Improve Your Vegan Diet

Optimize or transition: A plant-based dietitian/nutritionist can assess your vegan diet and provide you with tailored recommendations.

Balance Your Vegan Diet

It’s not always easy to know what to believe. Work with a vegan nutritionist to help you optimize your vegan diet and ensure you get everything you need.

Save time & get started

Uncertain of how to begin or what to believe regarding vegan diets? Get answers more quickly by working with a plant nutritionist!

Get guidance & support

A plant-based dietitian will help you figure out where to start and guide you through the process.

Stay motivated & consistent

The hardest part is staying consistent with your new habits. Having a registered dietitian by your side will help ensure you stay motivated and make lasting changes to your vegan diet.

Get Assistance From a Plant-Based Dietitian and Nutritionist

A plant-based dietitian can help with:

  • Custom vegan portion sizes
  • Easy, tasty, and balanced vegan recipes
  • Meal structure and preparation
  • Vitamins and minerals
  • Vegan supplement recommendations
  • Analysis of vegan nutrition labels
  • Support, motivation, and accountability
Meal Plans/Menus/Food Journals

Our Tools for Success

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About Plant-Based Dietitians

We Are a Group of Vegan Dietitians & Nutritionists

We can assist you in making changes quickly and easily

Benefits of working with a vegan dietitian/nutritionist:

  • Increased energy
  • Better digestion
  • Avoid vitamin and mineral deficiencies
  • Quickly broaden your knowledge
  • Improve your cooking abilities
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Initial Prices

Initial Assessment (1h)

$150

  • Setting expectations & goals
  • Analysis of your medical history (required)
  • Analysis of intake
  • Building a strategy
  • Practical tips, recommendations & recipes
  • Answering any questions
  • Personalized meal plan or menu
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Initial Assessment + Meal Plan (2hrs)

$300

  • Setting expectations & goals
  • Analysis of your medical history (required)
  • Analysis of intake
  • Building a strategy
  • Practical tips, recommendations & recipes
  • Answering any questions
  • Personalized meal plan or menu
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Packages (2hrs+)

$300+

  • Customizable Packages
  • Package can be determined in initial assessment
  • Hours and half-hours available
  • 5% discount on 4 sessions
  • 10% discount on 8 sessions
  • 15% discount on 12 sessions
  • 20% discount on 16 sessions
  • Payment plan available
  • Sessions expire within a year
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After the initial assessment

Follow up prices

Follow ups (1h)

$150

Identify what needs modification

Meal plan creation or adjustment

New subjects – See service pages

Set goals for the coming week(s)

Follow ups (30 min)

$85

Identify what needs modification

Meal plan adjustments

New subjects – See service pages

Set goals for the coming week(s)

How it works

The process is simple

There are two ways to get started:

  • Option 1 – Direct booking: Review the biographies, services, and pricing/packages. Access the schedule by clicking on the link below and book directly with your plant-based dietitian/nutritionist.
  • Option 2 – Discovery call: Book a 5-20 min free discovery call (phone or Zoom) with your Plant-Based dietitian. They will answer your questions and get you started on your journey.
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FAQs about balanced vegan/plant-based diet

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a well-balanced vegan diet?

    A variety of complete grains, fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, plant-based proteins like beans, lentils, and peas, as well as healthy fats, should make up a vegan diet that is well-balanced. A vegan nutritionist can work with you to design an individualised, well-balanced vegan diet.

  • Is a plant-based diet a balanced diet?

    A plant-based diet is indeed well-balanced. A balanced and nutrient-dense plant-based diet is one that includes the following food groups—fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts, and plant-based protein—in the recommended serving portions.

  • How long before you notice a difference on a plant-based diet?

    Depending on the individual, it may take a few days to a few weeks before you start noticing a difference when eating a plant-based diet. The transition to a plant-based diet is unique to each person, and a plant-based dietician may help you along the way.

  • What snack foods are vegan?

    Roasted chickpeas, baked veggie chips, and nutritional yeast-topped popcorn are a few tasty and simple snack food ideas. You can indulge in some delectable vegan snacks by getting the perfect vegan snack list from a vegan dietitian.

  • Which milk is plant-based?

