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  1. Straight Up Food You really want to enjoy all the great benefits associated with a whole-food plant-based no-oil lifestyle. So, you decided to hop on board the ‘healthy vegan train’. While you may be seeing the positive effects of consuming 100% plant-based foods for your health, you may not enjoy eating the same limited repertoire daily. Meals...
  2. How Not to Die "The fifteen leading causes of death claim the lives of 1.6 million Americans annually. This doesn’t have to be the case," writes Michael Greger MD, in his new book entitled, "How Not to Die." Chronic disease, disability, and the reliance on prescription medications and medical procedures as one ages is not a normal consequence of...
  3. The Empty Medicine Cabinet This book by Dustin Rudolph, PharmD , lives up to its subtitle as "The Pharmacist's Guide to the Hidden Danger of Drugs and the Healing Powers of Food". Read this book to begin your journey towards emptying out your medicine cabinet while satisfying your appetite through purchasing, and reading, this book. First you will...
  4. Chef Del's Better Than Vegan Chef Del shares his story and his recipes in this delightful cookbook.  The message is very clear: Being vegan is NOT enough to guarantee good health.  It is very easy to be a Junk-Food vegan as you will learn from reading Chef Del's story.  He managed to weigh 475 lbs while on a completely...
  5. The China Study Quick & Easy Cookbook Chef Del strikes again with yet another incredible cookbook. The genius of this cookbook is epitomized in the tagline "Cook Once, Eat All Week With Whole Food, Plant-Based Recipes." Basically there is a method to his made-ness; Use and reuse. If you want variety and taste, prepared without consuming massive amounts of time, try...
  6. Happy Herbivore Light & Lean With easy, no-fuss recipes, the bestselling Happy Herbivore cookbooks show how easy, affordable, and delicious eating healthy can be . Now, in her latest cookbook, Happy Herbivore chef Lindsay S. Nixon provides recipes that put a special emphasis on weight-loss and a set of exercises that, like her recipes, are quick, easy, and produce...
  7. My Beef With Meat Do you ever get into those inevitable discussions with your non veggie friends about why on earth you choose your lifestyle? If you're starting to feel punch drunk, this book can be your coach in the corner of the boxing ring. Rip Esselstyn used the information he put in this book to help him...
  8. Food Over Medicine In a time when most Americans are overweight and yet malnourished, Food Over Knives: The Conversation That Could Save Your Life could be just the tool to knock the nation back on track before it eats itself to death. Pamela A. Popper, PhD, ND, and Glen Merzer have written this book to help people...
  9. Power Foods for the Brain Who doesn’t want to be smarter? Dr. Neal Barnard’s book Power Foods for the Brain will put you on the path to a healthier higher functioning brain. His three step plan is simple: put power foods to work, strengthen your brain, and defeat memory threats. Barnard’s book will explain which foods are best to...
  10. Whole This is one of the best books ever.  T. Colin Campbell has been over 40 years in researching and then educating people on the benefits of a plant-based diet.  He has paid dearly for standing up for what he believes.  Now T. Colin Campbell is no longer a young man but he still has...

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