If you’d like to help us translate the food plate into your language, wonderful! Simply download our
PHD Food Plate Template, make changes in Powerpoint, and email the edited file back to email@example.com.
|Russian (courtesy Irina Kuznezova)||German (courtesy Irina Kuznezova)||Spanish (courtesy Melanie Díaz)|
|Italian (courtesy Andrea Tasinato)||Croatian (courtesy Domagoj Dzojic)||Romanian (courtesy Ioana Raluca Chifa)|
|Dutch (courtesy Léonne Willems)||Czech (courtesy of Jiří Kaloč)||Hungarian (courtesy of Katalin Kokavecz)|
|Slovenian (courtesy of Urška Osterman)|
The Old (2010) Food Plate
We updated our food plate in late 2014, in the course of writing our cookbook (still in progress). Translations of the original (2010) food plate may be found below.
|German version, by Constantin Gonzalez and guzolany||French version, by Nadia Bachi||Dutch version, by Wout Mertens|
|Italian version, by Martin Inderhaug||Norwegian version, by Martin Inderhaug||Hungarian version, by Ildikó Koltai|
|Bulgarian version, by Kiril Roussev||Spanish version, by EugeniaDG||Finnish version, by Jukka Turunen|
|Polish version, by Adam F.||Danish version, by Jan Petersen and Henrik Johnsen||Czech version, by Nina Nohejlova|
|Portuguese version, by Marcelo Leal||Russian version, by Vasily Dobrokhotov||Romanian version, by Ioana Raluca Chifa|
|Chinese (simplified) version, by Shou-Ching Jaminet||Chinese (traditional) version, by Shou-Ching Jaminet||Korean version, by Shou-Ching Jaminet|
|Japanese version, by Jarrett McAnally|
Middle Eastern and African Languages
|Hebrew version, by Miki Ben-Dor|
If you would like to translate the Perfect Health Diet food plate into your language, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.