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Open to anyone interested in learning and sharing information about healthy, plant-centered food choices.  -f  


Thurs., July 15, 6:30 pm. Plant-Centered Eating for the Family: Healthy and Simple 
Cooking demo & information at Delmont Library, with Brittany Jaroudi & Sally Lipsky. Register Here.
Sat., July 24, 12-5 pm Vegan Expo at Monroeville Convention Center. Plant-Based PGH will be there! Stop by our table to say hello! Plus, presentations by Plant-Based Pgh. members:
12:50-1:05 pm S
imple Guide to Healthy Vegan Eating with Sally Lipsky 
1:05-1:20 pm
How Phytochemicals Control Cancer with Dr. Dominick Brandy
> Get 
Tickets: $4 in advance; $5 at the door (free for kids 17
& under)

Watch our JUNE Presentations on YouTube
> Summer Cookout: Carrot Dogs! with Brittany Absher on Plant-Based Pittsburgh 
> Nutrition for Families with Dr. Reshma Shah & Brenda Davis on PlantPure Communities

Healthy School Lunchesa FREE course from PlantPure Communities!
 
Creative SALADS from Susan Greenberg, includes:
* HAWAIIAN QUINOA SALAD
* MEDITERRANEAN COUSCOUS SALAD 
* BLACK-EYED PEA SALAD 
* SUMMER CAULIFLOWER SALAD

Smoky Tofu Gyro with Tzatziki Sauce from Lulu Herold
Summer SOUPS includes:
* CORN SOUP
* ZUCCHINI, CORN, and BLACK BEAN SOUP
* GAZPACHO

Chocolate Mousse from Susan Greenberg
 
Article with advice from Thomas Campbell, MD
> Regularly indulgencing in non-WFPB foods gives your brain the green light to entertain temptations & cravings. It’s what the brain does; very few people win that battle.
> Few people are obsessive enough & routine enough to eat pristinely all the time.
> At home & everyday settings, strive for 100% compliance. Interacting with rest of the world is trickier.
> Since 100% compliant means rarely eating out
& limiting most social eating, occasionally eat out, make the best choices, but do not obsess over some oil in a meal.
> If struggling with advanced disease or severe condition, it may be worth the cost of being 100% strict to avoid temptation.
> We live in an environment that pulls us in the wrong direction all the time, so choose wisely!
COVID-19: New study highlights potential role of diet  "Healthcare professionals eating a plant-based diet were 73% less likely to experience moderate to severe COVID-19 ... people eating a low carb, high protein diet were four times more likely to develop moderate to severe COVID-19 symptoms." (Medical News Today)


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