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rebecca-stonor

@ Rebecca Stonor

Plant-based Nutrition Expert
After experiencing the health benefits of whole food, plant-based eating, Rebecca is passionate about helping others access exceptional health through sustainable lifestyle change. A scientist and certified in Plant-Based Nutrition (eCornell University), Rebecca conducts evidence-based workshops, cooking demonstrations and talks. Her mission is to inspire hope, prevent and reverse chronic illness and reduce the confusion around the science of nutrition.
Member since August 2020

Posts

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A diagnosis of a degenerative neurological condition like multiple sclerosis can leave someone feeling scared, depressed and helpless. But there are things you can do to regain control, and a plant-based diet is one way to find hope.

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Human-induced climate change is real. The Earth is warming at an alarming rate and we need to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions dramatically. One of the most impactful changes we can all make to save our planet is to switch to a plant-based diet.

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Eating a whole food, plant-based diet is nutritious, has less impact on the environment and benefits animal welfare. Many people think it’s expensive to eat this way but it doesn’t need to break the bank.  Here’s eight ways to eat plant-based on a budget.

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The leading cause of death globally is heart disease; second to this is cancer. The main types of cancers can be largely prevented by lifestyle factors, the biggest of these being diet. Here’s how a whole food, plant-based diet can help reduce your risk of developing cancer.

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As demand grows for plant-based alternatives, more products are hitting the supermarket shelves. However it’s often difficult to decide which of these are beneficial for our health. Here are some simple tips to help you make informed decisions about which foods to eat and which to avoid.

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Having a healthy balance of microorganisms in our gut provides numerous health benefits. A Western diet and lifestyle can easily throw this balance out. The best way to keep the microbes happy is to eat an abundance and diversity of whole plant foods.

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Transitioning toward eating more whole plant foods can be beneficial to our health, the animals and the environment. Having some simple strategies in your toolkit can make the process smoother, avoid setbacks and help you change for good.

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Our insatiable desire to eat the flesh of other beings is fast leading us to premature death from heart disease, diabetes and cancer. As a result, the need to replace meat consumption with a suitable alternative is growing. But are these actually a healthier alternative?

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Choosing what we eat every day is imbedded in our culture, traditions and identities. Plant-based diets get a bad rap due to many misconceptions. This article hopes to dispel some of the myths and remove your reservations about eating whole plant foods.

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Maintaining a healthy weight is more than about how we look. Sure, fitting into your favourite jeans is a plus, but losing weight has many added benefits for our health, wellbeing and longevity. And the best way to achieve this is with a plant-based diet.

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A massive rise in numbers of people across the world eating a plant-based diet challenges conventional beliefs that we require animal products to be healthy and highlights that there may be a healthier, more sustainable way forward.

Recipes

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Black sticky rice (or black glutinous rice) is commonly used in Southeast Asian desserts. It’s a naturally sweet, dark colored rice which is actually dark purple more than black. It contains both loads of fiber and antioxidants, both of which are health promoting.

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These plant-based dumplings are filled with fresh veggies, super easy to make and no oil required! You can add any ingredient to the filling – think tofu and noodles. If you don’t have an air-fryer you can dry fry them in a non-stick frying pan on medium heat. Serve with your favorite dipping sauce.

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Blueberries are not only delicious but they are full of antioxidants and improve memory! They are the hero in these baked donuts which are super easy to make. With the texture of a moist muffin, you wouldn’t know they were dairy, egg, gluten, oil and refined sugar-free.

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This rich and creamy curry not only tastes delicious but is good for your health. It is made from whole plant foods, low in fat and super easy to make. The green jackfruit has a meaty texture, takes on the flavours of the warming spices and will leave you feeling satisfied and satiated.

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A plant-based dessert that everyone will love, including the kids. This chocolate mousse is super easy to make and totally delicious, served with a vanilla cashew cream. It’s also packed full of nutrition and is low in saturated fat so great for our health.

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