Weekday Vegetarian

Weekday Vegetarian A vegetarian diet can markedly improve your health and fitness but what if you still love munching into a juicy burger every now and again Graham Hill has a powerful and simple solution become a week

  • Title: Weekday Vegetarian
  • Author: Graham Hill Alex Estes
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Weekday Vegetarian

    A vegetarian diet can markedly improve your health and fitness, but what if you still love munching into a juicy burger every now and again Graham Hill has a powerful and simple solution become a weekday vegetarian Eat no meat from Monday through Friday During the weekends, you re back to being a carnivore Hill, who founded the eco blog treehugger, has expanded thA vegetarian diet can markedly improve your health and fitness, but what if you still love munching into a juicy burger every now and again Graham Hill has a powerful and simple solution become a weekday vegetarian Eat no meat from Monday through Friday During the weekends, you re back to being a carnivore Hill, who founded the eco blog treehugger, has expanded the popular short talk he gave at TED 2010 with a life changing digital book that explores the personal, economic, and societal benefits of moving meat out of your diet Don t fear that vegetarian dishes all taste like sawdust Hill includes great tasting veggie recipes to get you started.

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    1. Nina

      This is a short text from a Ted Talk the authors did. It's really very short, and is a quick read. The text of the book make several good points about eating meat and its negative effects - but it was really nothing I hadn't heard before. Being vegan, I found this book a little unsatisfying because I struggle with the concept of someone knowing all the negative effects of meat eating and still not giving it up because they like the taste. I find that hard to deal with, honestly. My own personal [...]

    2. Jane

      This is one of the TED kindle singles and is a background to Graham Hill's TED talk. I don't think you necessarily need to have watched the TED talk to get the most out of it. It's a well put together collection of facts and thoughts about human health and planet health and the impact of meat consumption. Quite a lot of the book is recipes for your first month of being a weekday vegetarian which I found quite unnecessary and I had hoped for some more pages of facts or insight instead. Also a ver [...]

    3. MD

      I absolutely love this book! It was a fast read. Only takes a few hours, if you can read it in one sitting. So informative, eye-opening, and factual. Graham Hill writes this book so simply and straightforward that you cannot help but feel inspired. I think everyone needs to read this book, and at least give themselves a chance to try vegetarianism. For the last two years, I have gone back to being a vegetarian and it is challenging, but I feel much better about myself & my health!!! Give it [...]

    4. Jessica

      I get the thrust of his argument, and there's enough disagreement between nutritionists that arguing we don't even need 50g of protein per day has some support in some quarters, but It's not that I don't agree that farming and feeding cheap meat to all of us is killing the environment. It's not that I don't agree that we have weird sets of rules when it comes to what meats are "okay" and which are verboten. I just wasn't that impressed by the book.

    5. Jorien

      The main point of the book was "do not eat meat for 5 days a week".Which I think is sensible, but all and all it is not consistent. How about dairy, how about eggs, how about negative studies concerning the effects of soy? This was a soapbox manifesto, but it hasn't changed my mind.If you're looking at good books read micheal pollan's or food inc. There is some background information after which you will never ever will go to McDonalds, not even for the vegetarian food.

    6. Noah Jacobs

      Quick read, but verbose in parts. It's a very short book with a meaningful message, but the point can be conveyed in a few sentences. I give it three stars for the food recipes at the end, which may be quite useful.

    7. Kenyatta Johnson

      Quick, insightful read. Mainly informative on the high risks associated with the SAD and the harm this diet has on the planet as a whole. The recipes could have been better but you can find plenty of vegan or vegetarian meal plans online.

    8. Hannah Givens

      Quick inspiring read. I wasn't super impressed with the recipes though -- don't start there if you're a new vegetarian!

    9. Jennifer Gibson

      Short, sweet, and right to point! I loved it and actually in the summer time when it is too hot to cook, I use this method!

    10. Jody

      This is what I was looking for; reasons to cut down on meat in my diet but not out completely. I liked several of the recipes that were included; they looked easy and quick to make.

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