Veganuary, Forks Over Knives, and the aBillion app.
A few youtubers that we recommend checking out are: mic the vegan, happy healthy vegan, pick up limes, earthling ed, make it dairy free, and nikkivegan.
Interested in transitioning to a plant-based diet?
Start here with Simnett Nutrition and Pick Up Limes
Each day, a person who eats a plant-based diet saves 1,100 gallons of water, 45 pounds of grain, 30 sq ft of forested land, 20 lbs CO2 equivalent, and one animal’s life. Use this plant-based calculator to see how much you can save!!