Sharing how plant-based foods are convenient, satisfying, and vital to health and quality of life
On a Mission
As the founder of Eating 2 Heal, I provide nutritional and fitness coaching to promote powerful whole body improvements of health and quality of life. As a Certified Personal Trainer and health sciences guru, I guide individuals to harness their own body’s natural healing abilities to improve general health and to prevent and even extinguish chronic health problems such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, arthritis, obesity, and autoimmune disorders. My purpose is to provide individuals the opportunity to heal the mind, body, and spirit through mindful, compassionate, and sustainable practices and values.
-Kimberly Garrett, CPT
Meatless Monday Menu! (and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday....) As of March 2013, the LA School District is 100% meatless every Monday!
- Hippocrates, father of medicine
Breakfast: Scramble with red potatoes, Trader Joe's Soy Chorizo, black beans, bell pepper & onion with banana on side = 23g Protein, 18g Fiber
Lunch: Corn tortillas (3) with Cowgirl Salsa filling (see Favorites page) = 17g Protein, 18g Fiber
Snack: Almonds and blueberries = 5g Protein, 2g Fiber
Dinner: Tofu and mushroom salad lettuce wraps with peanut sauce (See Favorites page) = 22g Protein, 5g Fiber
Daily Totals = 2,000 Calories, 75g Protein (*15.5% from calories), 50g Fiber, 1700mg Sodium, 0 Cholesterol, 4150mg Potassium
*The USDA's Dietary Reference Intake (DRI) percentage of Protein from calories for mildly active people is 10%. The above noted meal has 15.5% protein from calories which is more than the recommended amount. The DRI for sodium is less than 2,300mg. DRI for potassium is approx. 4,500mg but the average American gets a meager 2,632mg. DRI for fiber is about 30g (or more) but the average American gets a meager 15g.
“Nothing will benefit human health and increase chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet.” - Albert Einstein
"The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease." - Thomas Edison
"The benefits produced by eating a plant-based diet are far more diverse and impressive than any drug or surgery used in medical practice. Heart diseases, cancers, diabetes, stroke and hypertension, arthritis, cataracts, Alzheimer's disease, impotence and all sorts of other chronic diseases can be largely prevented." - T. Colin Campbell, PhD and Thomas M. Campbell II, MD (The China Study 2004)