Do the recipes have nutritional information?

Updated 8 months ago by Pierre Wooldridge

Yes, nutritional information is available for all recipes.

On each recipe, you'll see a collection of green icons at the top of the page. Simply hover over the (i) symbol to view the nutritional information for that recipe.

Please note that the nutritional information is an estimate generated by a third-party service. If you require more precise information we encourage you to use a tool like Cronometer.

In general, unless you have a medical condition that requires it, we don’t encourage nutrient tallying and calorie counting, which can create more problems than they solve.

With a whole-food, plant-based diet, our advisors recommend that you eat until you’re comfortably satiated instead of counting calories. The higher water and fiber content of whole plantfoods means you will feel more satisfied on fewer calories when compared to the same volume of animal or highly processed foods. (Whole plant foods are also more dense in nutrients than animal-based and processed foods, so you’ll also get a nutritional advantage.) .

We have included a couple of articles below that relate to nutrition that you may find interesting.

How Eating More Can Help You Weigh Less


The Calorie Density Approach to Nutrition and Lifelong Weight Management


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