I would like to invite you to come and learn more about the accessible and realistic lifestyle of living and thriving on a plant-based diet. We will cover topics of nutrition as well as environmental sustainability and Mother Earth-human connection. I will also be providing some easy vegan/vegetarian recipes and links that are of use when choosing a plant-based diet. Whether you already eat a plant-based diet, are aspiring to, are curious, or just want to go vegetarian/vegan one day a week, come learn the essentials in making this habit a reality. I’m going to fit as much as I can into our 2 hours together.
We will be going through the basics of nutritional health when eating a plant-based diet, including protein, mineral and vitamin rich herbs, as well as good ‘ole food sources that are accessible and essential.
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In a fast-moving world dominated by corporate agriculture and media influence everywhere you look, it is hard to know what is being fed to us and what are truly our nutritional/environmental needs. Is raising and eating animals sustainable on the world’s current scale? I will attempt to clear up these questions as best I can and to provide you with the education necessary to make your own knowledge-based decision. Here are a few examples of the environmental impacts of consuming a conventional meat-based diet, as well as statistics.
In the end, this topic matter ties into our unique, beautiful, connected selves. Any lifestyle choice we make truly is a spiritual journey of self-reflection, discipline, dedication, inspiration, healing and the like. Wherever you stand in the environmental situation and your personal diet choices I encourage you, most of all, to follow your intuition and heal thy self knowing that you are not separate from everything else!
“Nothing will benefit human health and increase chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet.” Albert Einstein
“Whatever my own practice may be, I have no doubt that it is a part of the destiny of the human race, in its gradual improvement, to leave off eating animals, as surely as the savage tribes have left off eating each other when they came in contact with the more civilized.” Henry David Thoreau – American author, naturalist (1812-1862)
“If a man earnestly seeks a righteous life, his first act of abstinence is from animal food.” Count Leo Tolstoy – Russian novelist & philosopher, (1829-1910)
CSCH does not endorse any particular diet as the way all people should eat.
The information contained in this article is not a substitute for the medical care of a licensed healthcare professional, any health concerns should be discussed with your primary care provider.