A plant-based diet provides you with valuable nutrients that a traditional omnivore diet cannot provide. But, being plant-based is not the only aspect of this diet that makes it beneficial. Focusing on whole foods in addition to primarily plant-based ingredients, further reduces your risk for heart disease, diabetes, cancer, obesity, and a long list of other health issues. A whole foods plant-based diet doesn’t restrict how many calories you take in. Instead, it encourages you to eliminate foods that are harmful to your health and well-being. It focuses on meeting nutritional needs by eating minimally processed foods that are rich in vitamins, minerals, and nutrients. This book has provided you with valuable information that will allow you to take better control of your health. You have been given an array of tools that will assist you to transition to a whole foods plant-based diet with more ease and comfort.