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Eat More, Weigh Less: Dr. Dean Ornish's Program for Losing Weight Safely While Eating Abundantly Mass Market Paperback – January 8, 2002
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Second, vitamin B12 is not "only found in animal products". Animal products are not a reliable source of B12. Nothing is. B12 is only produced by a certain bacteria. You have to have a supplement of some sort, but so many things are fortified with B12 it shouldn't be a problem. Shouldn't, but of course it still happens. But it's in every multivitamin, you don't need much, and your body stores it for later use. And iron is much easily absorbed from plants than from animal sources anyway. So claiming vegetarianism (or even veganism) causes anemia is an out and out lie. People are genetically predisposed to anemia, and need to be careful to eat more iron than those not predisposed to it. Spinach is good, kale too, think dark and green. And if you still have a problem (which is highly unlikely if you're eating a varied diet) iron supplements are a lot healthier than eating meat, and cholesterol free.Read more ›
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Realized very quick this is a vegan style diet plan. My doctor wanted me to read this book so I could understand weight loss better. I did get an understanding on how Dr. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Isaac
Interesting and promising theory if only I could and would stick to the plan.Published 2 months ago by Douglas
This cookbook, like its successor Everyday Cooking, is filled with GREAT RECIPES. It's an ugly little book - no pictures - but it's well organized. Read morePublished 3 months ago by R. Burke
I think the information in this book is good and helpful; however, the editing in the Kindle edition is terrible. Read morePublished 6 months ago by DL
Basically a rehash of info he has written about before.a little too broad and general,but ok.Published 7 months ago by alice schwartz