Vegan: The New Ethics of Eating

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McBooks Press, 2001 - Cooking - 211 pages
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In this book, you will find the latest information about how what you eat affects your health, the environment, and the existence of the animals who share this planet, along with in-depth discussions of ground-breaking work by these internationally respected experts: Heart specialist, Dean Ornish, M.D.; Nutrition scientist, T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D.; Weight loss expert, Terry Shintani, M.D.; Farm Sanctuary founders, Gene and Lorri Bauston; Vegetarian nutritionist, Suzanne Havala, R.D.; Population analysis, David Pimentel, Ph.D.; Mad Cow disease expert, Stephen Dealler, M.D.; Rangeland activist, Lynn Jacobs.
 

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Contents

The beat goes on
3
Cutting your cancer risk
25
Eat well to weigh less
43
The perfect food isnt
57
How now mad cow
65
THE TRUTH ABOUT FOOD ANIMALS
87
Rescued
89
Chickens and eggs
99
The killing business
139
BEYOND THE DINNER TABLE
151
World hunger
153
American rangeland
171
Awakening
187
The New Four Food Groups
194
Resources
196
Notes
198

Pigs
115
Milk and beef
125

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About the author (2001)

Erik Marcus is a writer and public speaker who is dedicated to the advocacy of vegan and vegetarian diets. He is a graduate of Columbia University, where he earned his master's degree in teaching writing. He lives in Cupertion, California.

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