Plant Based Diet 101 Ebook

Plant Based Diet 101 by Luke Jones,

So, it’s here! 

Plant-Based Diet 101 – The Ultimate Guide to Health, Sustainable Eating Habits

Plant Based Diet 101 is a primer for anyone looking to improve their health, optimise their athletic performance, reduce their impact on the planet, and take their life to the next level.

It is a handbook of answers to your most frequently asked questions concerning nutrition, from the common pitfalls and main myths, to eating on a budget and finding new recipes.

With easy to follow guidelines and a laid back approach, the book provides you with all the tools you need to begin implementing positive changes. To help you embark on the plant based journey, and start creating healthy, lasting, sustainable eating habits for both you and your family.

The goal is to empower you. To use the simple change in diet as a catalyst for further growth. So you can realise your true health potential, and unlock the most authentic version of yourself.

Why this book?

I’ve been eating a plant-based diet for a while now, and it has benefited my life in so many ways.

I wrote this eBook so you could experience the same benefits that I have. I wanted to share with you the way I approach my diet, and give you the tools to start implementing changes into your life.

To help you develop healthy, sustainable eating habits, for weight control, athletic performance, and lasting wellness.

What does the book include?

I went over some of this in my last, post, but just in case you missed it…

In the book I’ve tried my best to share with you the answers to the most frequently asked questions when it comes to a whole-food, plant based diet. Just a few questions that we look at include:

  • What are the main benefits of eating this way?
  • How in the world will I get enough protein?
  • I have no money. Can I eat plant-based on a budget?
  • I’ve failed so may times before. How can I begin to implement changes?
  • What if my friends make fun of me and my family disown me?

And about thirty or so more of your most burning queries. From the big benefits and the main myths, to changing habits and finding new recipes, hopefully I’ve got you covered.

I do think that by the end of the book you’ll have all the tools you’ll need to embark on a healthier lifestyle, and achieve your goals.

“Really enjoyed your e-book, especially your non-judgemental approach. Kudos to you for being 100% plant based, but keeping the e-book informative and compassionate for those that may be less so. You’ve done a great job presenting the material in an easy to understand and approachable way.”

Jennie of Alaska Vegan


A few ground rules

I laid down a few rules for myself before writing this book:

1. Keep to the basics.

I could have tried to go all scientific on your ass, citing this study and that and going into detail about the complex biochemistry that goes on when we eat; but that’s not all too interesting to most people, me included. So I kept to the basics.

There’s still enough info in the book so that you’ll have a good understanding of plant based nutrition, but hopefully not so much that it will be overwhelming. Besides, there are references and links to further reading at the end for those of you who are really keen…

2. Make it practical.

There’s no point in having a load of information if you have no idea how to apply it, especially with nutrition. So I have tried my best to make the book as practical as possible, to give you the tools to actually start implementing changes into your life.

3. Make it accessible.

They say you should always target your book at a specific audience, but I don’t really agree with that. I wanted this book to be available and applicable to everyone. Whether you’re a full time vegan, or just plant curious. Sedentary or pro athlete. Big or small, wide or thin. Wealthy or no so. Whoever you are, this info could help you in some shape or form.

4. Don’t preach.

Yeah, this diet works well for me, and I know of many others who benefit from it too. That’s great. But the last thing I want do is force my views on others. I don’t wanna be that guy who’s always telling people how to live their lives. So in the book, I try to just share what works for me, and what the evidence I have seen shows.

All I ask in return is that you approach the book with an open mind, take what resonates with you, and throw away the rest. Deal? Cool.

How much?

You get the eBook: Plant Based Diet 101 sent straight to your inbox for a grand total of £4.97

And if you’re not satisfied, I offer a 100% money back guarantee. No questions asked.

So, if you’re ready to take a step closer to realising your health potential, click the button below to get started.

Once your payment has been confirmed, you will receive an email from Health Room with a link to the eBook.

You can also grab a copy for your kindle here

Why should I trust you?

Handstanding down the bayI’m Luke Jones: blogger, Imperial College graduate, fan of moving, plant-based nutritionist and creator this site, Health Room. I also contribute to other sites such as Mind Body Green and Natural News.

That’s me on the left, upside down…

I’ve used a plant-based diet to significantly improve the health conditions I developed in my late teens, and have also experienced improvements in my body composition and performance levels as an athlete.

It’s quite amazing the impact the diet has had on my life, and I have seen it do similar things for many others. Who knows, it might do the same for you?

So if you want to be someone who enjoys lasting health, achieves their weight loss goals and performs to their athletic potential, why not check out the book below?

Or pick up your kindle copy here


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Luke Jones

Luke Jones is a mover, blogger and wellness enthusiast. He spends his time exploring and sharing ideas in mindful movement, healthy living and adventure.

2 Responses to “Plant Based Diet 101 Ebook

  • Really enjoyed your e-book, especially your non-judgmental approach. I agree whole heartedly with the idea that 90% of calories should come from whole food, plant based sources, and the other 10% is ‘negotiable’. I think an all or nothing approach can be helpful for some, but it can also set up some unhealthy behaviors (obsessive, extremist, judgmental, etc). Kudos to you for being 100% plant based, but keeping the e-book informative and compassionate for those that may be less so. You’ve done a great job presenting the material in an easy to understand and approachable way. I love the inclusion of the Buddha quote – “Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it, no matter if I have said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense.” I had not heard it put exactly that way before, but I couldn’t agree more!

    • Thank you so much Jennie, that really means a lot!

      I tried my best to make sure it was accessible as possible, really cool that you feel it came across that way!

      I definitely agree that the all or nothing approach is not always the best for everyone. Like you said, the food can become an obsession for some, and stressing out over it might actually do more harm than if you were to give yourself a break and be more lenient.

      Really great to have some good feedback, thanks again and have a great day!


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