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Product Details

  • Paperback: 104 pages
  • Publisher: Taylor Presentations, Inc. (August 4, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0976441411
  • ISBN-13: 978-0976441410
  • Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 5.5 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #995,957 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Sarah Taylor has been a vegan since 2002 when she read Diet for a New America by John Robbins. Both the philosophy and the science supporting a vegan diet convinced her to go vegan, and she has never looked back. In 2006, Sarah started a company called The Vegan Next Door in an effort to spread the word about the vegan diet. She is now a motivational speaker, trainer, and author. In her personal time, Sarah serves on the Board of Directors at Washington Women's Employment and Education, enjoys playing competitive tennis, scuba diving, reading and adventure traveling. She is happily married and lives in Gig Harbor, WA with her husband and many pets.

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This book has changed my life.
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This gives this author great credibility in my eyes.
Eric Kasum
This is a great book for those newly vegan converts.
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103 of 117 people found the following review helpful By "Dory" on December 21, 2009
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Update: Been a vegetarian for about 10 months now. Just to clarify the smoothie thing :) I don't have a dislike for smoothies...just wanted author to explain what nutrients we would help replace by adding this into our daily diet. I am an Ironman Finisher, and becoming vegetarian has given me more energy than ever before. I recommend Women Food and God: An Unexpected Path to Almost Everythingfor your own personal reflection on why you eat they way you do. Interesting to read if you have made the choice to change but are struggling at every meal time.

Initial Review:
After deciding to go vegetarian for the last 2 weeks, I wanted to pick up some helpful reading material to assist me in making healthful food choices. The book is 30 chapters (about 2 pages each) - one for every day.
I would like to say that I didn't take the time to write this review in order to slam the author. I just think that you should understand what you are getting with your purchase and may choose to go another route. I usually don't ever take this much time to review a book (esp. one that is only $10) - I was wanting lots of technical information and it wasn't found in this book. I will say, that other than 2-3 references of PETA and animal cruelty, this book is written without a strong political undertone which I appreciate.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By B'ham Vegan on June 24, 2009
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This book has changed my life. I have ulcerative colitis, and have been on prednisone for most of 19 years. During my last flareup I got frustrated with the conventional treatment - prednisone - which has too many side effects to list here. I researched other options, and found many physicians who advocate a vegan diet for u.c. I decided to to with this book's program, and I'm now in remission, off of prednisone, and my doctor is thrilled. My blood pressure is also now normal, which is my warning for those who follow this book. As you improve your eating habits and get rid of meat, your weight and blood pressure naturally drop. If you don't monitor your b.p., it can get dangerously low and cause you to pass out. I expect this could also happen to those with diabetes. Don't stop meds without your doctor's okay, but be sure to monitor your levels so that you are not taking too much of anything. And believe it or not, you can live without dairy - soy milk is actually good, although I haven't found a good cheese yet. And you save a lot of money on meds, drive-through burgers, etc. I can't recommend this book highly enough!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By F. Young on June 24, 2010
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This book doesn't go deep enough to truly be helpful. It gives you something to do each day for 30 days, and at the end of it you are supposedly vegan. A lot of the steps weren't really doing anything at all. This book doesn't address (as all vegan books seem to overlook) the aspect of how hard a vegan diet is to stick to, even if you really want to be vegan. It's as though they don't want to admit that it is hard to stick to, because they're afraid it will make veganism look bad. I bought this book hoping it would address that issue - that becoming vegan can be hard for some, so here's how to make the transition. It did so only in a superficial manner. Wasn't helpful at all and the two recipes I tried from the back of the book were gross. Waste of money unfortunately.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Eric Kasum on June 2, 2010
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I think "Vegan in 30 Days" is a fantastic book! Sarah Taylor, the author, recommends 3 ideas that have changed my life. I believe they are absolutely fundamental to successfully becoming vegan. If you just do these 3 things, it will change your life: 1) Read "Diet for a New America." I've only read a few books that have changed my life... this is one of them! (I buy this book for all my friends.) Sarah Taylor loves this book and it has profoundly influenced her life. This gives this author great credibility in my eyes. 2) Drink a green smoothie everyday. This habit has been fundamental to my converting to a vegan lifestyle. (I just completed my third marathon, so believe me, vegan living gives you more energy!) On days when I don't eat the right things, my green smoothie saves me. Everything else seems to fall naturally into place (it also reduces my cravings for sweet things). Which leads me to the second book that changed my life, "Green for Life" by Victoria Boutenko. (Victoria has since written Green Smoothie Revolution: The Radical Leap Towards Natural Health, which I can't wait to read.) Green smoothies are literally the cornerstone of my diet (Here's what I do: I mix organic apple juice, filtered water, a banana, frozen mango, dates (no sugar!), and I stuff my Vitamix full of spinach, kale, lettuce, carrot tops, beet tops, dandelion greens, etc. It makes all this "rabbit food" taste delicious. Plus it's RAW!). Dory, the reviewer, criticizes Sarah Taylor for recommending that we buy a "$500 blender." This is simply absurd. I bought my Vitamix at my local health food store for only $149, and I see them for sale on ebay today for as little as $105. I actually SAVE MONEY (I figure I save at least $50 a month by not buying meat, that's $600 a year!).Read more ›
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