“What can I actually eat on a plant-based or vegetarian diet?”
It is natural to be curious about your options.
Carrots and broccoli are given. So are all plant-based foods “suitable” to eat?
Often times our customers want to know about things like:
- Is peanut butter a good source of protein?
- How often should I eat soy products?
- How do I get enough omega 3 oil since I don’t eat fish?
- Are plant-based hamburgers suitable?
- Can I eat pasta on a plant-based diet? (Please say yes…?)
Also, it can be difficult to determine which plant-based foods fit into which macronutrient categories.
Have a chickpea, lentil, and veggie burger. Mostly protein? Carbohydrates? Fat? (HELP!)
Questions like these are why we created this useful, visual menu for plant-based and vegetarian eaters.
Fair warning: We will not tell you that certain foods are “good” and “bad” or that there is a “right” way to eat.
This is not our style. But we intention It shows you how to think about foods, from “eating more” to “eating a little” to “eating less.”
This approach supports one of the most important philosophies of our nutrition coaching method: Progress is not perfection.
Use our continuity to make “slightly better” choices while strolling down the grocery aisles, cooking a homemade meal or ordering from a menu.
Also learn how to:
- Add a mix of plant-based proteins, vegetables, carbohydrates, and fats.
- Strategically improve your food choices – depending on what you’re eating right now – to feel, move, and look better.
- Customize your intake for your personal lifestyle, goals, and (of course) taste buds.
As a bonus, we’ve provided the space for you to create your own personal plant-based food stall. That way, you can create a delicious menu of healthy foods that are right for you – no questions asked.
(If you want a personalized FREE plant-based nutrition plan for your body, goals and lifestyle, Precise Nutrition Calculator.)
Download this infographic for your tablet or printer and use a step-by-step process to decide which foods are right for you (or your customers) goals.
If you are a coach or want to be …
Learning how to coach clients, patients, friends, or family members through healthy diet and lifestyle changes – in a personalized way for their unique body, preferences, and condition – is both art and science.
If you want to know more about both, Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certificate. The next group will start shortly.