Jules avoids a liver biopsy after adopting a plant based lifestyle
After switching to plants, Jules’s A1c improved for the first time in six years and is now at normal non-diabetic levels, his blood pressure is managed on half his former medication and he’s been able to cut his diabetes meds completely. He’s lost 40 pounds and was able to avoid a liver biopsy or diabetes meds. He and his wife, Samantha, embraced a plant based lifestyle and they love the results and the food!
Jamie reverses the trajectory of type 2 diabetes and the whole family benefits
With a strong family history of diabetes and after being diagnosed with gestational diabetes, Jamie felt it was time to change. After just three months of following our plant based meal plans, Jamie’s A1C dropped from 7.2 to 5.8, and she tapered off her medication. Her hubby lost 65 pounds, and her kids are enjoying time with mom in the kitchen.
Steve manages his type 1 diabetes and sparks the curiosity of medical professionals
Steve Decker reduced his blood glucose by 40% simply by eating whole plant foods. Steve has been an avid cyclist throughout his adult life and shares the challenges of learning to manage his insulin requirements and exercise regimen to avoid hypoglycemia. His wife, Tessa, shares her tricks for modifying our meal plans to help Steve manage his diabetes. What a power couple!
Dr. Elina Tomski reverses pre-diabetes with a whole food plant based diet
Dr. Elina Tomski has her own family medical practice in Florida. She was pre-diabetic for five years, despite taking supplements, exercising, and watching her carb intake. Elina heard about the positive effects of eating a whole food plant based diet and, although she was skeptical, she decided to give it a try. Much to her surprise, in just four months she reversed her pre-diabetes and was no longer pre-diabetic. She’s healthier than ever.
Katie reversed diabetes and gives kudos to our life-changing meal plans
Despite daily exercise and eating what she thought was a super healthy diet, Katie was diagnosed with gestational diabetes and showed signs of being pre-diabetic a few years later. Determined to get her numbers down, she switched to eating a whole food plant based diet and was able to get her hemoglobin A1C down to 5.4 by eating plants, including potatoes and whole-grain pasta.
Jeff Loses Weight and Batch Cooks For His Family of Seven
Get inspired by Jeff's no-excuses attitude. In May 2019, he made the decision to take his health back after slowly killing himself by eating a Standard American Diet (SAD) and drinking alcohol moderately. He switched to a whole food plant based diet and has not looked back. He lost 95 pounds in 189 days and has never felt better!
Chris reversed type 2 diabetes and lost 100 pounds by adopting a whole food plant based lifestyle and is kicking some serious ass
Chris weighed almost 300 pounds and had an A1C of 11 before deciding to do something about it. He’s been a member for years and is now 201 pounds, with an A1C of 5.1! His journey is inspirational, AND he offers up great batching tips and spills the beans on “Cowboy Caviar.” You’ll love his story.
Amanda Turns Her Life Around After Her MS Diagnosis, Loses Weight, Improves Blood Pressure
Amanda is on her whole food plant based journey, navigating her mid-20s after years of blood pressure medicine, steady weight gain and dealing with painful cystic acne. She relied on fast food to the point that she would visit multiple drive-thrus in a day. Watch our heart-to-heart below and get ready to be inspired!
Leah rocks a whole food plant based diet after her weight loss surgery
After eating meat for every meal in the months following her weight loss surgery, Leah’s body gave her signs that something wasn’t right. She started searching for answers and went down the rabbit hole which led her to Clean Food Dirty Girl. Leah shares that her bouts of vomiting post-surgery went away as soon as she removed meat from her diet. She let go of counting calories and macronutrients and is now thriving on the very foods that her doctors warned against. She even shares how she still enjoys her comfort foods.