This simple gluten free pasta dish is perfect for summer weather. It is vegetarian, however, with one simple swap it becomes vegan. The fresh flavours pair well with our high protein, high fibre, edamame bean pasta.
This simple vegan recipe contains a massive 5 portions of vegetables! A versatile plant based meal, easily adapted with any leftovers you have. Alternatively, why not share it as a side salad with grilled meat or fish if you are not vegan.
This Buddha bowl was inspired by the planetary health diet. Liberto Edamame Fettuccine makes the perfect base, ready to be adorned with other plant goodies of your choice!
Coat our edamame spaghetti with this delicious vegan pesto for a super simple, plant packed supper.
Looking for a low effort health kick? This shake recipe is super simple, and uses store-cupboard ingredients for those busy January mornings.
This Vegan bolognese works perfectly with our Edamame Spaghetti. Delicious for Vegans and non-vegans alike, a dish the whole family will enjoy.
These bitesize beauties use only three ingredients and take minutes to prepare.
It’s definitely easy to overdo it at the holidays. So why not bake a healthier mince pie?
Brighten a cold and wintry morning with this indulgent tasting, high fibre, high protein breakfast. Using our Liberto shake boosts the protein content by over 10g!
These chestnut protein balls make a healthy on-the-go snack with great autumnal flavour. Made with Liberto organic vanilla-flavoured protein shake and chestnut puree, these tasty little treats can be prepped in less than 15 minutes. No baking necessary!
Many thanks to Instagrammer @monika_heathyliving for sharing this recipe with us!
At Liberto we love to offer great tasting food that is good for our health. We also love to read the most current evidence about how our diet can impact our families’ health for the future.
This recently published study looked at the effects of swapping portions of animal protein for plant protein on heart health.
If you have little more time, use our ProYo to make overnight oats.
We were inspired by @romylondonuk to make some protein balls of our own. These almond, vanilla & coconut balls are the perfect healthy snack or post workout fuel! Vegan, dairy free, gluten free, plant based, raw – they tick all the boxes!
We were inspired by @romylondonuk to make some protein balls of our own. These ‘truffles’ are the ultimate raw, dairy free, gluten free, vegan, protein packed, guilt free treat! Enjoy!
Boost your morning with our super simple Vegan protein porridge.
Warm up a chilly morning with our hot dark chocolate and sour cherry protein shake!
Our Vegan Protein Shakes are super powered by select additional ingredients. In this series of blogs we will go through why we hand selected each addition to boost our shakes! To begin, our super seed mix!
Get some quick recipe inspiration…..!
Our new range of vegan protein shakes are made using pea protein.
We have very exciting news to share with you! We’ve been busy developing a new range of Vegan Protein Shakes.
A portion of Liberto bean pasta really packs a punch….
So creamy you won’t believe it’s vegan!
Did you know Liberto Edamame Spaghetti also works well as a noodle?
A winner of our recent recipe competition by Georgie Jackman, London.
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A nutritious quick and simple supper.
A new study has been published by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) showing the health benefits of plant protein.
The study analysed a large group of people’s diet and their risk of mortality (death) over a period of 32 years.
They found that people who ate more plant based protein had a lower risk of death. They also found that by replacing protein from meat sources with protein from plant sources risk of death could be cut by as much as 34%! This largest reduction in risk came from reducing intake of red processed meat (e.g. sausages & burgers).
Interestingly this study found that people who ate the highest amounts of meat protein were more likely to be heavier, less physically active, have higher intakes of saturated fat and lower intakes of fibre. People with high intakes of meat protein also had higher risk of death from cardiovascular disease.
As you may expect people who ate more plant protein had healthier diets and lifestyles. It seems our sources of protein (whether plant or meat) can be a marker of a healthy diet, this is because we need to consider which other nutrients come ‘packaged’ with the protein. For example, plant based protein is often packaged with fibre, vitamins, minerals and low levels of fat. Whereas, red meat protein is packaged with saturated fat, sodium and nitrates.
The authors of this study concluded:
‘Public health recommendations should focus on improvement of protein sources.’
This means increasing intake of plant based proteins, and cutting down on meat protein especially processed and red meat.
This study provides more convincing evidence that we should all be focusing on a plant based diet for our future health and happiness.
For tips on how to make your diet more plant based click here to see our blog post on the topic.
To read the study in full on JAMA’s website click here.
Reference: Song M, et al. Association of animal and plant protein intake with all-cause and cause-specific mortality. JAMA Internal Medicine 2016.
An introduction to Plant Based Eating.