Diet for a Small Planet

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Ballantine Books, 1975 - Proteins - 411 pages
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Here again is the extraordinary bestselling book that taught America the social and personal significance of a new way of eating-- one that remains a complete guide for eating well in the 90s. Featuring: simple rules for a healthy diet; a streamlined, easy-to-use format; delicious food combinations of protein-rich meals without meat; hundreds of wonderful recipes, and much more.

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User Review  - Lucille - Goodreads

Read long ago when I lived at the shore, eating veggie burgers and making my own yogurt in a Salton yogurt maker that still works. Science may not be the same today depending on who you follow, as far as whether plant based or animal based takes up more energy to produce. Read full review

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User Review  - Ian - Goodreads

Apparently this was the book that revolutionised the American diet upon release [although I don't think it's caught on], although it's definitely revolutionised mine. Had it recommended to me following my heart attack, and so glad I read it. Read full review

Contents

Bringing Protein Theory Down fo Earth
61
A A Daily Guide
89
of Protein for Your Body?
92
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About the author (1975)

Frances Moore Lappe, author of fifteen books, has received seventeen honorary doctorates and was the fourth American to receive the Right Livelihood Award, called the Alternative Nobel Prize. She is cofounder of Food First, the American News Service, and the Small Planet Institute, www.smallplanetinstitute.org.

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