If you’re like many people, you’ve dealt with weight issues most of your adult life. With this, you’ve likely tried every new diet that comes along.

One diet that has been popular for years requires point counting, day in and day out. I’ve known a few people who have used this protocol. Some have been successful. Others not so much.

Recently, I asked a friend who is counting points, how many points the plant based protocol is. She responded without hesitation that a great majority of the plant-based food choices have a zero point count.

“So you mean to tell me that if you ate 100% plant-based you wouldn’t have to count points?” I asked sincerely.

“Yes, but I’m not willing to give up foods I love,” she responded.

In reality, one does not have to deprive themselves at all when they eat a plant exclusive diet; meaning it’s not a diet. It’s a way of life.

Although you may have dropped weight in the short term with various diets, when you quit the diet, more than likely you gained all the weight back… and some.

With plant-based eating, you can toss out the scale, the points and the frustration.

With over 70% of the population in the United States overweight or obese, the short-term and long-term costs are beyond comprehension.

Let’ that sink in… 70% of the U.S. population is overweight or obese.

According to the CDC and WHO, the percentage of obese Americans is greater than the percentage of Americans who are overweight and is also greater than the percentage of Americans who have a normal weight.

Body Shaming

It’s important to clarify that the information contained in this article is NOT at all about body shaming but rather to shine the light on what is causing this health, environmental, financial, and emotional demise.
There are short-term and long-term costs to the bite-by-bite choices people make.

In addition to one’s health, there are productivity costs related to business. Whether you run your own business or are employed, chances are, if you are eating a diet filled with meat and dairy, you are not as productive as you could be with a diet void of all animal and dairy.

Many people claim they could never give up meat. Is it that they can’t, or won’t, give up meat? No one is forcing you to eat meat. Giving up meat has many benefits including improved health (both emotionally and physically), less impact to the environment, compassion for animals and overall well-being.

As well, with the current rate of inflation, and sticker shock at the grocery store, you will save on your grocery bill if you switch your meat for a whole food, plant-based diet.

The health of men, women and children is beyond the tipping point. With disease on the rise, childhood obesity at an all-time high, and families left wondering how to turn things around, one is left to wonder if there is anything they can do.

Actually, there is. You can choose to educate yourself on the benefits of a whole food, plant based diet.

The greatest challenge people face is knowing where to start. Who do they listen to? What books do they read? What documentaries can provide information that will give them the information to fast-track your health.

Get Healthy Live 2023

Sunday, February 19, 2023 11 a.m. PST to 3 p.m. PST
Virtual from the comfort of your home
Free – Invite Family and Friends


Presenters include…

Dr. T. Colin Campbell, co-author of The China Study is the opening presenter. If you’ve not yet read his book, The China Study, I highly recommend you check it out. This is the book that many vegans and plant-based experts say changed their lives and set them on a path to living healthier and helping others do the same.

The China Study book has been translated into 50 languages with millions of copies having been being sold. It remains a favorite for those interested in the science of health.

Additionally, Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr. will be presenting during the Get Healthy Live 2023!

Dr. Esselstyn has been on a decades-long mission to raise awareness of what we can do to improve heart health and even reverse heart disease through lifestyle choices. Yes, reversing heart disease is possible and proven.

Dr. Esselstyn’s talk is entitled: Nutritional Reversal of Cardiovascular Disease: Fact or Fiction?

Addressing women’s health issues is Dr. Debra Shapiro. As a medical doctor specializing in women’s health, Dr. Shapiro will share… How a Plant-Based OB/GYN Can Change Your Life!

Dr. Shapiro is passionate about teaching women (and their spouses and significant others) how to protect and improve their health from youth to our senior years, to live a vibrant healthy life.

In addition, Chef AJ – Host of the Chef AJ Live! is doing a cooking demonstration where she will be making her Artichoke Polenta Pizza Bake.

The entire event is founded by Linda Middlesworth. Linda has been an ethical vegan for 35 years. At nearly 79 years old, Linda is an inspiration to men and women everywhere who seek the fountain of youth.

Her journey into a plant-based and vegan lifestyle happened as a result of being diagnosed with cancer, heart disease, prediabetes, and obesity.

By making a lifestyle change to a plant-based diet, Linda lost over 50 pounds, reversed her diseases, and now lives a healthy, vibrant life.

As a result, she has made it her mission to inspire as many people as possible to live more healthfully eating a plant-exclusive diet.

To learn more and register go to: Get Healthy Live 2023 — VeganMentor