Let the Love-Powered Diet Heal You!

Fill your plate with fiber-rich foods to help keep you full! One of fiber’s greatest attributes is its ability to tackle your appetite. Here’s how it works: In your stomach, fiber holds water, so it’s heavy enough to trick your stomach into thinking you have eaten quite a lot before you’ve eaten too many calories. High-fiber foods satisfy your appetite with fewer calories. Fiber is in beans, vegetables, fruits, and whole grains. You won’t find any fiber at all in meats, dairy products, or eggs.

Great Seal of the Navajo Nation
Welcome Vice President Jonathan Nez of the Navajo Nation and the Diné Power Plate Healthy Eating Challenge Participants from Window Rock, Arizona!

Today's Meal Plan:
  • Breakfast: Oatmeal or cereal with plant-based milk of your choice
  • Lunch: Vegan cup of soup (McDougall's or Amy's) with whole-grain bread
  • Snack: Orange slices
  • Dinner: DIY Dinner Bowl
  • Dessert: Oatmeal Banana Bites

A Message from Victoria Moran


As you’ll soon discover, eating a whole-foods, plant-based diet will enliven your inner love and provide peace. Spend the day looking inward and becoming aware of your unconditional love for yourself and your health. This will make a profound impact on how you treat your body and soul. Inner changes include the ability to make positive, loving food choices. No matter what your body size, choose foods that express love for yourself and the world in general, including nonhuman animals and the environment. Eat, love, and live.

For a few of my nutrition tips, visit my Kickstart page >

Oatmeal Banana Bites

Susan Says:

Whole grains are often stripped of their fiber, fat, and protein to make them more shelf-stable in foods such as white rice and white bread. Stick to whole grains and reap the advantages of their natural goodness. Think oatmeal, brown rice, and barley!