In episode 001, our very first episode, we will explore plant-forward nutrition. You will learn:

  • What the plant-forward diet is and how it is different from other plant-based diets
  • What types of foods you eat on a plant-forward diet
  • The health, environmental and lifestyle benefits of plant-forward nutrition
  • And, you will leave this episode with a practical actionable tip for starting the plant-forward diet today!

Note: the content from this podcast is not medical nutrition therapy. It is for educational and informational purposes only. It is not a substitute or replacement for medical care. If you are seeking individualized nutrition care, contact a dietitian or physician in your area.

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Learn more about Plant-Forward nutrition in this article

What is the plant-forward diet?

The plant forward diet is a style of eating that emphasizes plant-based foods like vegetables and fruits, plant-based proteins, whole grains, nuts and seeds, herbs and spices and plant oils without necessarily eliminating animal products. 

How does plant-forward differ from other plant-based diets?

All plant-based diets, plant-forward included, are made up of primarily plant-based foods. Plant-forward differs from other plant-based diets because it allows for meat in small quantities relative to plants. 

What do you eat on the plant-forward diet?

You guessed it! A lot of plants and moderate amounts of animal products. Here are some examples to get your mouth watering!

  • Vegetables and fruit
  • Plant-based proteins
  • Wholesome grains
  • Plant-based fats
diagram depicting the plant forward diet which is lots of plant and less meat

Why would I want to follow a plant-forward diet?

  • Reason 1: to improve your overall health
  • Reason 2: to reduce your carbon footprint
  • Reason 3: you can’t and/or don’t want to be 100% plant-based 

What you can do today to start a plant-forward diet: the swap + add method

When looking at a meal, ask yourself, what can I add to this meal to make it more plant-based? What can I swap out of this meal to make it more plant-based?

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