The Latest From The Plant-Based Pharmacist
Arthritis, including rheumatoid arthritis, is a growing and leading public health concern in many developed countries. Rheumatoid arthritis can be treated safely and effectively with a plant-based diet.
The summer edition of Whole Food, Plant-Based Diet on $5 a Day is a great way to pack an array of nutritious, healthy foods with a sufficient amount of calories to keep you going during your busy summer days. The recipes are purposefully created for the warmer weather and include a variety of summertime favorites like dips, burgers, salads, and wraps.
Here you’ll find ten holiday favorites made without using animal products. These are all easy recipes you can make yourself.
In this article, I will discuss treatment options as it pertains to using diet versus medications in Crohn’s disease.
It’s summertime and that calls for something light and refreshing to satisfy your hunger. Introducing my Summertime Veggie Wrap loaded with mouthwatering flavor and lots of colors. Everyone always says for great health you need to eat the colors of the rainbow. This wrap delivers on that and much more. It tastes delicious, provides shades […]
One of my favorite homemade veggie burgers is my Black Bean and Brown Rice Burger. This is a delicious, filling plant-based burger that makes a wonderful substitute for a ground beef burger. Plus you get all the health benefits to go along with the taste. This recipe is rather quick and simple with only […]
These oatmeal raisin cookies will have you sneaking in seconds and thirds and fourths as the adult in you attempts to justify the empty plate of treats sitting in front of you.
Learn how to eat a healthy whole foods, plant-based diet on $5 a day.
My Mission To You
My mission is to provide reliable, high-quality, evidenced-based health and wellness information to enrich the lives of both patients and medical professionals alike, with an emphasis on the powers of plant-based nutrition and lifestyle medicine in the prevention and reversal of our most common chronic diseases.
— Dustin Rudolph, PharmD, BCPS