Health Conscious


Switching to a whole-foods plant-based diet is one of the most powerful steps you can take to improve your health, boost energy levels, and prevent chronic disease. Whole foods are foods that are not heavily processed, containing unrefined or minimally-refined ingredients. Plant-based foods are derived from plants and offer complete nutrition with all the necessary vitamins, minerals, fats, proteins and higher fiber carbs.

Vegan food overlaps with plant-based and has no ingredients derived from animals. Research has shown that a whole-foods, plant-based diet helps with disease prevention, reducing the risk of developing coronary heart disease, cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, and can even reverse heart disease and type-2 diabetes.

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Get started at and explore vegan lifestyle videos across many categories. This unique search tool will help refine your research and get you what you need.


We've compiled a list of our favorite books to help you go vegan. There are whole food plant-powered resources everywhere to help you get healthy. Scroll for more!

Movie Recommendations

You’ll find an endless array of tasty videos, films, and documentaries proving that WFPB is the way to go.
Check out some of our favorite movie recommendations below.

Who to Follow

Fueled by plants, these vegan influencers really hit the spot. Chefs, bloggers, and moms are all proving that WFPB is the lifestyle for the future and the diet optimum for all stages of human health.

Book Recommendations

A simple search on Amazon or Barnes & Noble will reveal helpful whole-food plant-based reading material. Below are three great titles to start with. Do you have some of your own favorites?

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Ten Weeks Vegan

Go vegan in ten weeks with Vegan Outreach.


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