Learn 200+ Recipes to Help Prevent & Reverse Disease

Everything you need to eat a Plant Based Diet at home today.

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Instructors: Dr Achyuthan Eswar


Many diabetics today experience increasing sugar levels, increasing medications and worsening symptoms. Did you know, while medications help control the symptoms of diabetes, removing the root causes can help the body heal itself?
Nutrition Science has proven that diabetes is preventable, treatable and in some cases, even reversible through Evidence-based Lifestyle Changes.
Join now and get access to a FREE 40 minute Recording of a Live Class on Reversing Diabetes through Food by Dr. Achyuthan Eswar, Lifestyle Physician and Co-founder, NutritionScience.in. He has helped hundreds of patients treat and even reverse diabetes.

Why this course?

Get Access to Plant-based Recipes Now!

Kickstart your journey towards better health with 200+ whole food plant based recipes.

What you'll get:

  • 200+ Whole Food Plant Based Recipes from all over India and some from Around the World

What's special about Plant Based Recipes:

  • Learn the ONLY diet proven to prevent and reverse heart disease, the number one killer in the world
  • Enjoy the course from the comfort of your home
  • Join our online community and learn from experts!

How can you benefit from Plant Based Recipes?

  • Wake up feeling fresh. Stay energetic throughout the day.
  • Effortlessly move towards your ideal weight
  • Start treating high cholesterol, diabetes and hypertension and reduce your dependency on medications!

Why Choose Plant-based Diet?

A Whole Food Plant Based Diet is the only diet scientifically proven to prevent and reverse Heart Disease, as well as treat other chronic lifestyle diseases like Type 2 Diabetes, Hypertension and Obesity. Following the best available balance of evidence, a whole food plant based diet is a way of eating that eliminates animal foods and processed foods. This way of eating includes food that is from plant sources only like fruits, vegetables, pulses and legumes, nuts, whole grains, herbs and spices and mushrooms!


Disease Prevention

It aids in the prevention and reversal of chronic lifestyle diseases like Type 2 Diabetes, Hypertension, Obesity, Heart disease, Asthma, PCOS, and many others.


Eat More, Weigh Less

It helps one reach our ideal weight by eating delicious Whole Food Plant Based meals everyday, without starvation or strict portion control


Better Quality of Life

It helps improve our quality of life. We feel more active and energetic on a Whole Food Plant Based Diet, have better skin and hair, are in a better mood, improves ability to focus among other things



200 + Delicious Recipes


Nutritional Highlights in each recipe


Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Snacks


Easy to Cook Meals with Everyday Ingredients


Enjoy Recipes from All over India


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Complete Introduction to a Plant Based Diet


Access to Evidence Based Videos and Blogs by Dr. Achyuthan Eswar


Community Support from the NutritionScience.in Team



In his quest to learn how to heal without medicine, Dr. Achyuthan Eswar explored different streams of medicine before choosing to study BNYS at India's leading College of Naturopathy and Yoga, SDMCNYS. This was following his mother’s recovery from Migraine and Sinusitis without medication, through diet, exercise and other positive lifestyle changes. Subsequently, his grandparents also successfully reversed Diabetes and Hypertension respectively and Obesity without medication.
Inspired by the transformation of his family, Dr. Eswar decided to dedicate his life to empowering people to #BeYourOwnDoc using the latest, evidence-based nutrition and lifestyle medicine. After staying back to head a 100-member team in setting up an exhibition on Naturopathy and Yoga for the International Conference on Yoga and Naturopathy, Dr. Eswar co-founded PHC Lifestyle Clinic and NutritionScience.in, an evidence-based nutrition website. His clinic and website have reached 20,000+ people today, spearheading the lifestyle medicine revolution in India.
Dr. Eswar also co-founded SampoornaAhara.com India's first Whole Food Plant Based kitchen and food delivery service, with the singular aim of enabling the reach of Whole Food Plant Based food on every plate.


A recreational athlete, Shyamala adopted a whole food plant based diet in 2016 and has not looked back since. Driven by her personal success in the fitness space after transitioning to a plant based lifestyle, Shyamala went on to research and understand the science behind a whole food plant based diet. She is certified in plant based nutrition by eCornell and T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and writes extensively on the evidence based benefits of a plant based diet both for overall long-term physical health and athletic performance among other things.
Her work in the field of Solid Waste Management on awareness, advocacy and behaviour change converges with her work in the field of health and wellness and fitness towards building a holistic lifestyle.


Join the plant based revolution today! Complete our FREE Plant-based Chef Kickstart and start your journey towards perfect health while enjoying delicious food everyday! Join the likes of Venus Willams, Novak Djokivic, Joaquin Phoenix, Virat Kohli, Sonam Kapoor, Sonakshi Sinha, Mallika Sherawat, and many more in building a Plant Based Future.


