Will LeafSide suit you?

LeafSide is perfect for you 🤩 if:

  • You enjoy eating — and are committed to — high quality, nutrient-rich whole food plant-based (WFPB) meals.
  • You generally avoid processed food, and avoid fast food.
  • You have an active lifestyle, and often lack the time to plan, shop, prep, and cook healthy meals for yourself or loved ones.
  • You prioritize superior nutrition and health.

However, LeafSide may NOT 🤔 be for you if:

  • You regularly eat and crave processed foods with added salt, sugar, and processed oils/fats. Unfortunately, the Standard American Diet is heavily laden with those three processed additives, which “hijack” our taste buds with neurological effects similar to addictive drugs.
    • If you currently find healthy unprocessed meals bland, but you’re committed to eating healthier, be aware of these general trends: It may take 1-2 months of mostly-WFPB eating to adapt from high salt and sugar, to the normal levels in whole unprocessed foods. And 2-4 months to shed processed-fats cravings, to enjoy whole plants’ fat levels.
    • You can use WFPB condiments to make the transition easier, e.g. whole dates sugar is a WFPB sweetener that’s perfectly healthy; low-sodium soy sauce can provide salty tastes; and nut/seed butters give plenty of healthy, creamy plant-fats.
    • The good news is, your senses can adapt, and you can re-gain even more enjoyment of eating real, wholesome food, with far more layers and nuances of taste than ever before.
  • You do not currently eat a majority whole foods plant-based diet; per above, LeafSide meals may taste bland to you.
  • You regularly eat animal based foods or products (dairy, eggs, meat, fish, etc) high in salt and saturated fats.
  • You prefer bland food rather than a wide range of flavors, herbs, and spices. Out of culture and/or habit, some people simply don’t enjoy flavorful foods. If that’s you but you still want the health benefits of WFPB eating, we’d suggest trying our Smoothies and Sweet-bowls first.
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