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THE Plant-Based Meal Plan

Plant-Based Meal Plan

Heard about a plant-based diet, but have no idea where to begin? Feel overwhelmed by the amount of information available to you?

I’ve been there. I’ve had every single tab open on my browser full of information to be read. 

Changing up your diet is never easy. It takes time and commitment, and sometimes you just need someone to point you in the right direction.

Personally, I didn’t like to eat meat. And at meal times, I’d only eat a couple of small bites; which didn’t do much for me.

I wanted to make the switch to a plant-based diet. But I didn’t know how to support myself without meat protein. So began the new adventure.

This switch did not come all at once; it took many steps. In fact, I made up a free e-guide called

5 Tips to Assist with the Transition to a Plant-Based Diet   you can grab your copy here:

When I finally switched my diet over to a plant-based diet, I changed my way of living. I now feel energetic, more productive, and alive.

Today I wanted to share my favourite plant-based resource – a plant-based meal plan.

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Introducing Happy Herbivore’s Meal Mentor!

“Skip the guesswork, calorie counting and stress with a perfectly balanced menu already created for your busy life.” -Lindsay

Each week you are sent a 7-day plant-based meal plan. It includes recipes for a family of four (which is perfect for two people who love leftovers for lunch) and for individuals. You also receive a couple of bonus recipes every week.

The meal plans are gluten-free and soy-free friendly. The recipes are 100% plant-based. No dairy, eggs, or animal products.

A couple of my favourite recipes include the banana french toast, green minestrone soup, and the samosa lettuce cups.

Plant-Based Meal Plan

Green Minestrone Soup. Photo Credit: Meal Mentor

The meal plan comes with an easy to use grocery list, which helps prevent waste or impulse purchases. The meal plan also tells you what meals or parts of meals that you can prep in advance. You can take one day to cook all of your meals for the most part for the week. So when you have a long day at work and don’t feel like cooking when you get home, it’s pretty much ready to go.

There is also an exclusive member library which includes free holiday books and hundreds of seasonal recipes (a $285 value). It even includes a camping recipe book in the member library; which is perfect for me, because I love camping.


New Years 2018 Detox Bundle Sale

I’m so excited to announce that Meal Mentor is having a New Years sale for their annual plans on January 1 & 2, 2018.

With this sale, you can get a year’s worth of meal plans for 75% off!!

The annual plan includes:

  • 2018 Detox Plan
  • 1-year Annual Membership to Meal Mentor (52 weeks of plans)
  • Best of 2017 Cookbook (# Top-rated recipes)
  • Weight-Loss Booklet (13 pages of the science behind weight-loss + a practical guide to becoming more effective at losing weight.)
  • 45-minute video/lecture (with Q&A at the end) “The Science of Mindset: How to Change Your Thinking for Success.”
  • Private Facebook group

Start 2018 off with a fresh start, and a healthy menu!

I know I will be.

I’ve been receiving this meal plan for almost a year now, and I can say it’s life-changing.

Yes, the link below is an affiliate link. But I can honestly say, I use this meal plan regularly. I love it. It really has made a difference in my life. And my commitment to you is only to share things that I love and use in my own life; this is one of those things.

You can check out the sale here

2018 Detox Bundle Sale 


Meal Mentor helped take out the guess-work to figuring out what type of meals to eat when starting out on a plant-based diet.

Plus, I don’t need to worry about meal planning. All that work is already done for me!

I’d highly recommend this plant-based meal plan.

 

What books or websites do you go to for recipe inspiration? I’d love to hear about them in the comments below.

 

With Love,

 

Please note: I am not a medical practitioner. Please consult your medical practitioner if you are considering changing your diet to see if it’s right for you.

Featured Photo Credit: Alexandra Andersson

Don’t forget to snag your free copy of 5 Tips to Assist with the Transition to a Plant-Based Diet

5 Tips to Assist with the Transition to a Plant-Based Diet


A free E-Guide to help you on your way.

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