A Plant-Based Lifestyle includes three smart choices:

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  1. Whole-Foods, Plant-Based Nutrition
  2. Kindness and Respect for Animals
  3. Environmentally Friendly and Sustainable World


What our customers are saying.

  • “A former teacher and now a stay at home mom, I have always struggled with weight and allergies (soy is one of my allergies). Bonnie has helped me understand how by reducing the amount of meat, sugar, oil and dairy in my diet, I can lose weight and not feel hungry. With her individualized guidance and the recipes she has sent me, I am cooking much healthier for my family and getting rave reviews from my book club and my boys 2 and 5. Who would have thought you could actually make scrumptious moist chocolate-zucchini muffins without milk, oil or eggs?”

    - Dena A. – Delaware, Ohio
  • “I have always been a big meat eater, especially pork. I am now a retired U.S. Army M.P. in my 50s. My life was put on hold with a cancer diagnosis. After undergoing chemotherapy, I was weak and feeling tired all of the time. Dr. Gary and Bonnie Kaake encouraged me to try a plant-based diet. In only two weeks I easily lost the extra 20 pounds I carried, I am feeling great, and recovering faster than even my oncologist had anticipated. I am looking forward to the “OK” to get outside and begin running again. I will never go back to eating meat and dairy. I now value my health more than ever.”

    - John O. – San Juan, Puerto Rico

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Guests for Thanksgiving – Picky Eaters

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Nov 10, 2017 | No Comments

  Who is Coming? Chances are that a guest attending your Thanksgiving meal has an allergy or different way of eating than you do. So, how do you keep your sanity and still have happy guests? First, ASK in advance if they have allergies or have a special way of eating or a diet that […]

1. Plant-Based Nutrition

Take responsibility for your own health. Change to a plant-based way of eating now. The majority of information about “diets” is bad. It is based on poor research and the profit motive. The numerous fad-diet promoters, industry lobbyists, and attention grabbing headlines only add to the confusion. The USA spends more per person on healthcare than any other country on the planet. And, we have some of the worst health statistics in the developed world.

More and more physicians are learning about plant-based nutrition’s role in preventing disease. Doctors get little to no education in medical schools about preventing disease through healthy nutrition. Even registered dietitians are not up-to-date with scientific facts.

Your benefits:

  1. A faster and healthier way to an ideal BMI or permanent weight reduction

  2. Reduce or eliminate your risk for chronic disease

    (Cancer, heart disease, kidney failure and type-II diabetes)

  3. Reduce or eliminate your need for most prescription medications

  4. Improve gastro-intestinal health and function

    (Indigestion, acid reflux & constipation)

  5. Increase your energy and stamina

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2. Kindness & Respect for Animals

Many choose to be healthy vegans and follow a plant-based lifestyle due to their passion for animals. Those who have a dog, cat, bird or non–traditional pet know that they have feelings. They communicate with each other and with humans. We grieve for a long time when we lose a beloved pet.

There are many non-profit organizations that educate and actively work to prevent animal cruelty, abandonment and abuse. Many also expose cruelty and secure media attention for humane treatment of animals.  Many promote eating plant-based healthy vegan.

You help all animals by changing to a plant-based, healthy vegan diet:

  1. Reduce the need for animal slaughter by 279 lbs. of animal flesh per year per person. USA’s average per person consumption of food animals is the second highest out of 169 countries.

  2. Save the lives and the torture of countless animals and set a humane example

  3. Stop the needless destruction of endangered species and their habitats

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3. Environmentally Friendly and Sustainable World

According to the Livestock, Environment and Development (LEAD) Initiative, over two-thirds of the world’s agricultural land is used to grow feed for livestock. Only 8% of agricultural land is used to grow fruits and vegetables for human consumption.  Sadly, the demand for meat has increased along with the world’s population. Because of the world’s increasing demand for meat, factory farms have become a necessary evil. In turn, this results in the further devastation of earth’s limited resources.

Today, the true costs of animal consumption are not yet adequately calculated in consumer prices at the grocery store. We must begin to include the cost of the environmental destruction. In addition, it is time to stop tax subsidies supporting the unsustainable practice of eating meat.

To produce one pound of beef, it takes: 2,500 gallons of water, 12 pounds of grain, 35 pounds of topsoil and the energy equivalent of one gallon of gasoline. In addition, 70-80% of US grain production is fed to livestock.

Your contribution to the environment by eating a whole-foods plant-based, healthy vegan diet:

  1. Adequate plants and grain to feed the 10 billion projected population by 2050

  2. Elimination of world hunger

  3. Stop or reduce animal waste contamination of soil and water

  4. A sustainable world for future generations

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