Healthy food should not just be for the wealthy, and delicious food should not just be junk food.
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Where possible we source all produce locally. Dishes offered change seasonally to ensure only the best ingredients are purchased and to reduce carbon emissions
I switched to a plant-based diet around June 2016 after suffering terribly from inflammatory bowel disease. Despite months of investigations and procedures my team of doctors and specialists were unable to offer me any relief.
In my desperation I turned to Dr. Google and the purported benefits of a plant based diet were cropping up too often for me to ignore. I watched this talk by Dr. Greger and Forks Over Knives on Netflix and I was sold. Within 3 days my symptoms of sickness, diarrhoea and chronic heart burn had disappeared. I also noticed my ‘brain fog’ had gone. I felt awake. I felt present. I had so much more energy and from that day to this I haven’t been ill once. Not even so much as a cough or a cold. In the following months I also dropped two stone without changing anything but my source of calories.
If you find yourself feeling sluggish, don’t wake up feeling refreshed, alert and awake or if, like me, you’re prone to catching whatever virus or lurgy is going around I would actively encourage you to try a plant based diet.
Equally if you’re often congested or your sinuses are troubling you, eliminate dairy and watch how quickly your sinus headaches melt away.
If you’re thinking about trying a plant-based diet you have nothing to lose and everything to gain. If you’re concerned about protein, B12, supplements or any other of the fear-mongering nonsense that is often brought up alongside the subject of a plant-based diet I would encourage you to investigate some of the resources linked in my Resources page. There is a *lot* of misinformation online, so always google the sponsors of any website giving you dietary advice. See if any of those sponsors would profit from you purchasing meat or dairy products.