5 Best Vegan Nutrition Books of All Time
As featured on CNN, Forbes and Inc – Identifies and rates the best books in the world, based on recommendations by thought leaders and experts.
Simple Happy Kitchen
An Illustrated Guide For Your Plant-Based Life
No Meat Athlete, Revised and Expanded
A Plant-Based Nutrition and Training Guide for Every Fitness Level-Beginner to Beyond [Includes More Than 60 Recipes!]
Matt Frazier, Matt Ruscigno, Brendan Brazier
No Meat Athlete is the plant-based guide you need to perform at your very best, no matter where you are on your fitness journey.Combining proven training plans, easy yet innovative recipes, and motivational stories into a unique fitness guide, healthy-living cookbook, and nutrition primer, No Meat Athlete is perfect for all athletes, from beginner to elite, who want to enjoy the health benefits of a meatless lifestyle. Veganism, already a top food trend and diet, is taking off in the sports world.
22 Day Revolution
Marco Borges, Beyoncé, Dean Ornish
The Plant-Based Boost
Nutrition Solutions for Athletes and Exercise Enthusiasts
No matter what type of athlete or exercise enthusiast you are, this resource book provides the latest research on sports nutrition and how to boost plant-based foods for athletic performance and optimal health. If you’re an omnivore trying to eat less meat or a vegan trying to achieve nutritional balance, you’ll gain strategies to implement before, during, and after exercise. You’ll learn about protein quality and dosing, types and amounts of carbohydrates to target, the benefits of healthy fats, and fluid and electrolyte intake for adequate hydration.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition
The healthy vegan diet-made easy. Vegans face their own special challenges when it comes to nutrition and this book provides answers. There are about one million vegans in the U.S. and about 50,000 new ones every year. A growing number of physicians advocate a completely plant-based diet for many of their patients who suffer from diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. In The Complete Idiot’s Guide(r) to Plant-Based Nutrition, readers will find: Where to get nutrients that others get from meat and dairy. How to avoid the vegan pitfall of overfed but undernourished. How to spot hidden animal ingredients in packaged foods.