PBS Foodie

Listen to this doctor who witnessed heart surgeries. His take on Plant Based Diet and what is healthy. We can all live longer and PREVENT CANCER with G-BOMBS – Greens, Beans, Onions,Mushrooms, Berries, Seeds


A joyful WOE (Way of Eating)  is described at times as eating Whole Foods. In other words it is a way of eating foods that are not processed; foods that do not come out of a box or a can. PBS is simply a Plant Based Solution to heartburn, heart disease, diabetes, and obesity.  As a PBS Foodie I tend to be a version of a vegetarian who chooses to exclude meat and poultry but I will occasionally eat eggs with a bit of dairy ie (low fat cream in my coffee) After research and over a year on KETO, my choice is to limit processed foods while I avoid sugar, white flour, butter, and saturated fat. Along with elevated cholesterol, I was uncomfortable and I had oily pimples on my head which spread to my limbs. My goal is to eat locally grown fruits and veggies which is known as  a “Plant-Based”.  This WOE eliminates animal products with a focus on eating mostly plants, including non-starch vegetables, fruits, legumes, seeds, and nuts. On the

web it is referred to as Whole Food Plant Based or WFPB.  A VEGAN WOE is to avoid all  animal products, including dairy, meat, seafood, eggs, and honey. A Vegetarian avoids meat and chicken, but they do eat eggs, dairy, and honey.  Every BODY is different, but what I personally experienced on the KETO WOE did not match the results of others.
Whole Food – LOOK at what Chef AJ eats in one day. Because of her health issues, Chef AJ took over a year to lose 60 pounds, then she added exercise. On Johnny Carson Chef AJ weighed over 200 pounds, today she weighs in at 117 pounds and she eats POTATOES, RICE, BEANS, CARROTS. 65518674_916149145390302_4778057924599611392_n

PREVENT CANCER with G-BOMBS – Greens, Beans, Onions,Mushrooms, Berries, Seeds

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  1. If your desire is weight loss, then you should consume a lower number of servings of whole grains, seeds, nuts, and starchy vegetables (such as potatoes), as these foods are more calorically dense than fruits and non-starchy vegetables. Consulting a dietitian may also be beneficial for you to get started on your weight loss journey. ● Consume mostly unprocessed foods ● Eat beans and other whole foods for protein rather than processed meat. Bob starchy veggies: cuke, zuke, lettuce, onions, mushrooms..


  2. Focus on whole grains like barley or brown rice rather than on processed grains such as bread or pasta ● Consume fats that are from whole foods like avocados, nuts, or olives. Avoid oils such as olive oil or canola oil, which are considered processed foods ● Eat a variety of fruits, but limit it to 3 servings per day, especially if you have diabetes or high triglycerides ● Aim for meatless meals if possible, like rice and black beans, whole-wheat pasta with marinara sauce, or lentil soup and salad ● Transform your favorite recipes to plant-based recipes ➢ Consume burritos or tacos with mostly beans or vegetables. Eliminate the meat, and get that creamy element from avocados instead of cheese. ➢ Try removing the meat from your chili recipe, and instead add more beans ➢ Make your own whole grain veggie burgers, or grill up a Portobello mushroom burger, in place of meat or processed burgers ➢ Prepare your kebabs with vegetables like onions, bell peppers, and mushrooms. Use your same favorite marinade, but skip the meat ➢ Remove meat from your lentil or split pea soup. Be creative with color on your plate.


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