"Thank you Dr. Eswar and your team for this wonderful and very clear presentation of how to be on the plant-based diet without missing any of our day-to-day foods that we are used to. I am a vegetarian , but have learnt how to be vegan by not using oil or any dairy products. Once again thanks for your Guidance."

Radhika Mukund

"Lovely guidance and recipes. Thank you again🙏🙏 I am amazed by the variety of food that I am cooking for the past five days! It has been therapeutic, a blessed connection with body n food ♥️"

Nanda S

"Thank you for giving the recipes this way. I used to find it difficult and was contemplating how to make everyday dishes healthier. It was insightful to know how they were altered to make it plant based."

 Padma Karthik

Course Curriculum

Live Classes
LIVE: Whole Food Plant Based Diet - A Refresh intro and Q+A
Freedom From Hypertension Through Food
Achieve and Maintain your Ideal Weight
If you had gestational diabetes, will you get it again?
Healthiest Way to Cook Jowar
LIVE: Reversing Diabetes Through Food
Getting Started
Download Kitchen Replacement Chart
Healthy Alternative Recipes
Date Syrup Recipe
Peanut Butter Recipe
Almond Butter Recipe
Potato Cheese Recipe
Cashew Parmesan Cheese Recipe
Tila Udhak Recipe | Ellu Neeru Recipe | Sesame Mylk Recipe
Moonga Udhak Recipe | Green Gram Mylk Recipe
Coconut Thambuli Recipe | Dairy Free Buttermilk Thambli
Raw Vegan Raita Recipe
Tender Coconut Instant Curds Recipe
Dairy-free Vegan Capsicum Raisin Raita Recipe
Vellarikkai Pacchadi Recipe | Cucumber Raitha Recipe
Smoothie Recipes
Tomato Mint Juice Recipe | Smoothie Recipe
Papaya Orange Smoothie Recipe
Banana Chia Seed Smoothie Recipe
Green Smoothie Recipe
Salad, Dressing & Pickle Recipes
Watermelon Relish
Apple Pomegranate Salad | Fruit Salad Recipe
Guava Banana Salad Recipe
Muskmelon Dry Fruit Salad Recipe
Creamy Mango Bowl Recipe
Banana & Pear Salad
Bale Hannina Rasayana Recipe
Going Nuts Salad Recipe
Raw Stuffed Bhindi Recipe | Stuffed Okra Recipe
Radish Lettuce Salad with Garlic Vinaigrette Recipe
Spicy Cabbage Peanut Salad Recipe | Thai Salad Recipe
Mediterranean Salad Recipe
Thai Papaya Salad | Easy Som Tam Salad Recipes
Moong Sprouts Kosambari Recipe | Traditional Indian Salad
Southekaayi Amla Kosambari Recipe | Vegan Cucumber Lentil Gooseberry Salad
Fresh Amla Pickle Recipe
Radish Pickle Recipe
Cabbage Pickle Recipe
Chaat Recipes
Methi Sprout Chaat Recipe
Moong Sprouts & Aloo Chaat Recipe
Ompudi Recipe | Sev Recipe for Sev Puri Chaat Recipe
South Indian Gravy Curry Recipes
Vale Bajji Ambat Recipe | Malabar Spinach Curry Recipe from Western Ghats
Manathakkali Keerai Masiyal Recipe
Kadala Curry Recipe
Kerala Vegetable Stew Recipe
Ridge Gourd Curry Recipe
Chakotha Masiyal | Keerai Masiyal Recipe
Pineapple Relish Recipe
Olan Recipe with Ashgourd & Cowpeas
Amte Kai Huli Recipe | Konkani Recipe
Avial Recipe
Pasala Keerai Molagootal Recipe | Malabar Spinach Pepper Stew Recipe
Veg Kurma Recipe
Jicken Curry | Raw Jackfruit Mock Chicken Curry
Oil-free Brinjal Curry | Badanekai Saaru
North Indian Stir Fries & Dry Veg Recipes
