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Plant-Based Men: Fruits & Veggies for the Winter

Jason Wachob
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November 16, 2010
Jason Wachob
mbg Founder & Co-CEO
By Jason Wachob
mbg Founder & Co-CEO
Jason Wachob is the Founder and Co-CEO of mindbodygreen and the author of Wellth.
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November 16, 2010

As we transition from fall to winter, what fruits and vegetables are these plant-based men eating?

MBG: As we transition from fall to winter, what fruits and veggies are you adding to your grocery list?

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Bob Harper, The Biggest Loser: My fridge always has plenty of dark green leafy veggies like kale, swiss chard, collard greens & spinach to name a few. Also, I pretty much love any and every fruit that is out there and I'm lucky to live in CA where I can get some great locally grown fruits.

Brendan Brazier, Thrive Diet: I do most of my shopping at farmers’ markets, so I just buy what they put out. Certainly dictated by the season. The avocado tree in my yard dropped the last of its avocados about a month ago, but the oranges are just beginning to show some color. Will be ready with in a month I’d say.

Rip Esselstyn, Engine 2 Diet: More squash and melons.

Rich Roll, Ultraman: Pumpkin & pumpkin seeds, squash, lentils, mushrooms, dates, sweet potatoes.

Mike Anderson, Rave Diet: I actually don't use a grocery list, unless I'm gathering food for a recipe or special occasion. There is plenty to choose from so I just go down the aisles (produce aisles primarily) and choose what looks good.

Stay tuned... Tomorrow we talk to these plant-based men about their favorite source of protein!

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Jason Wachob
Jason Wachob
mbg Founder & Co-CEO

Jason Wachob is the Founder and Co-CEO of mindbodygreen and the author of Wellth. He has been featured in the New York Times, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, and Vogue, and has a B.A. in history from Columbia University, where he played varsity basketball for four years.