Positivity is contagious. That’s probably why Success Stories—first-hand accounts from people who have conquered diabetes, kidney disease, heart disease, obesity, and other conditions by adopting a whole-food, plant-based diet—are some of the most-shared posts on our website. Read on for the 10 most-shared Success Stories we published in 2019, and prepare to be inspired.
In just five months, David Rivest reversed a disease that millions spend decades just trying to manage.
A heart attack in his mid-60s impressed upon Rick McKeon the importance of changing his lifestyle. But he didn’t find the right formula until age 73, when he set some simple guidelines for himself and finally made healthy eating habits stick.
Brittany Jaroudi was only 25 years old when high cholesterol, obesity, and other health issues motivated her to change her diet and dramatically change her life.
Diabetes rates have reached record highs in recent years, impacting hundreds of millions of people worldwide and more than 30 million people in the U.S. alone. James William Booth shares how he reversed the disease and lost 150 pounds.
Exercise physiologist Drew Harrisberg details his reasons for quitting the keto diet and going plant-based instead.
At 27 years old, Dominique Linden was suffering from severe depression and obesity and related health problems.
Kelly Lawrence suffered from gradually worsening kidney disease for more than 20 years, but she didn’t want to begin dialysis. Fortunately, after adopting a plant-based diet, she didn’t need to.
A plant-based diet isn’t just helpful for overcoming obesity: It can lead to health transformations that are less obvious from the outside but nonetheless life-changing on the inside, such as in the case of Jennifer Sinyerd.
Otis’s doctor told him that his liver was too damaged to regenerate itself. Otis proved otherwise.
It really is possible to radically transform your health in very little time just by changing your diet, as this inspiring story from Sandra VanderMey demonstrates.
Ready to get started? Check out our Plant-Based Primer to learn more about adopting a whole-food, plant-based diet.