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“The term “whole” in WFPB describes foods that are minimally processed. This includes as many whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and legumes as you want. Many eventually give up the “diet” label, in favor of “lifestyle.” Perhaps that’s because our popular notion of dieting has become so confusing. A WFPB lifestyle is different. It’s not a short-term punishment charged by guilt. It’s not a set of complicated meal plans. It’s simply a return to whole foods, rich flavors, and natural health.”

Therefore, when we talk about this form of diet, we need to give a picture of how one lives a whole food plant-based lifestyle.


By,  “The T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies”

  • Eat a wide range of whole foods


Plants being all types of vegetables, fruits, herbs, roots and tubers, nuts, seeds, legumes, sea and water vegetables. We completely eschew animal products of any kind, including molluscous, insects, land and sea animals, and their secretions, and body parts;


  • Natural form, minimal processing


Whole food meaning the above natural plant food components are consumed more closely to the way in which they were grown, with a minimal amount of processing. Processing refers mainly to the forms used by the modern food industry such as refining, the addition of preservatives and chemicals, or the use of chemically or technologically fabricated concoctions, including genetic modifications, excludes refined foods, like added sugars, white flour and processed oils.


  • Pays special attention to the wellbeing of the Earth, food quality, and taking care of the environment as a whole.


A WFPB Lifestyle also considers better practices for the environment such as replacing plastic, recycling, and reducing. Promoting organic and permaculture-styled farming practices, sourced locally whenever possible. We support communities that support the concept and are inclusive as much as possible to different preferences within our WFPB approach. 


  • Whole approach to physical, mental and spiritual health

WFPB Lifestyle is one of health and wellbeing, therefore includes educational and resource aspects of personal health practices such as exercise, stress management. better sleep practices, and so forth.

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