Diet Culture Can Be Left in 2019

With the rise of plant-based eating, restrictive diet plans may soon become a distant memory. YAY.


2020, the start of a new decade and the end of fad diets such as Keto, Juicing and Paleo. Plant-based eating isn’t seen as a temporary fix like that terrible trio, it is a lifestyle - an ethos that not only saves the planet (yay) but improves overall health too.

Cassidy Gundersen, a nutritionist and health coach, says that shifting the mindset from one of restriction to one of abundance, can open up a whole new world in terms of loving our food and having a healthy relationship with it. Long gone are the days of counting calories and demonising food groups. It’s time to put our health first - both physically and mentally.

To put it simply, plant based eating isn’t a diet, it is a lifestyle choice. One that can significantly improve our day to-day health. We’re not saying be restrictive, or cut-out animal products all-together, just introduce more greens, grains, nuts and vegetables to your every-day diet, and reap the rewards.

This goes hand-in-hand with the current Climate crisis. Ditch unhealthy, restrictive diets and eat what’s good for yourself and for the health of our beautiful planet.


Next Up, How To Survive Christmas After Going Plant-Based.