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Becoming Vegan: The Complete Guide to Adopting a Healthy Plant-Based Diet (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 18. Oktober 2000

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The authors of this text explore the benefits of a vegan diet, and eating without eggs or dairy products. In addition they explain why more and more people are being motivated to become vegans and discuss the consequences of their choice.

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Since I became vegan a few months ago I read lots of books about nutrition. This one is by far the best if you want to know what to eat to stay as healthy as possible. There are guidelines for every stage of life (from pregnancy to old age), for losing weight, gaining weight and building muscle. Every vegan should read this book!
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This book is friendly written and full of factual information on nutrition. I especially find the chapter 'big fat lies' inspiring. It has corrected some of the typical believes regarding vegan diets and using the fact to prove the benefits of eating healthily. It provides guidelines for the cycle of human life: pregnancy, infancy, childhood, adolescence and senior ages. It is a good reference book if you want to know more about the plant based diet.
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Das Buch ist gut zu lesen und führt viele interessante Informationen auf, die eine Umstellung auf vegan erleichtern. Von mir dennoch nur drei Sterne, da es sehr Tofu bzw. Sojalastig daher kommt. Beim Lesen bekommt man das Gefühl, dass man sich vegan nur dann ernähren kann,wenn man viel Tofu ist. Eben auf Tofu und Sojamilch basieren auch die Empfehlungen, die man täglich zu sich nehmen sollte. Das fand ich sehr enttäuschend, da ich von Sojaprodukten nicht viel halte und man sich eben auch ohne Soja vegan ernähren kann. Dennoch ist das Buch lesenswert, da viele hilfreiche Infos enthalten sind, z.B. zum Thema Öl und Fette.
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Von ani am 22. September 2014
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very helpful for starting-vegans and very informative (especially to get an idea what your daily food intake should look like)
It helped me a lot!

but not very suitable for daily use (I neither have the time nor motivation to check if I'm eating according to davis' food pyramid regurlaly)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Nutrition Basics for Vegans/Vegetarians -- and even Omnivores! 1. September 2012
Von Serendipity - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you want to know the back story of Vegan Nutrition and what it takes to have the nutrients you need for health while you follow a vegan menu plan, this is the book for you. Hands down: this is THE book I've found most helpful in figuring out what I need to eat in order to balance my intake for optimal health. Fats -- DHA, EPA, Omega-6/Omega-3 ratios; Protein -- RDA and how to get it from grains, beans, veggies, etc.; Carbs -- 55% of calorie intake or MORE -- and why that isn't fluffing you up with fat. I discovered what supplements I might need, including what to look for, along with how to organize my daily intake to cover all the health bases appropriately.

After deciding to move to a vegan lifestyle, I purchased more than 15 books and perused hundreds of articles about vegan nutrition/menu planning/cookbooks: I can't recommend this book more highly. While the articles are information-dense and may take several readings to fully integrate the facts provided, the book is completely within the grasp of the consumer who has a mature reading level (i.e., not necessarily college-level bio-chem major level, but can apply critical thinking skills!).

This book is helpful also for those who may not want to "go" vegan/vegetarian, but who may like to know what it takes to eat well even as an omnivore: the information concerning fats, proteins, and carbohydrates will help you understand better ways to looks at these macro-nutrients.

A MUST HAVE in the library of anyone who is serious about having optimal nutrition!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The most inspiring & helpful book for vegans! 31. Juli 2012
Von Vladimir Antimonov - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I just read 2 excellent reviews of this book by Melanie and Peter Roosen, so I will not repeat points reflected in their summaries, but rather share with you my personal experiences & changes after reading 2 books by these authors: "Becoming Vegetarian" & "Becoming Vegan".

Two years ago I realized that I should not, directly or indirectly, support jobs and industries that cause animals to suffer. At that time I was not aware that there actually are very strong health benefits from following a vegetarian/vegan diet.

Luckily for me I ordered "Becoming Vegetarian" as soon as I resolved to become a vegetarian and read it in full in the next few weeks, changing my diet according to my new understanding of what the body actually needs and what are the best veg sources of all required nutrients.

