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The Basics of a Healthy Vegan Lifestyle: How to Live Meat-Free and Dairy-Free Kindle Edition
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The mainstay of a vegan diet is very much akin to the diet of hunter-gatherers. The basic food components are fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, legumes and water. Food experts can add chia and bok choy as superfood alternatives which date back centuries.
The book has a good discussion on protein alternatives like peanut butter, lentils, tofu, whole grain bread, spinach, kale and broccoli. A book about diet would not be complete without a discussion of vitamin D. Vitamin D is critical for optimal immune system functioning -particularly during winters or rainy seasons with little sunlight.
Physicians should test for the vitamin D levels in a standard blood chemistry; however, too many physicians omit this important immune system barometer. A vitamin D deficiency could be related to uncontrolled ebola viruses because these viruses thrive in environments with extensive rainy seasons and little sunlight. Herein are the potential benefits of vitamin D3 supplementation to correct vitamin D deficiencies due to a paucity of sunlight.
The book has some excellent specialties cited like raw sunflower seed butter. In addition, there are ample recipes to whet the appetite with delicious and high nutrient foods. In addition, dieters need micronutrients like vitamins cu., zn, se, mg and others to complete the inventory of macronutrients and micronutrients.
The vegetarian diet should assist with normalizing glucose, the A1C blood statistic and the C-reactive protein marker for non-specific internal inflammation. Overall, "The Basics of a Healthy Vegan Lifestyle" is a perfect gem for your library of health and wellness books.
I cam across this book while browsing and I haven't looked back since. It has really opened my mind to the endless possibilities of a vegan life style. The chapters on why become a vegan and vegan nutrition were really informative and further reinforced my decision to switch from meat and has given me confidence once again that my decision to become a vegan was the right one. The book also has explanations on essential vitamins your body needs, clear easy to follow meal plans and even guidance on eating out. This book never leaves my side! If you are serious about a vegan lifestyle then this book is definitely for you.
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