A new food magazine which explains and promotes the benefits of eating a plant-based diet has been released onto the Australasian market.

Whole Food Living aims to define the difference between eating plant-based and what a growing number of medical professionals now call whole food plant-based or evidence-based eating.

“Plant-based eating is becoming increasingly popular,” says editor Peter Barclay, “but to this point, none of the traditional food magazines have defined or explained to any depth what makes it healthy.”

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“And there is a lot of confusion out there. Some publications say a plant-based diet can still be healthy even when it contains products that are known to cause inflammation.”

A key feature of the new publication is its focus on optimal health and how to achieve it. Several of the contributing writers to the first issue are practising medical doctors.

“Future issues won’t always contain so many medical professionals perhaps but, in Whole Food Living, they will always have their place. Many of our general practitioners are beginning to speak out. They’re very concerned about the type of health issues we now face and have even put a label on them, they call them lifestyle illnesses.”

Barclay says the evidence-based eating ethos is to encourage people to examine what they’re currently eating and why.

“It’s about reviewing assumptions we make around food and asking ourselves why we believe certain things about protein especially, plus a host of other things. More than anything the magazine is all about why so many of us are becoming sick.”

The first issue has been made available free online while individual copies of the print publication are available for the cost of post and packaging.

Barclay says full production on the quarterly publication will commence early in the new year. And last but certainly not least, Whole Food Living also contains a host of plant-based recipes.

“Oh, did I forget to mention the food? Well, not really, but there would be little point in producing a publication about healthy plant-based eating if we didn’t show what it consists of. That’s something we’ll be delving into deeply in the New Year with sound guides and practical advice.”

Currently, Whole Food Living is available in a limited number of stores but future copies will be sold by subscription and through supporting outlets.

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Peter Barclay – WFL Editor

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