JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) - If one of your new year’s resolutions was to take up a healthier diet, a whole-food plant-based diet might be beneficial for you.
Registered Dietician and Plant-Based Chef Dr. Fiona B. Lewis said the WFPB diet has an array of benefits, including the prevention and reversal of heart disease and diabetes, and more.
She breaks down the difference between a vegan diet and a WFPB diet, as well as how you can get started.
For more information, contact Dr. Lewis on Facebook.
Check out the full interview below: