“What can I eat with a full plant-based diet ?!”
Whether you are new to the world of 100% plant-based eating or a seasoned vegan looking for more variety, it is natural to wonder about your options.
Carrots and broccoli are a given.
But what about plant-based and vegan meat products? Is it worth trying?
Also, plant-loving people have been warned that getting enough protein for a plant-based diet is difficult or that they need to be extra careful to avoid deficiencies. Understandably, they want to make sure they meet their needs.
So often our customers want to know things like:
- Is Peanut Butter a Decent Source of Protein?
- How Often Should I Eat Soy?
- What healthy fats should I incorporate since I don’t eat fish?
- Can you eat pasta (Please say yes.)
Questions like these are why we created this easy-to-use, visual grocery list for fully plant-based and vegan eaters.
It is designed to help you make decisions that suit your needs, whether you have been living entirely plant-based for years or are a complete newbie.
Fair warning: we are not going to give you an official, fully plant-based food list that is divided into “approved” and “prohibited” categories.
This often leads to frustration and deprivation. And it rarely helps people find an approach to sustain.
Instead, we will show you how to think about plant foods on a spectrum from “eat more” to “eat something” to “eat less”.
Use this continuum to help you make decisions that are “just a little bit better” whether you’re browsing the aisles of the grocery store, cooking a homemade meal, or ordering from a menu.
As a bonus, we’ve made space available to create your personal plant-based food continuum. That way, you can create a delicious menu of healthy options that are right for YOU.
(And if you want one FREE full herbal nutrition plan That instantly gives you the amounts of calories, protein, carbohydrates, and fat you need to reach your goals Precision Food Calculator.)
Download this infographic for your tablet or printer and decide step by step which foods suit your (or your customers’ goals).
If you are or want to be a trainer …
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If you want to learn more about both of them, consider these Precision Nutrition Level 1 certification. The next group will start shortly.