The Food Revolution: How Your Diet Can Help Save Your Life and Our World

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Red Wheel Weiser, Nov 1, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 480 pages
In 1987, John Robbins published Diet for a New America, which was an early version of this book, and he started the food revolution. He continues to work tirelessly to promote conscious food choices more than 20 years later. First published in 2001, The Food Revolution is still one of the most frequently cited and talked about books of the food-politics revolution. It was one of the very first books to discuss the negative health effects of eating genetically modified foods and animal products of all kinds, to expose the dangers inherent in our factory farming system, and to advocate a complete plant-based diet. The bok garnered endorsements by everyone from Paul Hawken to Neal Donald Walsch, Marianne Williamson to Julia Butterfly Hill. After ten years in print, The Food Revolution is timelier than ever—and a very compelling read. The 10th anniversary edition has an updated, new contemporary look and a new introduction by the author.

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The Food Revolution: How Your Diet Can Help Save Your Life and Our World by John Robbins While it was not the only influence, it is accurate to say that I became a vegan over two decades ago after ... Read full review

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Totally changed the way I ate. One of the most compelling books I've read that has had a profound effect on my food choices. Would recommend this book to anyone wanting to know more about how our food choices affect not only our health but also the world we live in. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

John Robbins is the author of the bestselling The Food Revolution, Diet for a New America, and No Happy Cows. His life and work have been featured on PBS. He lives in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Visit them at www.foodrevolution.org.

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