Vegan Diet for Beginners Vegan Diet for Beginners is a TAKE ACTION introductory guide to healthy Vegan Eating. Information is knowledge and knowledge is power. *WebMD experts report over 65% of Americans are either seriously overweight or obese and Weight loss has become such a difficult task *Heart Disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S., killing more than 800,000 people in 2013, according to The Heart Foundation. Eating a healthy Vegan Diet and exercising regularly will help you lose weight and reduce your risk of obesity, heart disease, and many other serious health issues. Step by step the vegan diet for beginners shows you how to transition successfully into Vegan eating and explains why you should consider it. Discussing benefits such as... *Long-Term Weight Loss *Disease Prevention *Energy Gain *Healthier Lifestyle *Environmental Protection *Clearer Thinking *Animal Rights +++ Included is a sample menu plan to get you started. If you believe you deserve great health and permanent weight loss, this Vegan Diet for Beginners book is for you!
The Pegan diet is not just a combination of the Paleo and vegan diets - it is so much more than that. This diet draws from the principles of the Paleo and vegan diets but it allows for all kinds of fresh, wholesome foods including gluten-free grains, grass-fed meats, and natural sweeteners. If you are thinking about trying the Pegan diet, this is the book for you. In this book you will receive: An introduction to the Pegan diet and its principles A list of foods included in the Pegan diet A step-by-step guide for getting started on the Pegan diet A collection of 20 Pegan diet recipes By the time you finish this book you will be prepared to give the Pegan diet a try and you will have a number of tasty recipes to choose from to get started!
Thai cooking is renowned for its perfect balance of flavours and textures and for its imaginative presentation. And the more people there are to share it, the better: for the Thais, the sharing of food is a source of great joy. Over the centuries migration has brought many influences from abroad, especially from China and (in the south) the spicier traditions from India. Chillies may have been introduced by Portuguese traders in the sixteenth century. Although veganism is virtually unheard of in Thailand, there is no need for vegans to miss out. Many of the ingredients are already familiar to vegan cooks, and the more specialist ingredients are becoming increasingly easy to get hold of. There is more good news too: many of the dishes are very quick and easy to prepare. Linda Majzlik has created over 120 dishes in her own kitchen, using authentic Thai ingredients and flavours, but avoiding the use of animal ingredients. Try her Beansprout and Lettuce Soup, the Tofu and Tamarind Dip, a bowl of Carrot, Ginger and Sesame Fried Rice, some Curried Aubergine with Tofu, a plate of Broccoli with Peanut and Chilli Sauce, a Pineapple and Water Chestnut Salad, all accompanied with Pan-fried Bread, some Crispy Fried Garlic, Onion and Shallots, and finish the meal off with a Pumpkin and Coconut Pudding.
I will talk about how grains in general are a poor choice for your health, but gluten containing grains like wheat, barley and rye require special attention because they can be particularly damaging to your health. All grains, including other non-gluten containing grains like oats and corn, are not good for you because they contain gut irritating lectins and mineral binding phytates, but you'll learn here why gluten-containing grains and wheat especially can not only cause the same problems as other grains, but also cause much more trouble down the road
Three main constituents are of interest here: gluten, WGA *wheat germ agglutinin*and opioid peptides found in wheat. Gluten is a compound protein that composes about 80% of the protein found in wheat, barley and rye, and WGA is a lectin found in wheat that can be particularly damaging. Opioid peptides are psychoactive chemicals and those found in wheat are similar to those found in other well known psychoactive drugs like opium or morphine
Contrary to what so many people believe that wheat is not to be avoided only by those who suffer Celiac disease, the autoimmune disease caused by a reaction of the immune system against gliadin, a gluten protein. Those with Celiac disease only react more strongly to wheat and gluten than those without the disease, but most people have a reaction in some way or another to wheat consumption, often in insidious ways
This book is meant to lead you step by step on some diet that is free from gluten, those that have completed the 50+ gluten-free recipes can continue with this for an exciting healthy living. You will get to know of most recipes you never knew was free from gluten, Get your copy now with a click and thank me later after being found helpful
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