This year, Greens Restaurant teamed up with Bay Area chefs to celebrate 40 years of veg-heavy dishes. Clean Eating spoke with five of them about the reasons you should consider going green.
Whether you want to take incremental steps, such as choosing one day a week to shun animal ingredients, or if in the end you only intend on eating plant-based part of the time, it’s up to you. Every change you make brings you one step closer to improving your health with the undeniable healing properties of plant-based foods.
Today’s plant-based lifestyle is chock full of satiating healthy fats, fiber-filled and flavorful seasonal veggies, delectable sauces, comfort food replacements, nut cheeses, alternatives to bacon, burgers, and much, much more. Your favorites are all on the menu too, including this taco-inspired creation.
Plant-forward eating can be done to any degree and still be beneficial. Whether you want to be part-time plant-based or 100%, plant-based chef and functional food expert Amy Symington will guide you through everything you need to know about going plant-based healthfully in this highly-anticipated new Clean Eating Academy course.
Inflammation. It’s a word you’ve likely heard recently and, while you may not completely understand its context when it comes to your body, you probably recognize that it carries with it some serious health implications. However, shifting to a plant-based diet won’t just be the most delicious choice you ever make – in the long run, it could help save your life. Here's how.
Whether you are vegan, vegetarian, flexitarian or just trying to incorporate more of the good stuff into your diet, you don't have to miss out on those meaty-type dishes a on a plant-based diet. We show you how to enjoy traditionally meaty mains without all the meat.