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Join Millions of People who are Reshaping their Health and the Planet with a Plant-Based Diet.

“Probably the single biggest way to do a favor to your health and reduce your impact on the planet.”Professor Joseph Poore, Oxford University, Published in Journal of Science
Specific nutritional needs may vary from one person to another. However, plant-based diet is one foundational basis recommended by Nobel Prize winner scientists, environmental experts, and anyone who did the math of its benefits for society.
75% of Global Farmland
That’s the equivalent of the surface of the US, China, Australia and the European Union combined. Plant-Based diet can help redirect this land to produce more nutrients and calories to feed more people sustainably.
1 Trillion Dollars
That’s the equivalent of 30% of the US Healthcare Spendings in 2018. It’s also the amount in annual healthcare costs and lost productivity that could be saved if society transitions to the a plant-based diet.
90% - 73% - 60%
Impact of plant-based diet: reducing your water footprint by 90%, your carbon footrpint from food by 73%, and your contribution to farm-related greenhouse gas emissions by 60%. Also, this would help stop mass wildlife extension.
Nobel Prize Winner and author of the Telomere Effect, Dr. Elizabeth H. Blackburn states that a plant-based diet is able to slow down cellular aging and beat heart-disease, diabetes, strokes, and Alzheimer’s.Elizabeth H. Blackburn – Facts. Nobel Media AB 2018. Thu. 13 Dec 2018
“Plant-based diet is the only diet able to slow down cellular aging and beat heart-disease, diabetes, strokes, and Alzheimer”
Elizabeth H. Blackburn – Facts. Nobel Media AB 2018. Thu. 13 Dec 2018
Nobel Prize Winner in Physiology and Medicine 2009Dr. Elizabeth H. Blackburn
Let’s Address the Elephants in the Room: Protein, Carbs, IronIf you happen to switch to a plant-based diet, it’s very likely your friends will suddenly start worrying about these three. We prepared some quick answers for you.
ProteinStart with: “That’s so 70s” and then bring the facts…
  1. National Diet and Nutrition Survey found that we typically eat 75-100 grams of protein while we only need 50-60 grams for the average person.
  2. In adults, high intakes of animal based protein have been linked to a variety of chronic illnesses. While scientists have been knowing this for decades, the last 5 years have been pivotal in accumalting all the necessary evidence showing why this is the case.
  3. By eating a variety of fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, and seeds, you will have enough amino-acids and protein . The theory that animal protein has better quality than plant protein has been debunked in 1972.
  4. Finally, you can bring casually that Venus Williams, Tom Brady and Leo Messi are doing just fine with their plant-based protein.
CarbsStart with: “Let me break this down” while biting a sourdough bread…
  1. When we talk about Carbs, it’s important to separate sugar from fiber. While processed carbs are depleted from fiber and high in sugar, high quality unprocessed grains, fruits, and vegetables provide necessary dietary fiber that are critical for our microbiome and overall health.
  2. While there is no shortage of protein consumption, more than 80% of people in the US don’t meet their daily fiber requirements.
  3. Eating plant-based is not enough. It has to be balanced, nutrient-rich, and nutriionally-diverse diet. Hence, a low carb diet has proven to be efficient for short-term weight loss but according to the China Study (the longest nutrition study to date), diets like keto, atkins or dukan have negative long-term impact on health.
  4. Regarding gluten, there is no scientific evidence that cutting it is good for you. In fact, unless you are celiac or have a clear gluten allergy, eating gluten free substitutes will depriving your gut from prebiotic fiber.
IronStart with: “You are actually right but…” and look amused by nature…
  1. Although heme iron, found in animal products, is absorbed at a higher rate than non-heme iron, found in plant-based and fortified foods, absorption of non-heme iron can be increased by pairing plant-based protein sources with foods high in vitamic C (which we do in all our meals).
  2. Randomized Controlled Trial studies suggest that excess iron is pro-oxidative (means it plays the role of an oxidant - not good) and may increase colorectal cancer risk and reduce insulin sensitivity.
  3. Sprouting and activating grains, seeds, and beans get rid of phytic acid and makes plant-based iron more readily available. (We take care of this activation process for every ingredient).
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