" We're here to facilitate your plant-based journey "

PlantPlate.com is here to provide the recipes, information, and practical advice needed to follow a healthy plant-based diet. Whether you're interested in improving your health, losing weight, or eating more sustainably, a whole foods plant-based diet may be the perfect solution for you.

My name's Emma, and I started PlantPlate in 2013 with the help of my husband Scott, a web developer and fellow plantivore. I’m a certified Plant-Based Nutritionist who loves to cook, and I've followed a plant-based diet for over a decade. Having lived in various locations throughout the world - sometimes on a shoestring budget, and often with irregular and demanding work schedules - I’ve had to constantly adapt my diet in order to make it work. It’s taught me a lot, and it’s motivated me to show others just how accessible and enjoyable this way of eating can be.

The recipes featured on PlantPlate are based on minimally processed plant foods, including fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes. They're free from all animal products, processed oils and refined carbohydrates, and are made with simple and affordable ingredients. Our articles are aimed at providing you with plant-based know-how when it comes to shopping, cooking, nutrition and day-to-day living. We have answers to common questions and share practical knowledge that we have acquired through experience. Finally, the resources section contains links to books, DVDs, and video presentations from some of the world's leading experts on plant-based nutrition. It is our hope that these resources will help you to fully understand and evaluate the health benefits of this wonderful way of eating.

Welcome to PlantPlate!  We hope you enjoy your visit. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to email us at contact@plantplate.com.

The information on this website is designed for educational purposes only. It is not intended to substitute for informed medical advice or care. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat health problems or illnesses without first consulting your doctor.


Looking for online resources? These are our favourite websites for learning about whole foods plant-based eating, nutrition, health, and the latest in scientific research.


Dr McDougall’s Health and Medical Centre: http://www.drmcdougall.com/

Dr McDougall's website contains loads of information on nutrition, diet, medicine, and treating common health problems. The website also has an index of over 1000 recipes from the McDougall Newsletters, a free 12-day dietary program, and a forum to discuss the diet and other related topics with fellow McDougallers.


T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies: http://nutritionstudies.org/

The website for Dr Colin Campbell's Center for Nutrition Studies promotes 'optimal nutrition through science-based education.' It features plenty of well-researched, informative articles as well as information on the Plant-Based Nutrition Certification course offered through eCornell.


Forks Over Knives Official Website: http://www.forksoverknives.com/

The official website of the 2011 documentary feature film has over 200 articles including personal testimonials, practical advice, research studies and environmental pieces. You'll also find information about the film, a webstore, and plenty of oil-free plant-based recipes.


The Engine 2 Diet: http://engine2diet.com/

The website for Rip Esselstyn's 'Engine 2 Diet' program features a very informative and helpful blog, where you can learn more about shopping, cooking, nutrition and health. You can also get information about taking part in the 'Engine 2 Challenge', or learn stretches and exercises from Rip himself!


Jeff Novick MS, RD. Blog: http://www.jeffnovick.com/RD/Home.html

Jeff's blog and articles are full of practical advice and sound science; he answers plenty of common questions about plant-based diets, nutrition, health and science. This is a great resource and learning tool for anyone interested in nutrition, or for anyone looking to defend their diet against naysayers!


The Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine: http://www.pcrm.org/

The official website of Dr Neal Barnard's non-profit organization promotes a plant-based diet, as well as preventive medicine and alternatives to animal research. It features up-to-date scientific information on nutrition and health, clinical research and education. From here you can join the 21-Day Vegan Kickstart program, find healthy plant-based recipes, or take part in the PCRM's 'Healthy School Lunch' initiative.


NutritionFacts.org: http://nutritionfacts.org/

NutritionFacts.org is an amazing resource that provides free updates on the latest in nutrition research. It features hundreds of short, easy-to-follow videos presented by Dr Michael Greger, and takes a solid science-based approach by analysing data and research on a huge range of health topics


Whole Foods Plant Based Health Australia: http://www.wholefoodsplantbasedhealth.com.au/


A fantastic and comprehensive resource, particularly for those residing in Australia and New Zealand. In addition to a medical practitioners list, the website features plenty of excellent introductory information, and discusses a wide range of plant-based nutrition topics.