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72 Reasons to Be Vegan

Why Plant-Based. Why Now.

72 Reasons to Be Vegan
Gene Stone By (author)
Kathy Freston By (author)
9781523510313
Product ID:  101031
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2021/03/30
Workman Publishing Co

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4.5 X 8.0 in
208 pg


COOKING / Vegan
HEALTH & FITNESS / Diet & Nutrition / General


Description

From two bestselling authors and activists in the vegan community, a readable guide to the WHY of going vegan (rather than the how). Here are 72 fact-based, easy-to-read short essays for the vegan-curious address the reasons to go vegan, including some that may surprise you: reduce inflamation in your body, affect where your tax money goes (a vast amount of government money goes to meat subsidies), even improve your sex life (a vegan diet benefits blood flow!).

Reviews

"Gene Stone and Kathy Freston put forth a persuasive argument for a plant-based lifestyle" —​USA Today 

“Saving money. Better sex. A healthier heart. Beautiful skin. Those four reasons are enough for me, but there are 68 more in this magical journey through plant-based living.” —DOTSIE BAUSCH, Olympic medalist in cycling and founder of Switch4Good 

“Through outstanding writing and research, Stone and Freston have made eating plant-based thoroughly compelling and enjoyable; read this book and get ready for some seriously positive changes.” —MICHAEL GREGER, author of How Not to Die and founder of NutritionFacts.org 

There are so many reasons why people are choosing to leave animals off their plates, from saving the planet and helping animals to improving health and boosting athletic performance. 72 Reasons to Be Vegan—equal parts inspiring, eye-opening, fun, and informative—explores all these benefits and many more.” —NEAL D. BARNARD, MD, FACC, founding president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine and author of Your Body in Balance 

“If you’ve ever wondered how to convince someone to become vegan, here’s all the evidence and support you’ll ever need in one well-written, easy-to-read book.”  —GENE BAUR, cofounder of Farm Sanctuary 

“I started on my plant-based journey for health reasons, but this excellent book makes it clear that there are so many other important reasons. Absolutely a must-read for all!” —ERIC ADAMS, former New York State Senator and author of Healthy at Last 
“Just the right inspiration for anyone seeking smart, positively impactful life.” —BRIAN WENDEL, choices founder of Forks Over Knives 
“Stone and Freston have brilliantly researched the most compelling reasons to be vegan, and they've made it a thoroughly enjoyable read!” —INGRID NEWKIRK,  president and cofounder of PETA 

“A symphony of chapters which are succinct, cogent, and precise and define the nutritional literacy that is essential for long, healthy lives and a forgiving planet.” —CALDWELL B. ESSELSTYN, JR., M.D., author of Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease 

 

 

 



Author Bio

Gene Stone (genestone.com) is a former Peace Corps volunteer, journalist, and book, magazine, and newspaper editor, and is a New York Times bestselling author. He has written, co-written, or ghostwritten more than 45 books on a wide variety of subjects, but for the last decade he has concentrated on plant-based diets and their relationship to health, animal protection, and the environment. Among these books are Forks Over Knives, How Not to Die, Animalkind, The Engine 2 Diet, Living the Farm Sanctuary Life, Rescue Dogs, Mercy for Animals, and Eat for the Planet.
 


Kathy Freston (kathyfreston.com) is a New York Times bestselling author of multiple health and wellness books, notably The Lean, Quantum Wellness, and Clean Protein. Her advocacy for a more healthy, sustainable, and just food system is inspired by her concern for human health as well as animal and environmental welfare. Kathy appears frequently on national TV, including Ellen, Dr. Oz, Good Morning America, The Talk, Extra, and Oprah, and her work has been featured in Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar, Self, W, Fitness, and The Huffington Post. Kathy enjoys hiking and biking, will travel almost anywhere for a good plant-based meal, and is obsessed with her adopted mutt, Trixie.