The Power Plate
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) has come up
with an easier way to educate the public about healthy eating habits.
They suggest replacing the food pyramid with the "power plate" (www.ThePowerPlate.org)
featuring a plate divided into four food groups: fruits, grains, legumes
and vegetables. According to Susan Levin, nutrition education director
at PCRM, people who eat mostly from the four Power Plate food groups
have the lowest risk of obesity, heart disease and diabetes.
To read the full article please search online for
Power Plate -- A Food Pyramid Alternative
God has provided us with a great variety of tasty plant-based foods
that not only are healthful but also compassionate choices.
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