Introduction

Today you will learn about a plant-based diet, including health benefits, what to eat and what to not.

What is a Plant-Based Diet?

A plant-based diet does not contain animal products. It is usually made up of fruits and vegetables.

It provides lots of Health Condition

Adopting a plant-based diet can provide you with many health benefits; it can reduce symptoms of chronic diseases.

Heart Disease

Today you will learn about a plant-based diet, including health benefits, eating foods.

Cancer

According to a study, people who follow a plant-based diet had a 22% lower risk of developing colorectal cancer than non-vegetarians.

Diabetes

According to another study, plant-based diets provide a nearly 50% reduction in the risk of type 2 diabetes compared to non-vegetarian diets.

Cognitive Decline

A plant-based diet helps in preventing cognitive decline in older adults. Eating more fruits and vegetables can reduce the 20% risk of developing cognitive impairment.

Foods to Eat

Berries, citrus fruits, pears, Kale, spinach, tomatoes, Potatoes, sweet potatoes, Avocados, lentils, peanuts, black beans, etc.

Foods to Avoid

French fries, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, chicken nuggets, Chips, crackers, cereal bars, Bacon, lunch meats, sausage, beef jerky, etc.