There are so many helpful resources online to reference on your plant based journey!
We know the transition can seem daunting; we are here to help you and offer support.
Send us a message or attend a meeting!
Dr. Greger's How Not to Die center's his recommendations around a Daily Dozen checklist of all the things you should try to fit into your daily routine.
There is even a helpful App for your phone!
Where Do I find WFPB products in Kingston?
You can find produce, beans, whole grains and all of your WFPB staples at any grocery store!
We also try to buy our produce at a farmers market when we can!
Looking for Nutritional Yeast ? Medjool dates? These products are becoming more mainstream! We often find our products at;
Sigrids or Tara Natural Foods, Loblaws or Bulk Barn!
Stuck and not sure? Ask us! We are here to help!
We always suggest asking a manager if you cant find something at your local store. Stores will stock what is in demand and this helps to push for healthier options everywhere!
Forks Over Knives features WFPB recipes and information. If you need extra help and have some money to spend their meal planner comes complete with shopping list and daily instructions
Everyday WFPB Substitutions
Easy Meal Ideas
The WFPB Diet Explained
Forks Over Knives Example Weekly Meal Plan
Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease
Dr. Neal Barnard’s Program for Reversing Diabetes
Forks Over Knives
What the Health?
Disclaimer: “The information that is being shared is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you are on medication and are changing to a whole food, plant-based diet, you should discuss with your healthcare provider the changes that you are making in your diet and how these changes may require an adjustment in medication dosage. It is important that you work with your doctor to monitor your condition and medication dosage during your change of dietary practices.”