WFPB transition resources

What to eat

How to eat


Mary McDougall gives practical tips on how to make it work by keeping it simple, meal planning, centering meals around the starch and keeping the kitchen well stocked.

Dealing with others

When we first come to understand the huge benefits of whole food plant-based eating, we want to shout from the mountaintops and encourage all our family and friends to eat this way too. Sadly, our enthusiasm is more likely to result in push-back rather than interest. Here are some resources to help you deal with the lack of interest and criticism you receive:

Key websites:

McDougall Program & Dr McDougall’s Health & Medical Centre. Lots of resources available here – have a look at the health and science topics, check out the Free McDougall program for meal plans and advice on getting started, search the newsletter archives, browse the testimonials for inspiration from others’ journeys. Have a read of the 3 newsletter articles – Mary in your kitchen, Mary McDougall’s tips for changing your lifestyle:

PlantPlate – excellent articles written to help you transition to plant-based eating. Check out these links:

PCRM – Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine:

See also: Websites

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Page last updated 22 March 2017