What I Eat In A Day As A Plant-Based Dietitian
Updated: Nov 10, 2020
Nothing in this world, and I mean NOTHING, gets me going like empowering other women through nutrition education. And my favorite topic of all to drive home goes a little like this:
YOU CAN EAT AS MUCH AS YOU WANT TO EAT, AND MAINTAIN YOUR IDEAL BODY.
Sure, there's a caveat here and there.
In order for this to remain true, you have to consume - by large majority - foods of a certain quality (that is minimally refined, whole-foods). And your "ideal body" has got to fall within reasonable expectations of what a natural human physique was intended to look like (trim, and somewhat toned). But even so, this declaration is mind-boggling to most people living, breathing, and eating in today's society.
And better yet, that lifestyle effortlessly keeping you slender, strong and confident doesn't have to involve dinner-salads, protein powders, appetite suppressants, skinny-me teas, juice cleanses, water fasts or carb-cutting.
In fact - it should look quite the opposite.
For all you low-carber's out there suffering in whole-30-flavored silence, let me offer you an escape route here. Not that you need one, because battling our innate biological drive to gorge on carbohydrates is a total breeze and everything. For sure for sure. But just in case.
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