- Title: The Plant-Forward Solution: Reboot Your Diet, Lose Weight & Build Lifelong Health by Eating More Plants & Le ss Meat
- Author: Charlotte Martin
- Pages: 352
- Publisher (Publication Date): Victory Belt Publishing (November 30, 2021)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10, ISBN-13 or ASIN: 1628604344
- Download File Format:EPUB
In her new book, The Plant-Forward Solution, Registered Dietitian Charlotte Martin shows you how to make plants the center of your diet while still having the flexibility to incorporate healthy portions of your favorite animal proteins (i.e., meat, poultry, and seafood) whenever the craving strikes! The Plant-Forward Solution provides a wealth of easy-to-digest scientific evidence showing the power of plants for weight and blood sugar control, gut health, heart health, longevity, and more and explains how to make a mostly (but not entirely) plant-based diet a sustainable, lifelong dietary model. Charlotte also teaches you how to effortlessly reboot your diet in just four weeks without feeling deprived. After completing the reset, you will be fully adapted to a plant-forward lifestyle that will fuel your gut microbiome and will help you lose weight, increase energy, and achieve better physical and emotional health with proven long-term results. The Plant-Forward Solution contains more than 70 recipes to meet an array of dietary needs. Many recipes offer options for gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, and more. Also included is a comprehensive 28-day meal plan with shopping lists, tips and tricks on how to boost your creativity in the kitchen, and more! Sample recipes include: Peaches & Cream Quinoa Porridge Portobello Pitas Spicy Roll “Sushi” Bowl Rainbow Soba Salad Butternut Squash-Three Bean Chipotle Chili Glowing Green Soup Fully Loaded Plantain Nachos Sweet Potato Tahini Brownies Chickpea Hazelnut-ella Whether you are new to plant-forward eating or a lifelong follower, The Plant-Forward Solution will help you achieve health and happiness through a plant-centric diet that brings just the right amount of meat, poultry, and seafood to make it easy to sustain.