Dietary patterns should deliver you low calories and high nutrients. When creating grocery lists pay special attention to food quality. In other words, consume foods that provide you with maximal health benefits.
Of the 3 major categories of foods: plant-based, animal-based, and processed we should actively pursue plant-based options and eliminate or reduce any dependency on processed food if we want the best chance for long-term health.
It's not surprising that our food choices largely determine whether we are healthy well into old age or suffer from a stroke or heart attack. Did you know that 1 in 2 men by the age of 50 will suffer from a cardiac event?
It is our passion to teach people how they can thrive on dietary patterns rich in plant-based nutrients: vegetables, greens, beans, peas, fruits, whole grains, seeds, nuts, mushrooms, herbs, spices, and water.
Consider food substitutions: Instead of processed carbohydrates, white rice, pasta, or bread, choose 100% whole grains. Instead of animal-based saturated fat and cholesterol, choose lean plant-based proteins; beans, tempeh, or tofu. Instead of cow's milk choose a soy milk alternative.