It's not easy making a lifestyle change and whether you're doing it alone or with friends and family, breaking life long habits takes time. Take some comfort knowing that this once road-less-travelled journey is steadily filling up with a community of like minded individuals wanting to make a difference to their health, their life and this planet we share. We celebrate your boldness, and we celebrate your choice.
Who doesn't want to feel great? Say goodbye to life long ailments and poor health. Say hello to a life full of nutrients, vitality, vibrancy, nourishment and a sustainable future for humanity. Watch as you transform your health, body and mind and become the best you can possibly be through plant based living. Nutritional excellence is more effective than any other medications for almost any medical condition. The results can literally touch your heart.
A global switch to a plant based diet could save eight million lives by 2050 and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by two thirds. A call to switch to a whole food plant based diet follows the highly publicised launch of The Planetary Health Diet created by a group of 37 global scientists, as part of the EAT-Lancet commission in an attempt to improve human health, and save precious environmental resources as the global population increases.
As the famous saying goes: “All truth passes through three stages: First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.” We need to pay attention to what we eat when we are sick so we can give our bodies the nutrients it needs to heal. We have replaced our trust in food as medicine with conventional treatments which offer nothing more than to alleviate the symptoms. The simple fact is, we've always had tremendous power over our health destiny and through excellent nutrition coupled with a healthy lifestyle, we can uncover the interrelated causes of underlying disease and chronic illness.

Plant-based diets have been linked to a number of extraordinary health benefits, including reducing your risk of heart disease, certain cancers, obesity, diabetes and cognitive decline. The increasing amount of evidence that supports this is compelling.


Plant-based eating is the only diet scientifically proven to improve or reverse chronic disease.


Did you know?

Diet is the number one cause of chronic disease and death worldwide. In just two hours after eating an animal-based meal, arteries can constrict by 40 percent.

A whole food, plant-based (WFPB) diet can immediately improve blood flow, and lower cholesterol and blood pressure within days.

Peasant farmers produce about 70% of the world's available food, and 82% of starving children live in countries where food is fed to animals in order to meet western demand.

How will we feed ourselves in uncertain times, and create a food system that is based on justice and equality?

Dietary changes are the number one way to reduce environmental impact, including greenhouse gases, global acidification, eutrophication, land use, and water use.

How can we inspire and support families and friends to adopt plant-based diets?



The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine explain why we should avoid dairy


Saturated Fat and Heart Disease

Milk and other dairy products are the top sources of artery-clogging saturated fat in our diet. Milk products also contain cholesterol. Diets high in fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol increase the risk of heart disease, which remains the top killer in western societies. Cheese is especially dangerous. Typical cheeses are 70 percent fat.

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Consumption of dairy products has been linked to higher risk for various cancers, especially to cancers of the reproductive system. Most significantly, consuming dairy has been linked to increased risk for prostate cancer. Dairy is also associated with increased risk of lung cancer, breast cancer, and ovarian cancer in people with lactose intolerance. Since hormones are stored in fat, consuming high-fat dairy products likely mean women are also consuming more estrogen.

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We're continuously told that our kids need milk for strong bones, yet science doesn’t back that up. According to an analysis published in the British Medical Journal, most studies fail to show any link between dairy intake and broken bones, or fractures. Another study of more than 96,000 people found that the more milk men consumed as teenagers, the more bone fractures they experienced as adults. Casein (one of two types of protein in dairy) produces addictive “casomorphins” that can affect children's behaviour.

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Our Planet

Dairy takes a toll on our environment, too. One gallon of milk requires 638 gallons of water to produce, compared to 300 gallons of water to produce a pound of tofu, and dairy cattle alone make up 19% of our global water footprint because so much is needed to hydrate cows and clean parlor floors, walls, and milking equipment.

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