Let food be thy medicine. Learn how changing your diet from animal-based to plant-based can help eliminate or control diseases like cancer and diabetes, and then put it into practice by following our easy plant-based recipes.
2-Ingredient Crockpot ApplesauceBy Sarah YooContaining no refined or added sugars, this crockpot recipe is about as "whole foods" as it gets. Plus it's about as "hands off" and easy as it gets too.NoEgg-NogBy Desiree KröperNothing says Christmas more than being snuggled up in a blanket next to the fireplace drinking a glass of eggnog—or in this case, an even better than eggnog!Holiday Stuffing and GravyBy Kylee Melo, RDThe average person consumes a whopping 6,000 calories for Christmas dinner. That’s about 2 pounds worth of calories in a single meal. If you’re not keen to gain weight you will pledge to lose a week later, here are a couple of great recipes to try out this Christmas. They still have a terrific flavor, but far fewer calories. These sides are a perfect complement to our Vegan Holiday Turkey Roast. Enjoy!Pumpkin BreadBy Desiree KröperFall is just a good excuse to eat pumpkin bread. Besides the fact that pumpkin is really good for you, and pumpkin bread is a favorite for Thanksgiving dinner! Pancake PuffsBy Desiree KröperI wanted something special for my Mum's birthday breakfast, not the usual. After some internet searching this idea came up. With some healthy touches a breakfast was made—fit for a queen! Dark Chocolate BrowniesBy Desiree KröperDark chocolate brownies just got healthier with this rich and creamy version.Vegan Melted CheeseBy María HummelOne of the characteristics that people miss most about cheese when they stop using it is its texture when it melts. This version of vegetarian cheese has a texture very similar to melted cheese, and therefore is excellent for use in recipes such as Salvadoran pupusas or any other recipe that requires melted cheese.Sofrito BoricuaBy María HummelThe sofrito is one of the most important ingredients of Puerto Rican food, since it is used to make almost all the most important dishes. The wonderful thing about this recipe is that it is very simple, healthy, and also easy to prepare. It can be used to flavor many stews and dishes, including soups and rice.Surprise CookiesBy María HummelBecause these cookies are made without refined flour, they are much healthier than other recipes since they have much more fiber and a good amount of protein. However, since they are sweetened, it is recommended that diabetics consume them in very moderate amounts and as part of a program to eliminate insulin resistance.