PPC’s Info Sheet: Dining at Restaurants & Fast Food Chains – This document has been translated into Spanish.
Provides tips for choosing healthy, plant-based dining options at restaurants and fast food chains.
PPC’s Info Sheet: WFPB Diet Explained for the Individual – This document has been translated into Spanish.
Explains the differences between Vegan, Vegetarian, and WFPB diets.
PPC’s Info Sheet: Breakfast, Snacks, and Meal Tips Guide – This document has been translated into Spanish.
Provides ideas for quick and easy options for WFPB breakfasts and snacks, as well as tips for flavouring meals.
PPC’s Info Sheet: Everyday Plant-Based Substitutions – This document has been translated into Spanish.
Traditional family favorites can easily be transformed into delicious WFPB meals using this list of plant-based substitutions for non-WFPB items like meat, eggs, dairy, and oils. A little ingredient substitution goes a long way.
It can be incredible to learn that a whole food, plant-based diet can both improve your health and save you money. Check out these ideas for low-cost healthy food shopping and consider what works best for you.
Local Coordinators can show this slideshow presentation to Oasis Jumpstart Participants to demonstrate how a whole food, plant-based diet can help save money. The Info Sheet: Affordable Healthy Eating was designed to share with participants to accompany the presentation.
The Physicians Committee’s Vegetarian Starter Guide is designed to help people understand why and how a transition to a plant-based lifestyle can be done in simple, effective steps. Although the title includes the term, “vegetarian,” it is applicable to vegans.
Note: This link will take you away from PPC’s website to PCRM’s website.
This document is a guide to help make sure key points are covered during the day of the kickoff and help get the Jumpstart off on the right foot!
This document is a guide to help make sure key points are covered during the final day of the the 10-day Jumpstart.
This document is an example of a flyer that PPC can create for the local coordinating group to be used to inform and acquire Oasis Jumpstart participants.
The local organization may choose any source of whole food, plant based (WFPB) meals to offer participants and will be responsible for purchasing the food. If the local group chooses to use the WFPB frozen meals or the Kitchen Starter meals offered through PlantPure, Inc., PPC should be able to secure reduced pricing for the Pilot. The cost of the food to the Program participants will depend on i) the need of participants; and ii) funding sources secured to reduce the overall cost of the Pilot.
This Info Sheet was created to help guide nonprofits, Pods, and other local groups who want to conduct an Oasis Jumpstart in an underserved area in their neighborhood.
Template for Outreach to Prospective Oasis Sponsors
(A Microsoft Word document will download when you click the link)
The local organization may use this Template to reach out to prospective sponsors of an Oasis Pilot.
The role of the Healthcare Resource Person is to offer general information and guidance on plant-based nutrition and the biomarker testing process to Oasis Program participants.
This spreadsheet should be used to submit the de-identified biometric data for all participants to PlantPure Communities.
This form is to be completed and submitted by local coordinators only. They may use it to evaluate the program’s impact and candidly share their thoughts and experiences.
This form is to be completed and submitted by participants only. They may use it to evaluate the program’s impact and candidly share their thoughts and experiences.
This website offers numerous whole food, plant-based recipes that will help Oasis Jumpstart Program participants sustain their healthy. plant-based diet.
Note: This link will take you away from PPC’s website to PlantPure, Inc.’s website.
This page contains a list of the toolkits, info sheets, e-books, frequently asked questions, and important links that are likely to help Oasis Program participants increase the long-term success of their plant-based diet.