What is a whole foods plant-based way of eating?
For the purposes of this site, a whole foods plant-based way of eating will be defined as a mostly unprocessed diet, using whole foods like fruits, vegetables, grains, beans and legumes. These items are the ones in the store that generally do not have an ingredients list because they contain just one item, and may or may not even come in a package as in the case of dried beans from the bulk section. The definition can vary from there, but I personally prefer to do all my cooking at home, and in the process use very little to no oil as well as little to no salt. Also, recently I've been cutting out processed sugar and only using whole fruits, for the added kick of sweetness if needed.
To those who are unfamilar, it may sound a little weird and extreme, but it is much easier than it sounds and completely delicious! Please look around the site and let me know what you think! If there is a resource you have personally benefited from that could be a useful addition to the site, please visit me on the contact page and send me message!
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Disclaimer: This website is not intended to be used as medical advice. It is simply a collection of information that has been useful to myself and others. Please consult your physician with any medical or health concerns you may have.