the Plant-Based Plate - Health Channel


the Plant-Based Plate |

The plant-based plate is divided in four parts: 25% of fruits, 25% of grains, 25% of vegetables, and 25% of legumes. In other variation, the 25% of legumes is changed for proteins.

Natalie Castro, Registered Dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida, says diabetics that go completely plant-based within three weeks can reduce their glycemic index significantly and see a huge improvement.

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