Baked samosas are a healthy version of a traditional Indian fried pastry. These samosa burritos burst with flavor - a flavor loved by kids and adults alike.
We have a couple of exciting announcements to share today. First, we are holding our first PlantPure Kitchen Live class this evening at 6:30, hosted by nationally recognized cookbook author Kim Campbell.
It has been quite a while since we sent out a newsletter, but our self-imposed silence is ending! We have been hard at work over the prior months, and are now ready to share the results of that work.
I am feeling optimistic today! I just heard something I have never heard from the mainstream media.
On a CBS news show, a physician reporter discussed a provocative new study, which suggests that both red and white meats have similar effects on cholesterol. The physician reporter explained that the food-cholesterol connection is more complicated than it was previously assumed, and that perhaps animal protein, present in both red and white meats, is a key factor in causing high cholesterol. She also discussed the gut biome as a possible factor in this chain of causation. And best of all? She encouraged viewers to move from animal to plant foods.
PlantPure, Inc. announced today (February 12th, 2019) the online launch of its successful Health and Weight Loss seminar. Created by the Producer of the hit documentaries Forks Over Knives (2011) and PlantPure Nation (2015), the five-hour program features many experts and luminaries in the plant-based field and covers everything a beginner needs to know and how to incorporate it into a lasting lifestyle.
The story of Eloise’s plant-based transition is highly unusual because throughout her life, quite a few physicians suggested she look into a vegan diet before she actually made the change. Her story begins in the 1980s when she was working in Silicon Valley and was a self-described type A personality. At 122 lbs., she looked healthy on the outside, but had high cholesterol. Interestingly, her physician recommended that she change over to a vegetarian diet to control her cholesterol. At the time, Eloise did not take his advice, but later wished she could turn back the clock to transition to a plant-based lifestyle much sooner.
In the winter, when the days are short and clouds hide the sun, it can be hard to stay upbeat. If you’re like many people, this time of year can be a challenge. In fact, approximately 20% of us feel the winter blues. However, you can take heart because there are some surprisingly simple things you can do to brighten your day.