Pan Tossed Carrot & Gobi Recipe
Masala Bhindi Recipe Without Oil | Spiced Okra Recipe
Baingan Aloo Recipe | One Pot Brinjal Potato Curry
Radish Mustard Stir Fry | Radish Recipe with Mustard Seed | Stir Fry Recipes
South Indian Stir Fry & Dry Veg Recipes
Beans Paruppu Usili Recipe
Vazhakkai Podimas Recipe | Raw Banana Recipe
Cabbage Curry Recipe
Keerai Poriyal Recipe
Palak Keerai Masiyal Recipe
Pumpkin Curry Recipe
Mathanga Erissery Recipe | Pumpkin Curry
Colocasia Sepankizhangu Podi Pota Poriyal
Hesaru Kaalu Recipe
Tendli Sukka Recipe | Oil-free Ivy Gourd Curry
Yummy Yam Sabzi Recipe
Chow Chow Recipe | Squash Chayote Poriyal Recipe
Kootu Recipes
Paruppu Keerai Kootu Recipe | Purselane Lentil Stew
Kathirikai Kootu Recipe | Brinjal Lentil Curry Recipe
Ceylon Kootu with Ceylon Cinnamon Recipe
Karnataka Knol Kohl Kootu | Oil-free Kohlrabi Lentil Curry from Karnataka
Thandu Keerai Kootu Recipe | Amaranthus Lentil Stew
Sambar & Saaru Recipes
Majjige Huli Recipe | Mor Kuzhambu Recipe | Buttermylk Curry
Harive Soppu Saaru Recipe | Dantina Soppu Saaru Recipe
Vendakkai Sambar Recipe without Tamarind | Okra or Bhindi Sambar Lentil Stew Recipe
Chettinad Paruppu Urundai Kuzhambu Recipe
Kokum Knol Kohl Sambar Recipe | Kohlrabi Recipes
Massoppu Saaru Recipe
Dal & North Indian Gravy Recipes
Moong Dal Recipe
Rajma Masala Recipe
Vegan Chana Masala Recipe | Chickpea Curry Recipe
Oil-free Gobi Matar Tofu Gravy Recipe
Pitla Recipe | Jhunka Gravy | Gram Flour Curry
Vegan Tofu Amaranthus Gravy Recipe
'Paneer' Butter Masala Recipe
Broccoli Palak Masala Recipe
Vegan Dal Makhani Recipe
Sarson ka Saag Recipe
Navratan Korma Recipe
Rasam Recipes
Garlic Rasam Recipe | Garlic Benefits with Minced Garlic | Poondu Rasam
Obbattu Saaru Recipe
Milagu Kuzhambu Recipe | Oil-free Pepper Broth
Chutney & Dip Recipes
Manga Thuvaiyal Recipe | Raw Mango Chutney Recipe
Green Chutney Recipe | Coriander Pudina Chutney Recipe
Peanut Chutney Recipe | Shenga Chutney Recipe
Onion Tomato Chutney
Karuvepilai Thuvaiyal Recipe | Curry Leaves Chutney Recipe
Ridge Gourd Chutney
Amte Kai Coconut Chutney Recipe | Konkani Recipes
Inji Thuvaiyal | Ginger Chutney
Amte Kai Chutney Recipe | Ambade Ambarella or Hog Plum Dip
Coconut Chutney Recipe
Peanut Flaxseed Chutney Recipe | With Homemade Peanut Butter
Dosa Recipes
Adai Recipe | Adai Dosa Recipe | Adai Dosai
Roti Recipes
Jowar Roti Recipe | Roti Bakar | Sorghum Millet Flatbread
Ragi Roti Recipe
Methi Paratha Recipe
Makki ki Roti Recipe | Punjabi Maize Flatbread
Aloo Paratha Recipe
Mooli Paratha Recipe | Oil-free Radish & Whole Wheat Flatbread
Bajra Roti Recipe | Roti Bakar | Oil-free Pearl Millet Flatbread
Whole Wheat Roti Recipe
Tiffin Recipes
Kumbalkai Kottige Kadubu Recipe
Foxtail Millet Rava Upma Recipe
Nuchinunde Recipe
Jowar Rava Upma Recipe
Red Rice Puttu Recipe
Dill Kadubu Recipe
Akki Roti Recipe
Jolada Kadubu
Onion Uthappam Recipe | Indian Dosa Recipe
Ragi Mudde Recipe
Pidi Kozhukattai Recipe | Steamed Broken Grain Dumplings
Easy Poha Recipe | Unpolished Rice Avalakki Flattened Rice
Rice Recipes
Red Rice Recipe
Brown Rice Recipe
Kodo Millet Rice Recipe
