In the next generation, doctors will advise their patients to become vegan to prevent cancers, bone disease, and heart disease which plague us. That night, I bit into a hamburger mid-bite: What was the difference between eating a dead cow and a dead pony? She writes and speaks about vegetarian and vegan diets for the public and health professionals and blogs as. I truly believe human beings live the healthiest on a vegan diet, and biologically we are best suited for it. If you are looking for a great resource about healthier eating, even if you aren't going vegan just yet or ever, this book will more than do the job for you. The personal stories of the authors, each who is an expert on a different aspect of veganism, is a particularly nice touch. She is the coauthor, with Connie Hatch, of How to Say No Without Feeling Guilty and, with Carol J.
I intend to buy a dozen and give them away to inspire my friends who are over 50 to become vegan. While I'm not ready to make that jump just yet, the book was a eye opener on so many levels. Male privilege and white privilege are connected with human privilege—they are connected with the problem of animal abuse. Veganism offers a strong rebuttal to the feelings of having less influence an power in the world as we age. If you are 50-plus and want to explore a vegan lifestyle, this book is an absolute must.
I used to think I was disgustingly healthy. Yesterday, I read such a book. Ginny serves on the advisory board of the Vegetarian Resource Group and on the board of directors of VegFund. An introduction to a lifestyle that brings compassion, vibrant health, and a vast, delicious cuisine -- plus a new sense of purpose, and a new experience of power to affect change. My adoption of plant based foods has been much easier and enjoyable than I imagined.
The recipes are tasty and healthy and unintimidating. Inspiring book as it is never too late to go vegan. These presentations are fun to read, and informative. I loved the entire book, but one feature I especially enjoyed was 'Our Vegan Lives' when Ginny, Carol and Patti answered specific questions like: 'What's in our fridges', 'What's in our vegan homes', 'Tips that helped us become vegan', etc. After reading this book I have a better idea on how to be vegan in a non-vegan world. Gems of Wisdom for Aging Well and The Groovy Green Kitchen series.
Its nutritional know-how comes from science, not opinion. I am 55 and I feel better when not eating animal products. Adams, Patti Breitman, Virginia Messina Mph Adult content: No Language: English Has Image Descriptions: No Categories: , , Submitted By: Bookshare Staff Usage Restrictions: This is a copyrighted book. I was just never able to do it. Adams, of How to Eat Like a Vegetarian Even If You Never Want to Be One. If you're 50 or over and thinking or already committed to! I feel no deprivation whatsoever.
Two teenagers were target practicing in the woods behind our land. That for me was a bonus. This book is reason to celebrate and be well! Patti Breitman is director of the Marin Vegetarian Education Group and a co-founder of Dharma Voices for Animals. Even if you are already vegan, the recipes are super appealing. If you want to be healthy, and to make choices that bring your compassion to life, this is your guide.
This in-depth guide will inspire you to make the change and will hold your hand every step of the way, with all the helpful tips you need to make the transition smooth as can be. Sections on building salads and sandwiches show how going vegan doesn't have to be rocket science. But ever since former President Bill Clinton went vegan, those who would have never considered it are reconsidering the health benefits, and then often the next step, what it can do for animals and the planet. Simply put, this is an indispensable resource. Oh, and there are recipes too! What better legacy than to find compassion and refuse to contribute to the profitable and pervasive business of animal suffering and torture? I thought this book was quite comprehensive and really covered a lot of issues that other vegan books have left out as really catered to folks who are now over 50, of which I am one. Warmly written, down-to-earth, and filled with practical advice, plus insights from dozens of seasoned over-50 vegans, Never Too Late to Go Vegan makes it easier than ever to reap the full rewards of a whole-foods, plant-rich diet.
Going vegan is critical, but we also have to root out sexism, racism, and other forms of oppression to welcome a world of peace. It is full of wisdom and directly applicable information, and although it is a guidebook, it is an entertaining and enjoyable read. I have been vegan since my 40's but I still found the stories inspiring. It's not simply a list of reasons to be vegan, it offers a comprehensive summary of the ways in which the use of animals and animal products in our foods and our clothing impacts the environment. The dogge must lerne it, whan he is a whelpe, or els it will not be: for it is harde to make an olde dogge to stoupe. She lives in Port Townsend, Washington, with her husband and an ever-changing population of rescued cats.
Very good if you are over 50 and have decided to adopt a whole foods, plant-based diet. Carol, Patti, and Ginny have combined their scientific knowledge and practical expertise to produce a book with a wealth of ideas for everything from eating well to social situations to caregiving. . Join Patti to hear how we can make a pos-itive impact and create a priceless legacy Patti Breitman is director of the Marin Vegetarian Education Group and a co-founder of Dharma Voices for Animals. She is working on a memoir about her decade as a caregiver. Patti has been a vegan since 1986 and has been teaching cooking classes for 15 years. Wade was announced by the Supreme Court.
It was published by The Experiment and has a total of 368 pages in the book. The book is extremely informative as well as inspirational. I recently tested them when traveling to my relatives' house. Throughout life, a man or woman must take a sometimes painful first step in order to begin a lifestyle change. This is the book that made me commit to veganism after 40 years of flirting with it. This in-depth guide will inspire you to make the change and will hold your hand every step of the way, with all the helpful tips you need to make the transition smooth as can be.