What Exactly Is Plant-Based Living? 

A plant-based diet is one that centers around plants.  That’s the plain, and simple answer. You can eat any variety of fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes (e.g. beans and lentils), nuts, and seeds while maintaining a plant-based diet. If you lead a plant-based lifestyle, you avoid processed foods as much as possible. You’re technically a vegan, but vegans don’t necessarily steer clear of processed foods. Plant-based eaters do.

This is the first in a series of posts that will dive into the concept of living a plant-based lifestyle. I’m keeping this one short and sweet so you can marinate on what it means without having to worry about too many details.

Just remember — if you’re plant-based, you eat plants. And the majority of the times, those shouldn’t require a package, ingredient list or even a nutrition label, for that matter.

Enjoy your Sunday!

bamadmin said: "There is no differentiation based on individual size, however portions served for dinners/breakfast can be increased. Lunches and snacks are suitable for one person.".
Clay Hewson said: "I was wanting to know if the meal plans would be different based on size. My girlfriend is 155 and I'm 290. I know we shouldn't eat the same amount of food just didn't know if there would be directions based on size.".

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