As plant-based recipe creators, we spend copious amounts of time and energy trying to show folks that you don’t have to miss out when it comes to food. There’s an abundance of curries, cakes, cookies, pasta and pastries that you can make from the comfort of your home.

However, we’re quickly closing in our 33rd birthdays and we acknowledge that what used to work for us even a couple of years ago to stay healthy, doesn’t do it anymore. Our metabolisms have slowed down, and with that, we’ve had to change how we approach our eating and exercise moving forward. 

This episode will give you peek behind the scenes of the intentional decisions we’re making to be more healthy as we age and how we plan to integrate those changes into The Minimalist Vegan.

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4 Comments

  1. I would be interested to know if there is consistency between this way of looking at 3 body types and the Ayurvedic approach of pitta, kapha and vata types, and the recommendations for these. If you fancy another deep dive!

  2. I love this. I’m a long term vegetarian and a few years vegan, 66 and very much more focused now on healthy vegan eating (cooking without salt and oil for example). I have collected thousands of recipes but what I need is just what you are talking about here. It’s how to sustain satisfying healthy simple (minimalist!) everyday eating. I would be interested in your experience revisiting existing recipes and talking about how you adapt them over time for health, for variety, and for easy daily or weekly routines.

    1. It’s comforting to see that you’re looking for similar ideas! We’re currently looking at some new recipe ideas that will hopefully tick these boxes. Thanks for tuning in to the episode and taking the time to share your experience with us.

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