2: Whole Food Plant Based Diet Decreases Cholesterol and Increases Zest for Life for this OG Dirty
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After just six months of eating a whole food plant based (WFPB) diet, Beth regained control of her health. Her blood glucose and triglycerides, which had been climbing before the switch, were within normal healthy ranges with the help of our Plant Fueled Meal Plans. Beth & I chat about how a WFPB diet changed her life and more in this episode.

She has been in our community for over four years and has a lot of wisdom to share! Here are some of the things you’ll learn after listening to this episode:

  • Whole food plant based meal planning doesn’t have to be stressful or disorganized.
  • You can find (or build) a healthy and supportive community if you don’t already have one.
  • The importance of nourishing your body so you can feel great in your 60s and beyond.
  • It’s normal to be scared of or resistant to changing your diet, but it’s so worth it.

Thank you for listening to this episode. We hope you’ve enjoyed it. If you want to watch Beth’s and my conversation so you can see her plant glow, check it out here.

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