Vegan Diet vs Whole Food Plant Based Diet (WFPB) – Explaining The Difference

Dr. Klaper offers health advice on the difference between a vegan diet and a whole food plant based diet (WFPB). He explains that a vegan lifestyle removes all animal products from one’s life including wearing animal products. Eating a whole food plant based diet removes animal products from the diet and focuses on eating foods as close to their natural form as possible. He says to avoid processed and ‘junk’ vegan food that does not promote healthy eating.

Question: Could you help us to understand the difference between the terms “vegan” and “whole food plant-based” (WFPB)?

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Dr. Michael Klaper is an experienced physician, an internationally-recognized teacher, and sought-after speaker on health and wellness. He resolutely believes that proper nutrition — through a whole food plant based diet — and a balanced vegan lifestyle are essential for health. He offers health tips on vegan nutrition.

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