Power of Plants
Why Eat More Plants?
Increase the number of plant-based meals in your diet and improve both physical and mental health. You’ll reduce saturated fat and cholesterol consumption, and increase your intake of vitamins A, C & E, dietary fiber, folic acid, potassium, magnesium, tryptophan, and phytochemicals (such as carotenoids and flavonoids).
We’ll keep going: eat more plants for lower blood pressure and cholesterol, more stable blood sugar levels, reduced risk of diabetes and many other chronic diseases, increased protection against cancer-causing free radicals, a stronger metabolism, and a happier and longer life!
Heal Your Body, Heal the Planet
Factory farms in the US produce over 300 million tons of waste every year, and animal agriculture is responsible for 18% of greenhouse gas emissions. It should be no surprise then, that eating more plant-based meals is the easiest way to shrink your carbon footprint.
Swap in one (or more!) plant-based meals each day to reduce your carbon emissions, use less of the world’s water supplies, help more crops reach the people who need them most, slow climate change, and improve your own health.
Heal your body, heal the planet, and eat with ease of mind.