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“Being busy” doesn’t mean your personal nutrition has to go on the back burner (even if you’re a mom!)
A survey of 2,000 American moms found that moms spend an average of 97 hours per week taking care of their children, which is essentially the equivalent of having two full-time jobs.
If that’s not shocking enough, that same survey also found that 62 percent don't always have time to eat a sit-down meal, and 53 percent struggle to eat nutritious foods because of such a hectic schedule.
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Convenience and saving time is one thing, but the additional health benefits can mean so much more for you too.
Because while eating healthy can be hard, living a life with chronic health issues is even harder. Besides, when you adopt a healthier diet, your overall health improves as well!
That's why Whole Harvest is here to take the guesswork out of healthy eating, and make it easy for for you.
When you replace one meal a day with a ready-to-eat plant-based Whole Harvest meal, you’ll reduce your risk of heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes. Plus, you’ll feel great too!
Experts Agree Too
Don’t just take our word for it though, hear what The U.S. Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics says about it too:
The US Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (the world’s largest association of nutrition professionals), is recognizing a plant-based diet as nutritionally appropriate. The academy’s position paper also states that a well-planned vegan diet is in line with current dietary recommendations and is suitable for any stage of life, including pregnancy, lactation, childhood, and adolescence.
But The US Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics isn’t the only one that feels this way. In fact, the Canadian and Australian nutrition authorities both agree too, stating that when compared to an animal foods diet, “in many aspects it is more beneficial to human health.” And also, “Changing your diet could help you live a longer, healthier life, and significantly reduce your risk of falling victim to many of the serious health threats.”
Plus Canada’s newly revised food guide -- provided by the Government of Canada encourages us to eat more plant-based foods as well.
This all has been a controversial topic for a long time, especially when you compare a plant-based diet to an animal one...
Animal Protein vs. Plant Based?
Dr. James Loomis points out in The Game Changers, “All that protein that you get when you eat a steak or a hamburger, where did it come from? It came from the plants that the cow ate.”
The animal foods industry recognized over a century ago that their products, (such as meat, eggs, and dairy) contain more of certain nutrients, including:
And less of others, like:
- vitamin C
- And a lot more
"The Idea" vs. The Truth
Since the animal foods industry has done this, these massive food conglomerates have spent literally billions of dollars successfully selling the public “this idea” that their products are the best and only reliable source of protein, iron, and calcium, you can get.
Therefore, reminding us over & over again that the very building blocks of our bodies — muscles, blood, and bones — are made from them (read: animal products).
At the same time though, these animal food conglomerates have also convinced the population that plant-based foods are low in, or deficient of, these “building block” nutrients, with plants, merely playing a supporting role: fiber to help keep us “regular,” with a few vitamins and minerals thrown in for good measure.
Just consider milk for example:
A review of several cohort studies found that dairy consumption can increase the risk of prostate cancer (the most common cancer in men) by 3-9%. Meanwhile, a different analysis, consisting of over 500,000 women, found that women consuming 750g or more milk per day had a higher risk of ovarian cancer than women with low milk consumption (250 g of milk per day or less).
This carcinogenic potential is even supported by another recent study involving more than 52,000 women. The results show that women who consume 60-80 ml (about half a cup) of cow’s milk per day had a 30% higher risk of developing breast cancer.
However, there are also studies that prove the same thing -- not just for milk -- but for meat also.
Because the same study just mentioned also showed that, compared to meat-eaters, the risk of developing cardiovascular disease was 24% lower in long-term vegetarians and as much as 57% lower in long-term vegans.
Not only that, the risk of dying from cardiovascular diseases also rose with increasing consumption of meat, cheese, eggs, and animal-based fats. It was also proven that the participants who didn't eat meat had a 20% lower mortality rate than the meat-eaters.
That's why going plant-based is a very healthy option, and many authorities are now proving it too.
Even if you’re not looking for health benefits though, and you just want something quick that gives you fuel for the tank, going plant-based has also been proven to be the superior option.
Fuel for High-Performance
A recent review published by Nutrients (a peer-reviewed journal for human nutrition), proves over six performance & cardiovascular benefits of adopting a plant-based diet:
- Plaque, blood pressure and cholesterol: In one study, 44 per cent of endurance cyclists and runners had coronary plaques. It was shown that adopting a plant-based diet keeps athletes’ hearts strong by reversing plaque, bringing down blood pressure and cholesterol, and reducing weight.
- Inflammation: Meat consumption and high cholesterol levels exacerbate inflammation, which can result in pain and impair athletic performance and recovery. Studies show that a plant-based diet may have an anti-inflammatory effect. Meanwhile, a western diet high in processed carbs & meats elicits an inflammatory response.
- Oxygen transportation: A plant-based diet, which is low in saturated fat and free of cholesterol, helps improve blood viscosity or thickness. This improves oxygen transportation from lungs to blood to tissues via blood vessels. The more oxygen extracted from the lungs, the more oxygen delivered to the site of muscle tissues, the more oxygen available to be used by muscles. This is a critical factor in endurance performance because the more effectively oxygen can be transported, the more efficient the aerobic system becomes.
- Blood vessels: Plant-based diets improve arterial flexibility and diameter, leading to better blood flow. One study found that even a single high-fat meal, including sausage and egg McMuffins, impaired arterial function for up to several hours. Therefore, as stated in point number three, oxygenated blood transportation is greater improved.
- Antioxidants and muscle fatigue: Plant-based diets are a rich source of antioxidants. Compared with meat-eaters, people eating a plant-based diet get more antioxidants, which help neutralize free radicals. This is important because free radicals lead to muscle fatigue, reduced athletic performance, and impaired recovery.
- The link between body fat and VO2 max: Plant-based diets, which are typically low in fat and high in fibre, can reduce body fat. Reduced body fat is associated with increased aerobic capacity—or the ability to use oxygen to fuel exercise. Studies also show that athletes on a plant-based diet increase their VO2 max—the maximum amount of oxygen they can use during intense exercise—leading to better endurance.
But even if saving time, preventing disease or illness, staying healthy, or fueling exercise isn’t a priority for you, there’s still so much more you can gain…
Because Whole Harvest can also help you maintain a healthier body composition & aid in weight loss
That’s why experts are also proving now that a vegan diet can help you maintain a lower body mass index.
An evaluation of the EPIC-Oxford study (European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition), involving almost 38,000 participants, showed that the BMI (body mass index) of vegans is significantly lower than that of meat eaters. This is also confirmed by the results of the Adventist Health Study, which included over 22,000 men and 38,000 women. In this study, the average BMI of vegans was 23.6 kg/m², which is within the range for normal weight, whereas the average BMI of people following a conventional diet was 28.8 kg/m², which puts people into the “overweight” category.
Therefore, a shift to plant-based eating can also be used to treat those who are overweight or obese.
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