Jonathan Safran Foer
“Brilliantly synthesizing philosophy, literature, science, memoir, and his own detective work…” Mr. Foer was inspired to write this riveting book after contemplating how he would explain to his young son why we eat certain animals and not others. He shares his personal journey from omnivore to vegetarian, depicts the in-depth portrayal of factory farming practices and chronicles the litany of ways our food choices and eating habits impact our health and the environment. After reading this thought provoking book it will be difficult not to ask yourself, ‘now that I know, will I still choose to eat meat?’
“An educational and entertaining read.” Mr. Pollan poses the question we all ask at least once a day; what’s for dinner? He proceeds to answer that question from three different perspectives: The industrial food chain, the organic food industry and the do-it-yourself hunting and foraging approach. Learning more about where your food is coming from might influence your answer next time you consider what’s for dinner. Extremely interesting stuff!
“The Vegan-Based Training Program” As a professional Ironman triathlete, Mr. Brazier is living proof that peak athletic performance can be accomplished on a sound vegan diet coupled with an efficient workout system. This great book demonstrates all you need to know to accomplish both.
T. Collin Campbell and Thomas M. Campbell
“The most comprehensive study of nutrition ever conducted.” Anyone interested in improving their health and increasing their chances of living a longer, more vital life will benefit from reading this book.
“Lessons for living longer by people who have lived the longest.” This book gives you a sneak peek into the lives of those who’ve lived past their 90’s and did so while remaining active, social and without weight gain. The book tells you how you can do it too!
Bradley J. Wilcox, M.D., D. Craig Wilcox, Ph.D., and Makoto Suzuki, M.D.
“Get leaner, live longer, and never feel hungry.” You will learn the fascinating longevity secrets of the Okinawans and how to apply them to your day-to-day life. This book is chock full of recipes and other practical suggestions.
Brian Wansink, Ph.D.
“Why we eat more than we think.” An eye opening reality check on how we relate to food and what we can do to control overeating.