Foxtail Millet Rice
Proso Millet Rice
Jeera Rice Recipe with Basmati Brown Rice
Burnt Garlic Fried Rice | Thai Fried Rice Recipe with Roasted Garlic
Foxtail Millet Veg Pulao Recipe
Mexican Rice Recipe
Coconut Rice Recipe
Bisi Bele Bath Recipe | With Bisi Bele Bath Powder Recipe
Dal Khichdi Recipe
Pulihora Recipe | Kokum Rice Recipe
Veg Peas Pulao with Brown Basmati Rice
Pongal Recipe | Foxtail Millet Ven Pongal Recipe
Dairy-free Foxtail Millet Curd Rice Recipe | Samai Mosaranna
Oil-free Mushroom Biryani Recipe
Lemon Rice Recipe
Continental & Asian Recipes
Whole Wheat Sandwich
Pasta Integrale Recipe | Handmade Whole Wheat Tagliatelle Pasta Recipe
Baked Sweet Potato Wedges Recipe
Bok Choy Stir Fry Recipe
Thai Yellow Curry Recipe
Hummus Recipe
Guacamole Recipe
Raita & Pacchadi Recipes
Onion Raita Recipe
Indian Dessert Recipes
Paithama Laddoo Recipe | Lentil Laddoo | Diwali Special Recipe
Jowar Gujiya Recipe | Dumpling Recipe | Dumplings Recipe
Sukku Vellam Recipe | Sugar Free & Jaggery Free Ginger Laddoo Recipe
Jowar Puran Poli Recipe | Oil-free Obbattu Recipe
Methi Payasam Recipe | Methi Recipe During Pregnancy
Sukrunde Recipe | Udupi Recipes | Green Gram Stuffed Dumpling Recipe
Dry Fruit Laddoo Recipe
Chocolate Black Rice Payasam
Ukkarai Recipe Without Ghee | Okkarai Recipe | Diwali Recipe
Badam Barfi Recipe
Sakkarai Pongal Recipe | Sugar Free Pongal Recipe Sweet
Moong Dal Kheer with Raisins & Elaichi
Exotic Dessert Recipes
Raw Coconut Blueberry Cheesecake Recipe
Sweet Potato Chocolate Ice Cream Recipe
Kuih Binka Ubi Recipe | How to Make Cassava ka Halwa
Raw Vegan Mango Parfait Recipe
Snack Recipes
Soya Flaxseed Vada Recipe
Zero Oil Fried Tofu Recipe
Chana Sundal Recipe
Barnyard Millet Ribbon Pakoda Recipe
Scrambled Eggs with Tofu Recipe
Dill Cabbage Vada Recipe
Jhunka Vada Recipe | Oil-free Zunka Bhakar
Cheezy Popcorn Recipe
Jowar Sweet Diamond Biscuits Recipe | Diwali Recipes
Mixed Greens & Sweet Potato Kebab Recipe
Baked Mirchi Bajji Recipe
Gobi Manchurian Recipe
Baked Oil Free Veg Falafel Recipe
Baked Zero Oil Mixture Recipe | Diwali Recipe
Baked Onion Pakoda Recipe
Tea, Herbal & Spice Drink Recipes
Masala Matcha Green Tea Recipe | Matcha Tea Recipe
Hibiscus Tea Recipe | Afternoon Tea Without Sugar
Mint Ginger Kashayam Recipe
Turmeric Latte Recipe
Lemon Ginger Kashayam Recipe
Ginger Lemongrass Tea Recipe
Spearmint Tea Recipe
Kokum Juice Recipe
Athimadhuram Kashayam Recipe
Rose Tea Recipe
Tulsi Ginger Tea Recipe
Maghrebi Mint Tea | Moroccan Peppermint Tea Recipe
Muskmelon Panakam Recipe
Chukku Kaapi Recipe
Nimbu Paani Recipe | Lemon Date Cooler
Kashmiri Kahwa Recipe
Soup Recipes
Split Pea Soup Recipe
Thai Soup Recipe
Cauliflower Bisque Recipe
Cream of Pumpkin Soup
Thai Chickpea Soup Recipe
Cream of Mushroom Soup Recipe
Cream of Spinach Soup Recipe
Hot and Sour Soup Recipe
Carrot Tomato Soup Recipe
Clear Zoodles Soup Recipe
Tomato Basil Soup Recipe
Sweet Corn Soup Recipe
Snake Gourd Soup Recipe with Turmeric & Ginger
Beetroot Soup Recipe
Cruciferous Soup Recipe
Amaranthus Double Beans Soup Recipe
Cake Recipes
Christmas Cake Recipe


