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No Happy Cows: Dispatches from the Frontlines of the Food Revolution [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

John Robbins

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Inspiring, eye opening and a must read... 8. April 2012
Von Karmalife - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Let me start by saying I love John Robbins.
It was his book, "Diet for a New America" which got me to once again stop eating meat (after a 2 year hiatus) back in 2002.
There is something about his tone, the words he chooses and the power and commitment in his voice that really makes a difference for me.

No Happy Cows is a must read for anyone interested in today's most prevalent topics regarding health and our environment, and what we can do to help save our troubled planet. He uses facts from history as well as the current findings to back up his claims and points.

I can't believe I didn't know that Hershey STILL refuses to go fair-trade even though they now own Dagoba Chocolates.

The only thing that would have made this book even better would have been footnotes so that we could refer to individual studies and trials. Still, he points out the name of articles and key people when possible.

This book left me with a renewed sense of spirit and determination to continue living life in a cruelty free, plant based way. I hope I can spread the word to others...
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5.0 von 5 Sternen I'm a meat eater and this guy still made me reconsider my eating practices 5. April 2012
Von Brandon - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
This book went into such great detail about the consequences of being a meat eater in the current way of life, and really illuminated why I as a meat eater should pay closer attention to my eating habits. Not saying that it changed me to be a vegetarian, but his clear, concise, well-researched, and passionate writing style really got me hooked and want to "be better."
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Another compelling and eye-opening book from John Robbins 3. April 2012
Von Laura Loescher - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've always counted on John's books to be well-researched, compelling and full of really eye-opening and useful information. No Happy Cows is no exception. This book covers a broad range of topics related to food, health and being human in a time of great tragedy and suffering on the planet.

John Robbins is no stranger to pain and tragedy - in his own life and in our larger collective life. He turns his attention to the darkest places and asks the hardest questions, yet he is consistently a voice for hope. Not the hope that's a positive affirmation glossing over difficulty, but a hope that comes from going all the way through the difficulty and connecting with what is most beautiful and precious about being alive in this time.

I know many people whose lives were forever changed by reading John's first book, the bestseller Diet for a New America. Thank you, John, for once again stepping boldly into territory and topics that aren't covered in the mainstream media, and bringing an investigative journalist-approach to unearthing the information we need to make informed choices and bring more integrity to our modern lives.

After addressing issues of junk food, GMOs, fair trade coffee and the possible health benefits of chocolate, John devotes the last section of the book to being human in a troubled world and how we can relate to each other and to life with compassion and love.

He asserts that we are living in an age of miracles and creativity that is more powerful than the forces of destruction. I agree with John that "In the depths of our shared pain, we can also experience our shared caring, our mutual prayers, and the roots of our capacity to act...Something precious can be born in times like these."

If you're interested in making healthy food choices and also exploring the deeper questions of how to live a more conscious life, then I highly recommend No Happy Cows.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen a reminder that the true cost of unhealthy food is far more than what we pay for it in the store 23. Juli 2012
Von J. Paschal - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
While urging caution on genetically engineered foods, Robbins sees soy as a viable alternative protein source and addresses numerous misconceptions about it. He also touches on public policy, including the nation's "out-of-control" health care costs resulting from preventable conditions tied to our food choices.This book may or may not convert all readers, but it will certainly raise awareness of the benefits of a plant-based diet--to the planet, to the animals, and to our physical and emotional health.'
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Refreshing 21. April 2012
Von JZ - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I really enjoyed this book, it brought fourth a level of compassion that I was looking for, and could not find words for.

The articles are on point in terms of what many face as advocates for a better world. It speaks greatly and intelligently to the lessons on the front lines about developing compassion for all, rather then falling in to argumentative traps, and destroying relationships. It's an amazing study that appears to be backed by years of out reach to build bridges and create great relationships with fellow human beings, while still being sound advocates for a better world.

I disagree with the reviewer respectfully who said this does not move the argument forward, I believe it does, though subtly. It reenforces the idea that human beings all cast their own unique light upon the world, and we must if we have any hope at all, learn to see that light.

For some who have spent some time on the front line, its a refreshing approach and way of thinking about how to talk to, and educate our brothers and sisters with out disrespecting their unique individuality as human beings.
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