    Many plant-based milk options are available, including soy, coconut, rice, hemp, and almond. The protein level of soy, pea, and hemp milks tends to be higher. Be careful to select alternatives that are fortified with calcium and vitamin D.

  • What sweet things can vegans eat?

    Finding vegan-friendly dessert options can be challenging because many of them contain substances produced from animals, such as milk or gelatin. Vegans can still indulge in some sweet selections, though. Even better, you can attempt several vegan dessert recipes at home to soothe your sweet tooth.

  • Can you survive on a plant-based diet without supplements?

    Some nutrients that vegans and vegetarians may need to work harder to get include iron, vitamin B12, and omega 3 fatty acids. To make sure you are getting all the nutrients you require, a vegan dietitian can assist you in locating alternate dietary sources.

  • How do you balance a plant-based meal?

    It can be daunting to balance a plant-based meal because you want to incorporate whole grains, nuts, seeds, and plant-based protein in addition to fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. A vegan dietician can assist in making sure that the meals you eat are balanced.

  • Do you live longer on a plant-based diet?

    According to research, adopting a plant-based food regimen can help people live more than ten years longer than they would with a standard Western diet. A plant-based diet can actually lower blood pressure, improve cholesterol levels, and lower the chance of developing chronic diseases, according to numerous research.

  • What does a vegan eat for breakfast?

    Vegans can choose from a wide variety of breakfast foods, such as oat porridge, granola, pancakes, tofu scrambles, and many others. You can get ideas for breakfast from sample vegan meal plans, and a vegan nutritionist can create a custom meal plan for you.

  • What foods should vegans eat everyday?

    Vegans include a mix of complete grains, fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, plant-based protein like beans, lentils, and peas, and healthy fats in their diet on a daily basis to make sure they are getting adequate nutrition from a well-balanced diet.

  • Do vegans eat eggs?

    Eggs are considered an animal product, hence vegans avoid eating them. Veganism is a diet that only consists of plant-based foods and excludes all animal products. You can learn more from a vegan dietitian and determine whether a vegan diet is good for you.

  • What are the 7 elements of a balanced diet?

    The 7 essential elements of a balanced diet are carbohydrates, protein, fat, fibre, vitamin, mineral and water.

  • What do vegans drink?

    Due to the usage of animal by-products in the ingredients or production processes, it might be challenging to find drinks that are vegan. Fruit or vegetable smoothies, Coca-Cola sodas, and lattes made with plant-based milks such as soy or oat milk are some common drinks that vegans love.

  • Where do vegans get protein?

    Seitan, tofu, lentils, beans, nutritional yeast, almonds, and seeds are just a few of the many plant-based sources that vegans can use to obtain their protein needs. To learn how to include these protein sources in your diet, consult a vegan dietitian.

  • What should vegans avoid?

    Vegans refrain from eating food that comes from animals because their diet is centred on plants and foods made from plants. Animal meat, seafood, dairy products, eggs, cheese, butter, mayonnaise, and honey are excluded from a vegan diet. It is vital to carefully check the ingredient labels because certain processed goods also include animal by-products during the production stages.

  • Can a vegan eat bread?

    Since bread typically contains flour, yeast, water, oil, and salt as ingredients, the majority of bread is appropriate for vegans. Sourdough, Ezekiel bread, ciabatta, focaccia, and baguettes are a few examples of popular vegan bread varieties.

  • Do vegans eat pasta?

    Indeed, most of the manufactured pasta is vegan, however some fresh pasta does contain eggs. Verify the contents of the product to make sure no substances came from animals. You can learn how to read labels and how to distinguish between vegan and non-vegan items from a qualified vegan dietician.

  • Can vegans eat chocolate?

    Conventional chocolates are not suitable for vegans because they do include milk. However, certain chocolates can be consumed by vegans since they use plant-based milk in place of dairy.

  • Why can't vegans eat honey?

    Honey is not suitable for vegans because bees are exploited to produce it. In fact, by vegan standards, commercial bee rearing uses methods that are deemed immoral.

  • Is veganism a form of orthorexia?

    A pathological obsession with healthy food is known as orthorexia. Because most people pursue veganism for reasons other than a fixation with good eating, such as lessening animal suffering or enhancing health to lower the risk of chronic diseases, it is not a form of orthorexia. To learn more, click here.

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