The Truth About Plant-Based Diets

We may be past resolution season, but people are still working to have healthier lifestyles including diets that make them feel better. Plant based diets are one of many ways to get your health under control. Eating more plants and limiting or eliminating animal products can lead to a decreased risk of cancer, heart disease, high blood pressure, and more.

Plant-based diets have been shown to reduce the risk of dementia, type 2 diabetes, most types of cancer, and more. Such diets can also aid in weight loss, even when calories are not restricted.

A whole food, plant-based diet is not the same as veganism. Vegan diets do not allow for any animal products whatsoever. However, they do allow for processed foods, refined oils, and more. Whole food, plant based diets do allow for small amounts of animal products including meats. They do not allow for processed foods and refined oils. They call for maximizing intake of whole fruits and vegetables as well as beans, legumes, and nuts in smaller amounts for protein.

Many popular fast food and chain restaurants are jumping on the plant-based bandwagon. Offering plant-based protein options on the regular menu. For example, Burger King, Subway, KFC, Q’Doba, and more feature plant-based options. All the restaurants at Disneyland and Walt Disney World will also offer plant-based options.

Learn more about how eating plants improves your health below.

Further reading: Meat Consumption: Our Obsession With Meat

The Truth About Plant-Based Diets (Infographic)

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