Who

What

​​Animal-Based Protein
Farmed animals eat plants,
which are digested then
restructured into flesh.


Plant-Based Protein
Plant ingredients are blended
then restructured into foods 
which provide the same, similar, or sometimes better taste, texture, and culinary experiences that people enjoy when eating animal-sourced foods.


Plenty of Protein 

An abundance of all proteins needed are found among
​the plant-food groups of vegetables, fruits, legumes, whole grains, nuts, and seeds, although the greatest concentrations of proteins are found in legumes, nuts, and seeds.

Why

Enjoying Plant Based Foods

                                The Exciting Possibilities
​                                of Plant-Sourced           
                                Meats and Dairy


Enjoyment 

Many vegans, vegetarians, flexitarians,
and people who want to eat less animal
products, especially meat, still enjoy the
culinary experience that meat has
​traditionally offered.

Social Connection 

The ubiquitous nature of animal, fowl, and fish products are
central to social connections, making the idea of eating less
of them, or not at all, seem impossible. Enjoying plant-sourced foods is easier than ever, with options everyone can share and love.

A Better World

Plant-based food systems are vital to creating a sustainable,
​thriving environment, a healthier diet, and a kinder world.

URL links to the website sources

Plant-Based vs. Animal-Based
Meats, Dairy, and Protein

THE GAME CHANGERS

Stunning documentary by James Cameron, Jackie Chan, 
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Louis Psihoyos, Lewis Hamilton, and others. World-class champions in various sports share their cinematic stories of struggle and triumph, and their explosive, science-backed success with plant-based nutrition – that applies to everyone. 
Available on Netflix, iTunes, Google Play, Vimeo, Vudu, and YouTube.

VISIT thegamechangersmovie.com for more info.

Where

         Plant-based foods include vegetables, fruits, 
​         legumes, beans, grains, nuts, and seeds.
Numerous plant-based meats and dairy foods
​are now abundantly available. Did you know there
are at least 20,000 edible plants in the world?
(
Plants For A Future: pfaf.org-1)

          People from all walks of life, various ethnicities,
          and various cultures are choosing a plant-based diet. Many world-class athletes and bodybuilders have adapted a whole-food, plant-based diet and  find they excel in their sport, with quicker recovery times
(greatveganathletes.com-2).

           HEALTH:Every major health organization
           supports a whole-food, 100% plant-based
​diet as healthy, for every phase of life 
(eatright.org-3andpcrm.org-4)
ENVIRONMENT:Animal agriculture causes vast
​amounts of environmental destruction of land, air,
​and sea 
(fao.org-5), and is a leading cause of species extinction and ocean dead zones (cnn.com-6).
RESOURCES: Plant foods, vs. animal foods, use exponentially less water, land, and other resources
to grow, harvest, and distribute 
(cspinet.org-7).
COMPASSION:Caring about animals' lives, well-being, and their right to live free from human harm. (farmsanctuary.org-8).
FOOD SECURITY: Feeding growing populations becomes
challenging as resources become over-extended. 1,000 calories of meat can use over 7,000 calories of plant food fed to animals (awfw.org-9).

           Everywhere! Many restaurants offer unique   
​           plant-based choices and options for regular menu items. Patrons enjoy choosing plant-based foods for culinary pleasure, variety, and health benefits. Options are now available at all kinds of restaurants, fine-dining establishments, coffee shops, cafés, food "pop-ups," and food stands.