You don’t need to buy fancy vegan ingredients to start cooking healthy whole food, plant-based meals. You just need to uncover the secret. And that’s the power of fresh fruits and vegetables. Do you know that the country’s health protection agency, the CDC, has a list of fruits and vegetables described as powerhouse? (Not ‘superfood’ — that’s just for a gimmicky catchphrase.)These powerhouse fruits and vegetables are naturally “nutrient-dense” providing 10 to 100 percent of your daily requirements of beneficial nutrients, like, potassium, fiber, protein, calcium, iron, vitamins A, B6, B12, C, D, E and K and many more. (
But okay, we get it. You didn’t grow up in the kitchen. Or you’re too busy and don’t have time to cook. Or you don’t cook at all! But if you’re determined to transition to the optimal diet that will transform your health despite living with type 2 diabetes or whatever kind of diabetes you have. . . it’s about time. But don’t fret. You can take it easy. The team promises you’re going to love these easy plant-based recipes they have prepared for you.
5 Easy Plant-based Recipes You Should Try:
— Layered Salad with Black Beans and Mango-Cucumber Salsa
— Landlocked Ceviche
— Squash, Sweet Potato, and Corn Chowder
— Ridiculously Easy Curried Chickpeas and Quinoa
— Super Cheap, Super Quick Indian Dahl
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Watch and Enjoy!
Cyrus & Robby
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