What is a whole food plant-based diet? Until I edited Nele Liivlaid’s Plant-Based Made Easy book, I thought it was an expensive and time-consuming way of eating. Now I know that’s not true.
A whole food plant-based diet means eating plant-based food in its natural form. You eat fruits, vegetables, tubers, whole grains and legumes and exclude animal products (meat, eggs, etc.) and processed foods. Plant-Based Made Easy: The Complete Practical Guide To Transitioning To Healthy Whole Food Diet taught me that you don’t need to spend a lot of money and it doesn’t take a lot of time to start eating plant-based meals. Nele is the founder of Nutriplanet Health Hub, a business that believes in sharing information about healthy lifestyles. Her book breaks down the steps and gives you tips on how to start moving to a whole food plant-based diet. She even planned two weeks of meals so you don’t have to do all the thinking – just the cooking.
There are tons of tasty recipes and the photos look good enough to eat, too. Try Oven Waffles for breakfast, Quinoa-Spinach-Lentil-Soup for lunch with Chia-Fig Pudding for dessert. For supper, you can have Pizza and as a treat, a Bean-Sweet Potato Brownie. Sounds yummy to me.
If you’ve been thinking about moving to a whole food plant-based diet, consider Plant-Based Made Easy: The Complete Practical Guide To Transitioning To Healthy Whole Food Diet. Besides satisfying meals, there’s also nutritional advice, how to get the kids eating plant-based as well as stories from others who have made the change. Plant-Based Made Easy could be your recipe for success.