Why Plant-Based

Plant-based eaters show fewer symptoms of depression, anxiety, stress and mood disturbances.

Plant-based diets have been shown to influence mental health in a positive way. Plant-based eaters, in a cross-sectional and interventional study, showed fewer symptoms of depression, anxiety, stress and mood disturbances than omnivores. This is because people who consume a predominantly plant-based diet had much higher levels of antioxidants in the blood, which in turn significantly helped with cognitive processing and managing emotions.

Plant-based diets have been shown to lower the risk of heart diseases and type-2 diabetes.

An increased consumption of whole, plant-based foods translates into an effective immune system. Because all the necessary vitamins and minerals are covered, the body can move towards operating efficiently. In fact, plant-based diets have been shown to lower the risk of heart diseases, type-2 diabetes as well as enhance overall physical wellbeing.

Production of plant-based foods requires less land and water than animal-derived foods.

Numerous studies are now stating that embracing a plant-based lifestyle can significantly help lower carbon emissions. This is because the production of plant-based foods requires less land and water than animal-derived foods. So, it is one of our missions to encourage people to eat more plants to reduce their carbon footprint.

Sarah's story

This is how Fitpack has impacted Sarah’s life. Through a plant-based diet and regular exercise, Sarah has sustainably transformed her health and wellbeing.

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