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Plant Based Nutrition Movement Oct 15
Great interview of Drs Kim Williams & Caldwell Esselstyn, both pillars in the medical community extolling the benefits of a plant based diet for health & prevention, often even reversal of chronic disease as a whole WFPB EatPlants
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Plant Based Nutrition Movement 18m
The documentary FORKS OVER KNIVES ( …) gets DOCTORS who watch to learn they can heal both themselves AND their patients. It's not about mopping the wet floor...it's about turning off the faucet!
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Plant Based Nutrition Movement 11h
Probably the greatest "health hack" anyone can do is to learn how to grow and prepare their own food...fruit, veggies, grains, legumes. For those of us not intuitive gardeners, Square Foot Gardening his here to help!!
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Plant Based Nutrition Movement Oct 14
Love this! Your FOCUS becomes your FUTURE. HEAL, not DIE!
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Plant Based Nutrition Movement 19h
Instead of thinking about what NOT to eat...focus on exploring all the wonderful things you CAN eat for great health! WFPB
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Plant Based Nutrition Movement 9h
It's hard not to indulge but eat wisely. Just one fatty meal increases your chance of a cardiac event.
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Plant Based Nutrition Movement 23h
Great article on what happens to your body when you convert to a Whole Food Plant Based way of eating...
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Plant Based Nutrition Movement Oct 17
Success is progress not perfection. Can't fully give up meat? Slowly reduce. Every meatless / dairyless / eggless meal is progress. Eat fewer burgers and more beans. You can do this! The greater the change, the greater the health benefit
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Plant Based Nutrition Movement 5h
Looking for ways to connect with like minded Whole Food Plant Based folks in the Chicagoland area...or just feeling a bit "plant curious" and want to learn more? Visit and click the GET INVOLVED button! We'd love to connect!
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Plant Based Nutrition Movement Oct 15
Here's an interesting article about the link between an acid environment in the body and cancer. Plants have the power to create a more alkaline environment in the body.
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Plant Based Lorna Oct 16
Cutting carbs brings a lot of health risks...well carbs from Whole Plant Foods, that is. Cut the PROCESSED carbs...smh.com.au/lifestyle/heal
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Plant Based Lorna Oct 15
Tip #1 for eating plant based: always remember your reason for doing so. When you're tempted to eat something you shouldn't remember ....
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Plant Based Nutrition Movement Oct 18
The Chicagoland Plant Based Nutrition Movement is focused on providing tools to help you live as healthy as possible for as long as possible. Our resources page will help.
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Plant Based Nutrition Movement Oct 11
According to this study, if everyone were to give up meat, one-third of early deaths could be prevented
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Plant Based Nutrition Movement Oct 13
Vibrant colors represent the wide array of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, phytonutrients, macronutrients...essential for a well balanced diet designed to fuel our health.
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Plant Based Nutrition Movement Oct 16
Hey CHICAGOLAND! Our Plant Based Nutrition Movement is working on a Plant Pure Jumpstart in the western suburbs. Check out … to learn more! Stay tuned!!!!
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Plant Based Nutrition Movement 3h
That bacon and sausage may well be tantalizing, but, wonder how many have said "I'd die for another slice of bacon" only to find how prophetic those words turned out to be!
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Plant Based Nutrition Movement Oct 12
Learn more at We're here to help!!! 9
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Plant Based Nutrition Movement Oct 12
Plants promoting health is not "new news." The ancients knew the healing power of plants. Herbs were used in antiquity, and many of today's "medical miracles" are rooted in plants and herbs from the tropical rain forest. WFPB
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Plant Based Nutrition Movement Oct 14
Wait... Isn't olive oil a healthy fat? When compared to butter- yes. When compared to not adding oil-no. Read on.
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