Vitamin B12 is the only supplement that is mandatory for vegetarians, flexitarians and vegans.
A high-carb powder that stems from the carob tree pod, to give a nice chocolate flavor to your smoothies and desserts. Carob is a healthy alternative to cacao.
For those who live far from the tropics. But exposing your skin to the sun is still the best solution.
Sports energy bars that I absolutely love eating during bike rides. The white chocolate Clif Bar is my favorite flavor.
In the last 10 years, Happy Herbivore chef Lindsay S. Nixon has lived in eight states, visited 46, spent a year as an expat on a Caribbean island, and traveled to more than 35 places abroad. As a celebration of Nixon’s jet-setter lifestyle, Happy Herbivore Abroad combines traditional comfort foods from home with international inspiration and stories of her adventures. A little of everything–basics, comfort food, international cuisine, and travelogue–Happy Herbivore Abroad provides your palate with more than 135 of Nixon’s crowd-pleasing vegan recipes low in fat, high on health, and made with everyday ingredients. True to the Happy Herbivore creed, these vegan dishes are easy to make, easy on your wallet, and completely plant-based. As they say in France, bon appétit!
In 2005, T. Colin Campbell, PhD and his son Thomas M. Campbell, MD, shared the China Project findings along with additional research with the world in The China Study. This groundbreaking book examined the connection between nutrition and heart disease, diabetes, and cancer and the source of nutritional confusion produced by powerful lobbies, government entities, and opportunistic scientists. The revised and expanded edition includes new content, statistics, research and information about the changing medical system and how patients stand to benefit from a surging interest in plant-based nutrition. The China Study is hailed as one of the most important books about diet and health ever written.
Un gem full of scientific references, written by Dr. Michael Greger, physician, author, and professional speaker on public health issues, particularly the benefits of a whole foods, plant-based diet and the harms of eating animal products. He is a vegan and the creator of NutritionFacts.org. This book will teach you which foods have been proven to prevent dying from specific diseases.
The title says it all. It is a life savior for diabetics in a misinformed society.
In a carb-phobic society, Dr. McDougall has two striking news to tell: (1) Carbohydrates ares good for you; and (2) Every civilization has developed from a starch-rich diet. He contends that starches are an excellent and nourishing source of energy. Moreover, the high fiber and carbohydrate content in starches leads to a feeling of satiety and satisfaction, alleviating hunger and reducing cravings for less healthy food. Human beings are starch eaters.*