The 2 most inspiring discoveries for me on this journey from a meat eater to (ultimately) vegan were:

1) I feel myself [not much, but definitely] better: lighter, joints are better "oiled", skin & nails look silkier too (and I was actually feeling very good & was in a good shape before becoming vegetarian);
2) I discovered that taste (the likes and dislikes in food) can actually be adjusted, trained! (Later I discovered that this is applicable to all other likes and dislikes as well).

Never before did I eat tofu, nor did I like soymilk; I did not eat a lot of lentils before I read this book, nor did I eat any other legumes, seeds or nuts in any noticeable amounts.

But after reading about the health benefits of vegetarian & vegan food and also resolving to stop eating animal products for ethical reasons, my taste(s) started to change! Very gradually, but very steadily I was becoming indifferent to steaks, fish dishes when I saw them in front of me, eggs etc. I also started liking what I came to know was good for me: legumes, tofu, flaxseed oil in the mango shake with soymilk (!), and now I actually like the taste of soymilk in cappuccino more than I liked the taste of cow milk there (this did not happen the first time I tried cappuccino with soy milk though)!

From "Day 1" I also resolved not to let aversion for meat & meat eaters to be cultivated & settled in my mind, so that I do not become offensive to people who continue eating meat - this I knew would prevent me from promoting veganism effectively, and may also unnecessarily distance me from good people.

I started by becoming vegetarian and not eating eggs, and then, a year later, after more research about the treatment of cows in the farms, when I realized that meat is usually a by-product of the milk industry and by not eating meat I will not help cows in any meaningful way, I decided to stop consuming milk products as well.

I want to conclude with one point, which I personally feel very strongly: if you, like myself, live a life of abundance, being able to afford almost any food of the world that you like, it is a moral sin to stay ignorant (as I was) about what food your body really needs & to stay indifferent to the effects your food choices make on Life: animals, environment & your own body alike. And all this because of some ungrounded fear of becoming physically weaker, or of becoming less socially acceptable, or because of certain likes and dislikes in food, which many of us treat as if they really were our own.

The "Becoming Vegan" will give you a lot of inspiration & practical guidelines on how to become either vegan with maximum benefits for your health. If you want to know more, the same authors have a very good book called "Becoming Vegetarian" (there's a lot of extra info for vegans too, please do not treat it as simply a "lighter" version!), and I also recommend "The China Study" by prof. Campbell.

Eat well, love & care after all God's creatures & I wish you a very interesting & happy journey!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Love this book so far! 31. Januar 2013
Von Jimmie and Christal - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I really love this book! It is like a textbook for Vegan 101! I didn't rate it 5 stars simply because, like i said...it's very textbook. The information is there but it's a little tough to read unless you're wide awake and willing. The book gives great details about what and why we need certain foods/nutrients/minerals/vitamins and how to get them through a vegan lifestyle. If you want the knowledge about the nutrition of becoming a vegan then this book is for you! It also doesn't get into detail about "how disgusting" eating meat products are and the inhumane animal treatment associated with carnivores of today's society. That was very refreshing. Chances are, if you're reading a vegan book, you already have made your mind up about why you don't want to eat meat.....we don't need reassurance. I would recommend this book to new and old vegan/vegetarians alike!
4.0 von 5 Sternen This is a very good book and provides scientific information on plant based diets 22. Mai 2017
Von Tiffany A. Williams - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a very good book and provides scientific information on plant based diets. I found it to be a bit more useful than other books on plant based diets because it uses accurate information rather than relying on anecdotal information. I had the pleasure of meeting Brenda Davis shortly after purchasing the book and had an opportunity to discuss the book with her. The book is very easy to read
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Met All Categories 23. Juni 2014
Von Elizabeth Rodriguez - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book for a beginner like myself met all categories of my curiosity. There is a chapter on vitamins, proteins, carbs, etc. All that you'd expect. But then there are chapters on emotional supports, balanced philosophy, slow realistic approaches. It is super comprehensive and I learned about all aspects of veganism. Only drawback... Would have loved a section on recipes.
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