Living in New York City, I like to have a book with me at all times. Below are my top 5 must-read plant-based diet books that I recommend to anyone interested in learning more about the subject. Written by Sharon Gannon, co-founder of the esteemed Jivamukti Yoga School, Yoga and Vegetarianism delves into the spiritual practice of yoga and how vegetarianism fits into the equation. A must read for any yoga practitioner looking to deepen his or her spiritual practice. Edited by Gene Stone with forewords by Dr. Colin Campbell and Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, the book explores the health benefits of a whole foods, plant-based diet and how making the switch could very well save our lives. Food Revolution is written from the very unique perspective of John Robbins. Robbins, as in Baskin-Robbins, walked away from the family business and what could have been a life of luxury, all in the name of health and the environment. His story is inspiring and a must-read. Colin Campbell will blow your mind.
Gabby gives some nice easy tips too which I appreciated. The follow up to Eat to Live, this book by a leading doctor and author on the plant-based front, explains that this way of eating can not only make you feel better but also prevent and even reverse disease. They go in depth on why there is so much confusion about nutrition and food, and what we can do to change it.
The China Study Family Cookbook. Campbell, MD. Deals and Shenanigans. These foods include fruits, vegetables, grains, wild plant diet native american book. This second selection by heavy hitter T. With so many books out there absed diet advice, and providing recipes, based can be difficult to distinguish which ones provide reputable researched facts, plant delicious and simple recipes, and which ones will end up collecting dust on your bookshelf. Customers who viewed this item also viewed.
If you’re looking to advance your understanding of nutrition and power of plant-based nutrition to prevent, treat and reverse disease and illness then this is the definitive go-to reading list. Joel Kahn took his practice to the next level when he became interested in non-traditional diagnostic tools, strategic prevention efforts, and nutrition-based recovery plans. His book, the Plant-Based Solution, leads readers through a variety of common health ailments diabetes, obesity, gut disorders, osteoporosis, autoimmune disease and their accompanying symptoms. It lays out practicable lifestyle changes and including a day meal plan and 60 easy recipes that can improve and even treat these prevalent diseases. Proteinaholic by Dr. The book includes a wealth of scientific research, community data from global populations, and personal narrative to create a compelling — and alarming — expose of one of the most misunderstood macronutrients. Undoubtedly the book with the most compelling title on this list, How Not to Die is an excellent read from Dr. Michael Greger, a physician, author, and world-renowned lecturer.