A fact-based guide to plant-based eating, explaining why a diverse diet is the key to better health—with 80 plant-packed recipes
The secret to a healthy gut (and a healthier body and mind) is all in the microbes: the trillions of microorganisms that live in our digestive tract. These microbes thrive on fiber—as many different types as they can get.
That’s why Dr. Megan Rossi developed the Diversity Diet, a simple yet revolutionary way of eating that anyone can adopt to enjoy huge health benefits—increased energy, improved mood, and reduced risk of illness, to name a few. It’s all about eating a wider variety of plant foods—at least 30 different plants per week.
Each plant counts as one point, and How to Eat More Plants shows readers exactly how to get their “Plant Points” with delicious fruits, veggies, grains, nuts, herbs, and more. A 28-day challenge, tailored meal plans, and over 80 mouthwatering recipes set readers on the path toward better health!