Tomatoes Red Vegan Café offers Plant-Based Healing Food for the Cells that can help people to lose weight, reverse some chronic diseases thru eating nutrient-dense food that provide the cells to keep the entire body healthy.
Our meals are patterned with PCRM (Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine) Power Plate, Dr. John McDougall Program, Plant Pure Nations, Dr. Hans Diehl principle in CHIP (Complete Health Improvement Program) EAT MORE, WEIGH LESS thru understanding the energy in our food.
It consists of colorful fruits, vegetables, legumes and whole grains. They were cooked naturally without oil, preservatives, added coloring and any highly unprocessed ingredients.
Whole, Plant based foods have lower calorie density than animal products and processed foods, which means that you will need to eat larger, not smaller portions. They also have a lot more bulk because they contain more fiber and water than the Standard American Diet (SAD) food
“…in switching over to a plant based diet, most people are able to reverse their heart disease, decrease their cholesterol, lower their blood pressure, cure type II or significantly improve type I diabetes, effortlessly reduce their weight, and eliminate their chronic and nagging aches and pains.”
- Alona Pulde, MD and Matthew Lederman, MD
“By eating these whole foods, and getting away from processed foods, getting away from the dairy, and anything with a mother, anything with a face – meat, fish and chicken – it’s incredible how powerful the body can be. If we are going to have a seismic revolution of health in this country, which is really right at our fingertips, then the major behavior that has to change is our food. That is absolutely the key card, it trumps everything.”
- Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr., MD
Studies around the world have clearly shown that those populations consuming the most animal protein and fat and the least starchy calories have the most overweight and diabetes.”
- Hans Diehl, DrHSc, MPH
“There appears to be no threshold of plant-food enrichment or minimization of animal product intake beyond which further disease prevention does not occur. These findings suggest that even small intakes of foods of animal origin are associated with significant increases in plasma cholesterol concentration, which are associated, in turn, with significant increases in chronic degenerative disease mortality rates.”
- T. C. Campbell and C. Junshi, Am. J. Clin.