This book introduces you to the science of healthy eating and the benefits of having a plant-based diet. Diseases associated with meat consumption are on the rise and so is genetically engineered food production. Find out how to select healthy foods and what you should be looking for. Scientific studies are providing some answers and solutions to food-related disease, but food production is still behind the curve. Find out about some of the chemicals in our foods and learn to avoid them. Learn about human nutrition and digestion in a big picture way, which you can use in the real world.
If you’re looking for a guide to start a vegetarian diet, this isn’t it. It reads like a lack-luster college term paper with more opinions than facts. You hear the words “I think” “maybe” and “perhaps” a lot.
When I purchased this book -I thought I would be taken down the road of how to be a Vegetarian, things to eat as a beginner and so on. This book was more like what not to eat on a science level.
It had was very good information.