THE PLANT-BASED DIET MEAL PLAN BY HEATHER NICHOLDS,CHN

A 3-Week Kick-Start Guide to Eat & Live Your Best

With a 3-week meal plan that you can stick to, The Plant Based Diet Meal Plan makes it easier than ever to start―and enjoy―a plant based diet.

The plant-based diet has been praised by leading medical authorities such as Dr. Sanjay Gupta as a healthy and humane diet, but no matter how beneficial it is―if it’s not easy, you won’t stick to it. Heather Nicholds knows this firsthand. Prior to her training in holistic nutrition, Heather was a devoted omnivore who found the idea of abandoning her comfort foods for a plant based diet a bit daunting. In The Plant Based Diet Meal Plan, Heather combines her proficiency in whole-food nutrition with her love of exciting food to deliver everything you need to enjoy the taste and benefits of a plant-based diet.

In The Plant Based Diet Meal Plan you’ll find:

  • A 3-Week Plant Based Diet Meal Plan that includes weekly shopping lists and plant-based diet menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • A Plant Based Diet Overview that addresses specific health concerns, offers guidance for losing weight without feeling deprived, and reviews the top 10 plant-based superfoods
  • More Than 100 Plant Based Diet Recipes from smoothies and salads to mains and desserts, plus key macronutrient information
  • Tips for Stocking Your Kitchen with the essentials for your new plant-based diet

Set aside your concerns about not knowing what to eat or feeling unsatisfied on your plant-based diet. With The Plant Based Diet Meal Plan you’ll enjoy delicious, simple plant-based diet meals that you’ll want to eat time and again.

I have never been so happy to see something in my inbox! As a plant-based eater I have been through a ton of Vegan, Plant-Based, and even Vegetarian Cookbooks. With the Thug Kitchen 101, which I love, this book is going front and center in my kitchen!

It’s divided into 3 parts, simple language, a primer, meal plans, and recipes with blank meal plan templates and shopping templates. Nothing could be any easier than this.

So, what makes this any different from the thousands of other books out there? For one, there is no Soy. No Tofu. The ingredients for every recipe are simple and few. I am already making a list of everyone who needs this book in their life and sending it to them!

Thank you to Heather, you have made our year here at the Pirate Nation!!

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Rockridge Press (February 13, 2018)

Heather Nicholds is a Certified Holistic Nutritionist dedicated to helping you get all the nutrients and energy you need from plant foods. She helps vegans (or veg-curious) nourish their bodies through easy, wholesome, and delicious plant-based meals.

She has spoken at BlogHer Food and Toronto VegFest. Her work has been featured on Shape, One Green Planet, Huffington Post, and Greatist. She’s also a runner, environmentalist, Canadian, figure skater, small airplane pilot, and mango aficionado.

Heather Nicholds

 

11 thoughts on “THE PLANT-BASED DIET MEAL PLAN BY HEATHER NICHOLDS,CHN

  1. We need to start eating more plants. Sunshine & I both have b.p. & cholesterol issues. Instead of being depressed about it, I’m going to follow this logic.
    Chocolate is a bean. It grows on a bush. A bush is a leafy plant. Ergo, chocolate is salad.
    I might try and see if our library has this or some otber books to help

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    1. Except for OU Boy, all of my kids and their families are Vegan or Plant Based. Since birth. So we are a healthy bunch. My brother switched and dropped his BP meds and his insulin shots. You are as bad as OU Boy. He says his beef eats plants therefore he is eating plants.

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      1. I actually like a lot of plants on my plate. There are a lot of meats I just won’t eat because texture or flavor or something is just uck to me. My weakness has been processed & convenience/processed foods, which has to end. Little Debbie nutty buddy bars don’t count as protein since the peanut butter is probably just peanut butter flavored sugary goo

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