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Vegan Plant Based Medice Health Diet Lifestyle

Today I wanted to review a book I recently purchased and have had the pleasure of rereading it, front to back many times over.

I reference this book very often, and it always is within arms-reach of the kitchen! This astounding book not only has delicious and amazing recipes.

It has templates and a very informative way of informing the reader about many of the health benefits of plant-based recipes. Each recipe has multiple substitution options and even many oil-free variations as well.

Plant Based Life, By: Micaela Cook Karlsen

Using this recipe book I have made countless modern and unique plant-based meal variants of familiar southern comfort recipes, such as the Cashew Cream Mac and Cheese.

This was one of my first books on the topic and since deciding to become more informed on the topic of Veganism and Plant Based lifestyles. It has more or less changed my life.

If you want to revolutionize how you look at food with a plant based diet, you must read this book!

I am going to leave a link below to find it on Amazon and Kindle.

Even if you aren’t interested in being completely Vegan all the time, and you are serious interested in being more informed about plant-based lifestyle and recipes for the benefit of your health, I highly recommend this book.

Click here for the book on Amazon and Kindle =====> https://amzn.to/2GhcYr4

In my personal opinion, this book was very informative, very readable, and easy to digest. Pun intended! If you are serious about wanting to eat better food pairings for your health and don’t know where to start, this book is motivational enough as it helpful. You will reap the rewards of this beneficial lifestyle change immediately.

There are overwhelming studies and research that prove that, simply by dropping animal products like meat and dairy, we can see immediate results in our health, by very large margins.

I am going to leave you with some things to think about, and below this will be the link to the book. I give this book a 5 out of 5 stars, without a doubt.

WHEN PEOPLE ADOPT A FULLY PLANT-BASED DIET BLOOD PRESSURE COMES DOWN

Goldhammer, D.C., Alan “High Blood Pressure”. T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies. October 15, 1997

99.4% WERE ABLE TO AVOID MAJOR CARDIAC EVENTS BY GOING PLANT-BASED

Esselstyn Jr, MD, Caldwell B, et al “A way to reverse CAD?”. The Journal of Family Practice. July 2014. Vol 63, No 7

BY GETTING RID OF HEART DISEASE, THE UNITED STATES WOULD SAVE $48 TRILLION, 3x THE GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT

Murphy, Kevin M. & Topel, Robert “The Economic Value of Medical Research”. Semanticscholar. September 1999

“United States GDP”. Trading Economics

F.A.Q Section:

  • What is Vegan?

Veganism is a lifestyle and not purely a diet. Being vegan can be described as simply not partaking in the consumption of animal products or any products that disturb wildlife feed reserves, such as dairy, meat, and honey.

  • Is Beer Vegan?

While Beer is typically made only from Barley, Water, Hops, Malt, and some yeast, it is often considered Vegan. Some brewers use additives to clarify the beer called finings. These traditional finings include Isinglass and Gelatin. Since both of these are byproducts the resulting beer is not vegan-friendly.

  • Why Vegan?

This information isn’t the sole purpose of this book, but for many reasons the environment. Factory farms and livestock are major contributors to climate change and off put unconscionable cruelties to the animals and the environment at the cost of the people alive to deal with it later. Read the book if you are interested in health related benefits!

Traditional finings, which is used to clarify beer, include gelatin and isinglass. Since both of these are animal byproducts the resulting beer is not vegan-friendly.