Americans spend over $60 billion a year in their quest to lose weight. Despite pouring all those billions into the diet industry, Americans are fatter than ever. Half of America is on a diet, an estimated 70 percent are overweight, and a third of the country is obese. Some blame America's growing health crisis on the contradictory messages we receive. High carb, low carb, high protein, low protein, vegetarian, carnivore: there's an authority insisting each is the correct way to eat, but they can't all be right.Truth About the Paleo Diet offers readers a comprehensive look at the Paleo lifestyle that's growing in popularity. You'll learn the diet's basics, including allowable foods, and view a sample menu. Also included is the science behind why Paleo proponents choose to eat as their Paleolithic ancestors did.Truth About the Paleo Diet also tells you what the skeptics say, including the science behind their skepticism. Finally, it offers readers ideas for a balanced approach to wellness, including some sample recipes that combine healthy ingredients, simplicity, and taste.If you're considering the Paleo diet but want to understand the pros and cons before you adopt the lifestyle, Truth About the Paleo Diet offers both in one convenient reference guide.
This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to follow a vegetarian diet. This cookbook on vegetarian diet is an ideal diet book for people who want to become a vegetarian. The vegetarian diet offers you countless health benefits and help you avoid overweight, obesity and other ailments. The vegetarian meals are health powerhouses, packed with vitamins, nutrients and every micronutrient you need for a healthy living. Vegetarian meals will make you feel more motivated, energetic and vitalized. By following the diet plan, you will lose visible amounts of body fat in only a couple of weeks.
This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to follow the vegetarian diet for life. The decision to go vegetarian can stem from different motivations, it may be environmental, ethical, religious or health related. When starting, most people can be a bit confused and slightly overwhelmed by all the different information out there. If you want to make the plant-based diet switch, but still uncertain about how to start, then worry no more, because this complete yet concise book will show you how to follow the diet without any distress. Recent scientific research shows that 70% of degenerative ailments are linked with meat based foods that we eat every day. To prevent these awful diseases, health experts recommend healthy diets such as vegetarian diet. A vegetarian diet will help you lose weight and look great, lower the risk of heart attack, cancer, stroke and type 2 diabetes. The book gives you easy to cook, mouthwatering breakfast, appetizer, side dish, main dish and vegetarian dessert recipes.
This little book is not so much about health as about morality. The author passionately urges us to recognize and accept that meat-eating is wrong; that killing animals for food is wrong; that animals deserve our consideration as living beings; that the raising of animals for slaughter is damaging to our environment, and consequently also morally wrong as we are stewards of our environment. Furthermore, the social cost of eating meat is high as our global resources are squandered by making wrong communal and personal choices about what we eat.
A Short Introduction to the Sattvic Diet. A diet for the mind, body and soul. A way of life. Based an ancient Indian ayurvedic wisdom as well as the author's own experiences. The author is a yoga practitioner who has found the diet useful in living with her allergies and achieving peace of mind. The booklet aims to demystify and explain this ancient diet.
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