Cooking with plants is a lifestyle that can be enjoyed full or part-time. Even adding two or three plant-based meals to your diet every week can have significant health benefits.
A recent study published in the Journal of The American Heart Association revealed that swapping one or two servings of animal protein for plant protein could lead to a reduction in three main cholesterol markers for cardiovascular disease.
Another study suggests that eating only one cup of leafy greens a day could slow the rate of memory decline in older adults.
Today's podcast is devoted to getting back to the basics of cooking with plants. It doesn't have to be complicated. The methods of cooking that we discuss today provide maximum nutrition and satiate without a lot of time or energy. The kind of nutrition that makes you want to run up a mountain and not take a nap.
So please join me today and learn how to create delicious nutritious one-pot meals and easy steps to building a vegan burger.
You can find today's recipes, One Pot Vegan Chickpea Cauliflower & Sweet Potato Stew & Vegan Black Bean Burger here.
I hope you enjoyed today's podcast. My number one goal is to keep you as healthy as possible.
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Health and wellness are not merely about diet and exercise, but also about limiting our exposure to toxic chemicals.
For the past two decades, toxic chemicals have been added to everything from make-up, household cleaning supplies, clothing, pots, pans, building materials, mattresses, and even perfume. And scientific studies are now showing us that chemicals found in a wide array of household goods are more toxic than we thought.
Today's podcast is devoted to unveiling the most common toxic chemicals that could unknowingly be harming your health and how to avoid them.
We will also discuss chemical toxicants that can induce autoimmune disease and the potential for environmental substances to worsen an autoimmune condition.
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