Simply put, plant-based nutrition refers to eating food that originates from plant sources and is close to original form as possible
A whole food, plant-based diet is filled with vegetables of all colors, fruits, whole grains, nuts, seeds and legumes. We also recommend avoiding added oil, added sugar, and foods derived from animals like dairy and meat.
It is absolutely delicious with massive variety of choices from cuisines all around the world. Unlike popular diets you may have heard about in the news, plant-based nutrition is not a fad or a “diet,” It is a sustainable way of eating that doesn’t require calorie counting or restricting how much you eat.
Sometimes, plant-based nutrition is referred to as being “vegan,” however this is not accurate. Many vegan foods cannot be considered plant-based because they have been highly processed and are generally not good for your health.
An unhealthy diet is the #1 cause of chronic disease.
A whole food, plant-based lifestyle can change your health by preventing and reversing many lifestyle diseases, including heart disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity, stroke and autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis. You can also lose weight in a healthy and lasting way.
Columbus Prevent and Reverse advocates a whole food, plant-based approach to nutrition because it has been found to be the healthiest and most protective against chronic disease, including heart disease and cancer. This claim is supported by a wealth of literature and research, led by some of the world’s most renowned physicians and researchers.
Your Power Plate
A whole food, plant-based way of eating can be seen as difficult to maintain. Some people may be hesitant to adopt it because they do not understand it fully. We demystify this approach for our patients, showing them how they can integrate this diet into their lives without feeling like they’re missing out. It’s so much more than salad! It’s food that is delicious to even the pickiest eater in your life.