- Title: The Plant-Based Diet Made Easy: A Complete Diet With Healthy Recipes for an Easy Vegan Anti-Inflammatory Meal Prep. A Guide for Beginners With 14-Day Meal Plan + Cookbook With 200 Delicious Recipes
- Autor: Jett Baker
- Pages: 245
- Publisher (Publication Date):May 2, 2020
- Language: English
- ASIN: B08817BD5K
- Download File Format: PDF
Are you looking for a natural diet for solving your bad eating habits? Then keep reading…
For a better world, the revolution starts from the table. Yes, eating less meat and more fruit and plant-based food could benefit both human health and the environment.
Although it is difficult to make the whole world converge towards a plant-based diet. Besides, starting to take the first steps towards a more sustainable and environmentally friendly diet would already be a good result that would lead to avoiding the death of 5.1 million of people a year in addition to lowering greenhouse gas emissions from global warming by 29%. The number of lives saved increases for those who follow a plant-based diet with 7.3 million fewer deaths per year and a reduction in emissions of 63% to arrive at 8.1 million victims if we embrace plant diet while, for what concerns the safeguarding of the planet, the gap widens and the advantages would be remarkable given that the decrease of those harmful gases would be 70%.
The benefits of this revolution could be touched as much from the health point of view as from the environmental and economic point of view. Every year we would save important figures, between 700,000,000,000 and 1 trillion dollars for medical expenses and days’ work lost without forgetting that the change of diet would be able to reduce the risk of contracting tumors, cardiovascular diseases, and diseases linked to obesity. So, everyone has his choice.
This book covers the following topics:
Everything About Plant Based Diet
14-Day Meal Plan Ready to Use
200 Delicious and Easy to Prepare Recipes
5 Simple Strategies to Help You Easily Transition to a Plant-Based Diet
Q&A Section With Answers to All Frequently Asked Questions
…And much more!
A plant-based diet is a diet in which ideally 2/3 of the food consumed is vegetable-based. You don’t have to be a vegetarian to enjoy the benefits of a plant-based diet. It is not a question of eliminating products of animal origin, but simply of balancing the content of your meals. While fruits and vegetables occupy a large slice of a plant-based diet, there are many other delicious plant foods to taste, such as beans, fruit, vegetables, nuts, and seeds but also plant alternatives to milk-based products to add variety and help receive the nutrients we need. For optimal health, we recommend a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Regardless of why people are following a plant diet, it is important to understand that this diet has important physiological implications. By eating more plant foods, people are denigrating foods high in sugar and high in bad fats. I do not say that these people ban all products of animal origin but reduce their diet by favoring those of plant origin.
This lifestyle has advantages of reducing cardiovascular diseases, cancers, diseases of the intestine and boost the immune system.
Some people choose a plant diet because of their concerns about the effect of the meat industries on the global environment. Due to the strong demand for meat in developed nations, meat production has evolved from small family farming operations to a wider agri-food system. Critics point to the environmental costs of agribusiness, including the massive uses of water and cereals for animal feed, greenhouse gases such as methane and other waste produced by the animals themselves, and increased land use to support the cattle.