Veganist: Lose Weight, Get Healthy, Change the World (Anglais) Broché – 12 janvier 2012
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Each chapter details a benefit of eating vegan and has expert commentary and real life success stores. For instance, the first few chapters deal with the health benefits of eating vegan and how people with diseases--heart disease, diabetes, cancer--were able to reverse or eliminate them with the change in their diets.
Freston writes about how eating vegan is better for the planet because there is less of a carbon imprint when your diet is plant-based than when you eating meat and dairy.
How most animals raised for meat are treated is also discussed. So is the condition of most chickens raised for their eggs. This is a tough chapter to read about...
There is a Q&A in the book.
Freston also includes sample menus of what she typically might eat in a three week period. They are varied and interesting....which is her point, since many people assume a vegan diet is very limited and boring.
There is a helpful list of staples and where to buy them, beginning with the big box grocery store and includes Trader Joe's (For those of you unfamiliar with this chain, TJ's is both inexpensive and has an awesome selection of organic and natural products.) She also includes health food stores. A very good list for anyone not familiar with vegan diets and where to buy ingredients.
For those of you familiar with her other books, Freston does not lecture, but kindly encourages the vegan lifestyle...she talks about "leaning into" it--in other words, slowly work towards becoming a vegan. That even a few meals a week is a good start. (The leaning into thing started to get on my nerves, but whatever.)
If you need proof that a vegan diet is a great choice to make--or just adding more plant-based foods into your diet--this is the book for you.
If you want recipes, you will need to look elsewhere, however. One book I like is called 1000 VEGAN RECIPES. Check out Freston's other books--like Quantum Wellness--out. Finally, if you are looking to get rid of all the toxins in your life--not just your diet--(and make your home a beautiful sanctuary) read: HARMONIOUS ENVIRONMENT: BEAUTIFY, DETOXIFY & ENERGIZE YOUR LIFE, YOUR HOME & YOUR PLANET.
I've always known that the conditions animals endure to become our food are bad; but I am a bleeding heart animal lover and could never make myself watch any of the videos or movies on the subject...my daughter recommended watching "Food Inc" and I told her there was absolutely no way I could make myself watch it...I'd have nightmares forever after. In fact, I had put this book off to the side because I had come to the chapter on animal farms and didn't want to read about it. I finished this book tonight and I FORCED myself to read the chapter on the horrific conditions under which animal farms operate. I have eaten my last piece of meat, period. Forever. That may not be everyone's choice, but it is mine, and to each his own. Personally, I do not want any animal to suffer unbearable pain and cruelty so I can have a hamburger...it's just not worth it to me.
My advice is read it with an open mind, try it, and see if you don't love the way your body looks and feels. I guarantee you'll be buying smaller pants like I have had to do!