If your current diet is not typically high in fibre, switching to a plant-based or vegan diet may initially make you feel bloated. The key to increasing your fibre intake is to do so gradually so that your gut can adjust to processing it. Consider your stomach as a muscle that needs to be strengthened by regular exercise. Therefore, when you progressively increase your fibre intake, your digestive system will become more effective at breaking down fibre, allowing you to increase your consumption gradually.
When planned correctly, a vegan or plant-based diet can be both healthful. You need to make sure you have adequate protein and vitamins each day. The cornerstone of a healthy diet is often dietary fibre. This supports the gut, which is generally responsible for preserving your immune system and general health and well-being. When consuming this diet, micronutrients like iron, vitamin B12, and zinc can be in danger, so they should be a focus of the diet or be supplemented.
We don’t track calories, macros, or micros, but we work to ensure that every meal we serve is the ideal combination of nutrient density. Our meals typically range from 300 to 400 grams, excluding breakfasts. In addition to healthy fats and plant protein, our meals feature a variety of complex carbohydrates, nuts, seeds, legumes, and fruits. In addition to energising your body, mind, and spirit, these nutrients work together to support and feed your gut microbiome.