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Seriously ill woman writes a health book,
This review is from: The Vegucation of Robin: How Real Food Saved My Life (Hardcover)
I fail to see how Robin Quivers could have the audacity to release a book about HEALTHY LIVING AND MEALS when she herself was diagnosed with cancer PLUS was overweight prior to her diagnosis. Now, she has revealed that she does not eat fruits anymore, even though her book contains tons of fruit based recipes. Anyways, after reading the whole book, the recipes in the book are just horrid. I tried making a couple of these dishes and followed the recipes to a T and they still tasted absolutely disgusting.
In the commentary section of the book, Robin is very condescending (34) to the reader about the foods we eat. It made me want to continue eating animals for the next century.
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Initial post: Oct 7, 2013 2:35:15 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Oct 7, 2013 2:36:41 PM PDT
Happy Girl says:
It appears that you are not very educated on the subject of health yourself. You can be a vegan and get cancer. You can be a runner and have a heart attack, etc. The fact of the matter is this - chances are we are all going face some illness or surgery in our lifetime. If you are healthy going in, then the chances of recovery are greatly improved. It seems you just don't like Robyn, therefore you can't be open minded about her book. What you choose to eat is your business and if you want to eat meat for the next century - go for it! I recommend you eat as much beef as you possibly can.
In reply to an earlier post on Oct 13, 2013 9:48:41 PM PDT
I agree, Happy Girl. To that - i would add to the reviewer - eat lots and lots of chicken, too! Especially Tyson, Perdue, and KFC!! :)
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