The Plant Based Diet Cookbook For beginners: 700+ Healthy, Quick, Easy and Budget Friendly Plant based Recipes for Healthy Cook’s kitchen with ...
by Anna R. Adrian
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While the term "vegan" has become popular over the years, many are left feeling dubious whenever they hear the word. Many associate veganism with past millennial, Generation X health fads. While those fads may have been helpful and health oriented, the rise and fall of diets can be hard to keep up with. Diets and their popularity have come and gone. Trends regarding particular foods have even surfaced -- kale, celery, and avocados may in fact be some of the trendiest foods on the market and in social media. While many don't doubt the health benefits these foods boast, the reputation of these items have been linked to unfavorable, hard to follow, young adult crazes. Many categorize veganism as simply another trend, or an ideal that is unattainable, though most would theoretically support saving animals and saving the planet all while becoming healthier at the same time. With so much information floating around, however, simple theories become clouded by propaganda and business-focused marketing.
In the United States, treating chronic diseases illnesses is a one-and-a-half trillion-dollar industry according to the Milkin Study Institute (n.d.). We've all been told to "eat your fruits and vegetables" -- it's a saying that's been around for ages. Well, your grandma and parents had the right idea. Because the vegan diet mainly consists of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, legumes, and nuts, the amount of nutrients your body receives is drastically different than a meat heavy, processed diet. Consuming the right foods alone will ultimately lead to a better lifestyle and produce a desirable body. Even if you don't feel the immediate health effects after an unhealthy meal, there is still reason to eliminate animal products from your diet. According to a study by the Federal Commission for Nutrition (2015), meat is associated with an increased risk of total mortality, which ...
Genre: Cookbooks, Food & Wine
Length: 572 Pages (3,734 KB)Lending: EnabledAdded: Aug 10th, 2020