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How is a Whole Food Plant Based Diet different from a Vegetarian Diet?

A Whole Food Plant Based Diet is an evidence based way of eating only the healthiest foods. These are Whole (Unprocessed) food from plant sources, unlike a vegetarian diet where both processed foods as well as dairy products are included.

What are the benefits of a Whole Food Plant Based Diet?

There are several benefits of a Whole Food Plant Based Diet. Here are some of them:
1. It aids in the prevention and reversal of chronic lifestyle diseases like Type 2 Diabetes, Hypertension, Obesity, Heart disease, Asthma, PCOS, and many others.
2. It helps one reach our ideal weight by eating delicious Whole Food Plant Based meals everyday. Without starvation or strict portion control
3. It helps improve our quality of life. We feel more active and energetic on a Whole Food Plant Based Diet, have better skin and hair, are in a better mood, improves ability to focus among other things
4. It is not only the healthiest way of eating but also the most ethical as it excludes all animal products.
5. It is also the most environmentally sustainable way of eating as it eliminates animal food and therefore animal farming, which is the leading cause for climate change, greenhouse gas emission, habitat destruction, etc. It also eliminates processed food such as oil and sugar which therefore reduces our carbon footprint

Is it the same as a Vegan Diet?

The similarity between a Whole Food Plant Based Diet and Veganism is that both exclude all animal products. However, Veganism is not a diet. It is a social justice movement where one abstains from using products sourced from animals for ethical reasons. Veganism is a stand to end animal exploitation, abuse and to stop viewing animals as commodities. Vegans also avoid using silk, wool, leather, fur, cosmetics that use animal products, glycerine and all other products that involve the commodification of animals.
A Whole Food Plant Based Diet is an evidence based way of eating that excludes animal food as well as processed foods. Both of which have been found to cause and promote diseases such as Diabetes, Hypertension, Heart Disease, and Obesity.

How long should I follow this diet?

Although it has the word ‘diet’ in it. A Whole Food Plant Based Diet is actually a lifestyle.
It is a system where one learns about the science behind food and how it affects our short and long term health and makes changes for a lifetime. Unlike typical diets, a Whole Food Plant Based Diet is not based on limiting food or eliminating food groups that are necessary for us.

Will I get complete nutrition from a Whole Food Plant Based Diet?

Yes, a well planned Whole Food Plant Based Diet includes a wide variety of Whole Plant Foods such as Fruits, Vegetables, Pulses and Legumes, Nuts, Whole Grains, Herbs and Spices and even Mushrooms (technically a fungus, but healthy for us). Just like anything else our nutritional intake has to be planned. Whole Plant Foods have all the necessary macro and micro nutrients that we need. What’s more? It’s the best quality of these macro and micro nutrients we can get without any associated disease risk.

What are the problems of a Whole Food Plant Based Diet?

The problems of a Whole Food Plant Based Diet is that it works too well. It helps reverse lifestyle conditions so fast that medications will also have to be monitored and reduced accordingly. A Whole Food Plant Based Diet is the result of the best available balance of evidence and includes only health promoting foods in its ambit. There are no medical or nutritional problems associated with a Whole Food Plant Based Diet. If anything, we only stand to gain.

Can I eat Carbs on a Whole Food Plant Based Diet?

Yes, a Whole Food Plant Based Diet is not exclusionary. It doesn’t exclude any of the necessary nutrients or healthy food groups. One is encouraged to get enough Carbohydrates, Proteins and Fats. The only difference is that we get them from the healthiest sources. Like unpolished rice., whole wheat, and Unpolished Millets instead of White Rice, Maida and Rava.

Should I take Protein Supplements on a Whole Food Plant Based Diet?

There is no need for supplementation on a well planned Whole Food Plant Based Diet for individuals with a normal to active lifestyles. We can get all of our protein requirements and more through a healthy dose of Pulses, Legumes, Whole Grains and Greens.

Is a Whole Food Plant Based Diet Expensive?

A Whole Food Plant Based Diet, using local and seasonal ingredients is not expensive. For Example, Roti, Dal and Sabzi or RIce Sambar and Kootu. Only the ingredients and method of cooking changes slightly. It doesn’t recommend or necessitate exotic or expensive ingredients.

Is a Whole Food Plant Based Diet Organic?

Organic means the plant is grown without using chemical fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides. While growing plants without the use of chemicals is better for the soil, farmer and us, it doesn’t necessarily mean all organic foods are healthy. Organic sugar and maida is not healthy, organic deep fried snacks are not healthy. Choosing chemical-free produce and supporting small farmers is great. We just have to ensure that for our overall health they should also be Plant foods which are unprocessed.

What is not allowed on a Whole Food Plant Based Diet?

A Whole Food Plant Based Diet doesn’t include any and all foods that are disease causing or promoting. This includes animal foods such as meat, fish, eggs, honey, and dairy products and processed foods such as oil, sugar, jaggery, white rice, rava, and maida. It’s not a strict diet that ‘allows’ and ’disallows’ but a way of eating. It is a lifestyle based on knowledge, understanding and shifting towards healthy living.

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