* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
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Dairy-free products do not contain ingredients such as milk, butter, cheese, sour cream, yogurt, whey, casein, ghee and lactose.
The Engine 2 Plant-Strong Diet was founded by Rip Esselstyn, a former world-class professional triathlete and Texas firefighter turned best-selling author and Whole Foods Market Healthy Eating Partner. The Engine 2 lifestyle centers on whole, nutritious, plant-based foods and eliminates all animal products, processed and refined foods.
The plant-strong diets promotes targeting veggies and whole fruits, intact and 100% whole grains, legumes, nuts and seeds, and simple unsweetened beverages like water or tea. The plan is naturally low in sodium, low in saturated fat, and has no trans fats.
Low-fat, as defined by the FDA, refers to products with 3g or less of total fat per serving and per 50g if the serving size is less than 30g.
Low-sodium, as defined by the FDA, refers to foods with 140mg or less of sodium per serving and per 50g if the serving size is less than 30g.
While there is no regulatory or consensus-based definition for paleo when referring to diets, we use the term “paleo-friendly” to describe products that consist of lean meats and seafood, fruits and vegetables (limited types of starchy vegetables), nuts and seeds. Paleo-friendly products typically do not include grains, legumes, refined sugar, certain oils, dairy and non-paleo additives.
Vegan foods are those without animal products, including meat, poultry, seafood, dairy, eggs and honey.
The Whole Foods Diet is a real foods, plant-based diets created by Whole Foods Market co-founder and CEO, John Mackey, along with Dr. Alona Pulde and Dr. Matthew Lederman. The diets follows two simple guiding principles: 1. Choose real foods over highly processed foods and 2. Eat mostly plant foods (90 to 100% of your daily calories). Staple foods in the diets include whole grains, dried beans and lentils, oatmeal and nuts, seeds, and lots of fresh fruits and vegetables.
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