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How What You Eat Could Be Negatively Affecting Your Skin

Your skin is the largest organ of your body, so it's no wonder that the food you fuel your body with will have an impact on your skin. Those who are suffering from conditions like acne, eczema, and psoriasis may find that changing their diet to a plant-based one could help clear up their skin conditions (as well as helping them overcome a host of other health concerns, as well!). If you've been struggling with your skin, it's time to explore your options and see if a change in your diet could create a positive change in your skin.  Why Does What You Eat Affect Your Skin?  The truth is we're not entirely sure, but there certainly seems to be...

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A Beginner's Guide to a Plant-Based Diet

Many people start a plant-based diet out of concern for their health. Maybe their doctor has told them they are at risk of heart disease or diabetes and they want to make a lifestyle change. Or perhaps they are making the switch to a plant-based diet because they want to decrease their carbon footprint on the planet or they have deep concerns about the welfare of animals. Whatever the reasons, making the change to a plant-based diet for the first time can be a daunting task. You might not be sure about where to start, what to eat, or how to successfully make the transition.  We're here to help! PurePlant is a plant-based meal delivery service, so we have a...

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Getting the Protein You Need From a Plant-Based Diet

Those who follow a plant-based diet are subject to a lot of questions from their family and friends. You might have heard some of them yourself, such as "Don't you miss meat?" or "Aren't all the meals boring?" The answer to both of these is no, by the way. But there probably isn't a more common concerned question than this one: "How do you get enough protein?"  There is a common misconception that the best and only way to get enough protein in your diet is by consuming meat. The recommended amount of protein is 0.36 grams per pound of weight. So, if you are a 150-pound female, you'll want to get around 54 grams of protein in your diet...

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