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Every person comes together to learn, grow, and make healthier choices. Our workshops and support groups teach you how to start making more wholesome life choices and stay that way – from food to stress reduction and everywhere in between.
This free multi-part series focuses on preventative medicine, setting goals for easy lifestyle changes, and the science behind what makes them work.Sign Up & Join Us
Join us for our monthly Plant-Based Whole Foods Potluck! Boost your health with a diet rich in plants—ideal for weight loss, improved immunity, and more. Bring a dish for 8+ people and share the recipe and list of ingredients. Utensils provided.Sign Up & Join Us
Many of these recipes and tips are provided by our own providers, as well as professional chefs and cooks who know how to create healthy meals with whole foods that taste great, have variety, and meet a budget.
Better than Vegan; Del Sroufe
The China Study Cookbook; Leanne Campbell, PhD
The China Study All-Star Collection; Leanne Campbell, PhD
The China Study Quick and Easy Cookbook; Del Sroufe
Dr. Neal Barnard’s Cookbook for Reversing Diabetes: 150 Recipes Scientifically Proven to Reverse Diabetes Without Drugs; Neal Barnard, MD and Dreena Burton**
The Engine 2 Cookbook; Rip and Jane Esselstyn
Forks Over Knives, The Cookbook; Del Sroufe
Forks Over Knives Family; Alona Pulde, MD and Matthew Lederman, MD
The Happy Herbivore Cookbook(s); Lindsay Nixon
The How Not to Die Cookbook; Michael Greger, MD
No Meat Athlete; Matt Grazier
Oh She Glows; Angela Liddon
Plant-Powered Families; Dreena Burton
The Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease Cookbook; Ann Crile Esselstyn and Jane Esselstyn**
Please note that some of these books contain recipes that may include oil or high fat plant foods that are not recommended if you are trying to reverse heart disease or diabetes.
Resources marked with ** contain only low-fat recipes.
Remember, just because it’s “vegan” doesn’t mean it’s healthy!
We also recommend the Forks Over Knives App for recipes!
Lifestyle & Culinary Medicine is practiced widely and can work in partnership with other medical specialties to achieve better health. A variety of documentaries, books, websites, and podcasts are available to educate and empower anyone looking to learn more about whole food, plant-based living.