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Weigh Loss Meal Plan: A Healthy Approach for weight loss
Of the many ways to lose weight, one stands out as by far the most healthful. Forget fad diets or magic pills or powders. When you build your meals from a generous array of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and beans-that is, healthy vegetarian choices-weight loss is surprisingly easy. Along with weight loss will come major improvements in cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar, and many other aspects of health.
Our WFPB meal plan is simple: Cut out foods high in fat and low in fiber and increase foods low in fat and full of fiber. Choose foods from plant sources. Avoid all animal products and keep vegetable oils to a bare minimum. This low-fat whole food plant based approach is safe-and remarkably effective.
Energy Boost Plan: Boost your energy and Strengthen your Immune Function
Our bodies must constantly defend themselves against microorganisms, cancer cells, viruses, and toxins. In battling these invaders, our immune systems ward off everything from the common cold to premature aging and serious illnesses. White blood cells, the major infection-fighting cells of the body, are able to engulf and destroy abnormal cells and foreign organisms. But these hard-working cells need help. Good eating habits can strengthen these immune defenses, while unhealthy foods can weaken them.
Our WFPB meal plans can not only boost your energy but also improve your immune system.
Blood Sugar Balance Meal Plan: For type 2 and gestational diabetes
Recent studies suggest that low-fat, plant-based diets may be more effective for both glycemic control and reduction of cardiovascular risk factors, particularly plasma cholesterol. Among those whose diabetes medications remained stable throughout the 22-week trial, the drop in A1c was considerably greater with a low-fat, vegan diet, compared to a diet following American Diabetes Association guidelines.
Our low-fat WFPB meal plan can influences nutrient intake and body composition in several ways that may, in turn, affect insulin sensitivity
Healthy Heart Meal Plan: For High Cholesterol, Hypertension and Coronary Heart Disease
The Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) study showed that diets rich in fruits and vegetables and reduced in saturated fat can lower both the risk for high blood pressure and assist with blood pressure control in hypertensive persons. Whole food plant based diet can reduce blood pressure in both normotensive and hypertensive individuals, and have the potential to reduce or eliminate medication use in some patients.
Our WFPB meal plans will have lower saturated fat and cholesterol intakes; greater amounts of potassium, folate, vitamin C, and flavonoids; and a greater presence of L-arginine, an amino acid involved in production of nitric oxide, an important vasodilator.