As we head into the Thanksgiving and Christmas season, we're faced with food options that'll leave us with a bad case of "food coma." You know the feeling. You've consumed copious amounts of food including stuffing, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie and countless caseroles, which leaves you feeling stuffed and sleepy. Not to fret. If you're looking for a healthier approach to the holiday season, there's a new site focused on healthful, delicious, plant-based meals ideal for healthy eaters - vegan and otherwise.
Yummy Plants features recipes from Alexandra Jamieson, author of Vegan Cooking for Dummies; Executive Chef Russell Svoboda of the all-vegan restaurant “Great Sage;” Chef Charlie Ayers of Calafia in Palo Alto; Christy Morgan, author of Blissful Bites; and renowned nutritarian Dr. Joel Fuhrman of Diseaseproof.com.
Additionally, the Health Tips by Doctors section features a special two-part interview with Dr. Neal Barnard, the President of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.
Head over to YummyPlants.com for featured recipes, the experts corner, practical tips and an active community willing to share their best practices.
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