According to information gathered from a Heart Healthy and Ethnically Relevant (HHER) Tools study, eating low fat foods can reduce your risk for heart attacks and strokes, help you maintain a healthy weight, and help you feel better in general; all of which contributes to living a longer and happier life. Eating low fat foods on a plant-based diet is not a difficult task at all because most plants are naturally low in fat. All you really have to do is watch out for the excessive use of cooking oils, heavily processed foods, and the few plant-based foods that actually are high in fat.
Note: Plant-based foods that are naturally high in fat, such as nuts, seeds, and some fruits, like avocados and olives, are not unhealthy – they’re actually good for you – but they should be consumed in moderation to maintain optimal health.
11 Low Fat Vegan Recipes
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