Meatless Monday Book Reviews
Vitamin-enriched Diet Coke, bread infused with Omega-3 fatty acids- you’d think we were getting our fair share of vital nutrients. But Michael Pollan in his best-selling book "In Defense of Foodâ€ â€“ out now in paperback â€“ offers a very different perspective
New York Times best-selling author Kathy Freston has a new book, The Quantum Wellness Cleanse, outlining her 21-day cleansing routine. But it’s her earlier work, Quantum Wellness, that gets to the heart of why we should all go meatless on Monday
Dawn Jackson Blanter’s book, The Flexitarian Diet, encourages healthier, meatless meals without asking us to sacrifice our favorite foods.
In Just Food: Where Locavores Get It Wrong And How We Can Truly Eat Responsibly, author James McWilliams argues that we must make sustainable food choices. He also insists that buying local is simply not enough
Despite his love of steak, renowned chef Tal Ronnen switched to a plant-based diet. But he quickly realized he craved the meat-like consistencies he enjoyed as a carnivore. Ronnen uses this tension as the inspiration for his new cookbook, The Conscious Cook
As Sid Lerner, Chairman of The Monday Campaigns, says, "if you think chili needs meat, you don’t know beans! Meatless chili comes in a variety of flavors and is a great source of protein. The Vegetarian Chili Cookbook by Robin Robertson offers 80 unique, hearty recipes that are both nutritious and satisfying
We couldn’t prescribe a more enjoyable, laugh-inducing de-stressing read for you. Here’s a warm, name-dropping, inside-the-practice memoir from “America’s Doctor” and our FOX News Healthy Monday Tipper, Dr. Rosenfeld.
The editor-in-chief of Nutrition Alert Newsletter, Elizabeth Somer, has written a new book, Eat Your Way to Happiness. She offers simple, powerful tips helping you to live brightly and be more energetic â€“ try them this Monday!
Many of us associate the holiday season with our favorite sweets. In her newest book, Dr. Nancy Appleton argues this may be a deadly connection
Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat is a simple eating guide for those who love food! Dr. Michelle May takes an honest look at the relationship between eating and mindset. She offers straightforward answers to start your week with a positive mindset