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Eating. The typical American plate is 50% animal protein, 25% overcooked vegetables and 25% starch like white potatoes. At Reboot we urge you to MOVE THE DIAL and recreate your plate by shifting to 50% plant foods like vegetables and fruit, 25% lean protein and 25% whole grain. Fruits and vegetables pack a powerful nutritious punch so eating more of them is a good way to stay healthy and live longer.

Healthy Recipes. Vegan, gluten-free, paleo, raw -- whatever your diet, even if it's meat and potatoes, we have plenty of recipes that will inspire you to eat more fruits, veggies and whole grains.

Health Properties. Have a specific health condition or concern? Learn more about what fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices can help.

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How to Eat Out at a Restaurant

A Nutritionist Explains: How to Stick to Your Reboot at a Restaurant

Posted on04/22/14

Written by Isabel Smith - Reboot Nutrition Advisor

Choosing healthful options on a restaurant menu can be a challenge for even the most seasoned healthy eater so it can be especially challenging to find healthy, simple, and plant-based options on a menu while trying to stick to a Reboot. For many it may seem easier to decline invitations to dine out while Rebooting, but it’s important to make and keep connections with others while making lifestyle changes, as these connections may actually facilitate the major change by boosting mood and confidence. Use our tips to make navigating a restaurant menu or social event while Rebooting a bit more simple.

Strawberry Basil Mac Salad

Meatless Monday: Strawberry, Basil & Macadamia Salad

Posted on04/21/14

Written by Claire Georgiou, Reboot Naturopath, B.HSc ND

I love salads all year round, no matter what the weather is like, and this is one of my favourites. The strawberries give the salad a sweet lovely taste among the healthy greens combined with the crunchy texture from the lightly toasted nuts. The touch of basil completes it perfectly!