Author : Margarita Restrepo
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Running Press
ISBN : 9780762460250
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 288 page

Food isn’t just food, it can be medicine! A plant-based, whole-food diet can help prevent chronic diseases, while also promoting a healthy weight. This isn’t just a modern concept that’s supported by today’s science, but a knowledge that’s deeply entrenched in our collective food history. Master Plants Cookbook, from the founder and chef for Naked Food© magazine, takes you on a fascinating journey of discovery that spans ancient civilizations, and links the wisdom of our ancestors with the magnificent power of foods we can still enjoy today. The plants and grains that these ancient cultures grew, ate, and thrived on remain the most powerful foods for our own optimum health. And by incorporating these 33 “Master” plants into your diet—from avocados, lentils, and beets to sweet potatoes, blueberries, and chia—you can benefit from their detoxifying, immune-boosting, health-promoting powers. With more than 100 delectable and easy recipes including “Himalayan Rice,” “Machu Picchu’s Quinoa Cookies,” and “Incan Mango Pudding,” Master Plants Cookbook draws on the best of ancient traditions to spark a new love for real, organic cuisine that packs a powerful healing punch. Whether you are already well on the road to a plant-based way of eating, or just need a little push, Master Plants will empower you to eat your way to your healthiest, most radiant self.

Author : Anne Barnhill
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Oxford University Press
ISBN : 9780199372263
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Food ethics, as an academic pursuit, is vast, incorporating work from philosophy as well as anthropology, economics, environmental sciences and other natural sciences, geography, law, and sociology. This Handbook provides a sample of recent philosophical work in food ethics. This philosophical work addresses ethical issues with agricultural production, the structure of the global food system, the ethics of personal food consumption, the ethics of food policy, and cultural understandings of food and eating, among other issues. The work in this Handbook draws on multiple literatures within philosophy, including practical ethics, normative ethics, and political philosophy, as well as drawing on non-philosophical work.

Author : Reshma Shah
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
ISBN : 9780757323621
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 448 page

"An evidence-based, practical resource that explores the many benefits of a plant-based diet and provides parents with the tools they need to feed their families for health and with joy. While nearly all parents agree that a nutritious diet is important for children to thrive, most feel that their children are not eating a healthy diet. This is not surprising, given the demands of busy families and confusing, conflicting research about what diet is really best for health. Nourish offers the solution parents have been waiting for when it comes to deciding what and how to feed their families. Authors Reshma Shah, MD, a plant-based pediatrician and affiliate clinical instructor at Stanford University School of Medicine, and Brenda Davis, RD, a world-renowned expert and pioneer in plant-based nutrition, will empower parents to become the experts of nourishing their families."--Amazon.

Author : JJ Pursell
Genre : Health & Fitness
Publisher : Timber Press
ISBN : 9781604698985
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 288 page

Trusted naturopath Dr. JJ Pursell shares 375 herbal recipes that support the daily health and wellness of every member of the household.

Author : Alexandra Caspero MA RDN
Genre : Health & Fitness
Publisher : Penguin
ISBN : 9780593192122
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 353 page

An accessible guide for vegan, vegetarian, or veg-curious parents from the dietitian duo behind online community Plant-Based Juniors®--includes a bonus chapter on feeding infants up to six months! More of us are turning to plant-focused diets for our health and the health of the environment. But there haven't been reliable, evidence-based resources out there for a new generation of compassionate, conscientious parents--until now. The Plant-Based Baby and Toddler is your go-to resource, offering easy-to-digest nutritional facts and guidelines that aren't available elsewhere, with a special focus on the most important period of a child's life when it comes to developing good eating habits: infancy and toddlerhood. Whitney and Alex discuss: • the PB3 plate: a visual guide to structuring meals that are nutritionally balanced--1/3 fruits and vegetables; 1/3 legumes, nuts and seeds; and 1/3 grains and starches--and easy to adapt for the entire family • how to meet needs for critical nutrients such as iron • a primer on both traditional purees and the baby-led weaning/feeding approach • strategies for dealing with challenges such as picky eaters • sorting fact from fiction when it comes to nondairy milks and other substitutes • 50+ plant-based recipes created specifically for stages from first bites to age three As dietitians and moms, Whitney and Alex pored over nutrition journals and called on the experts to learn how to provide their babies with the best diet possible. They found that plant-based diets are associated with a reduced risk of obesity, decreased cholesterol levels, and increased fruit and vegetable intake; in short, not only are they safe for kids, they're pretty freaking awesome.

Author : Jim Stewart
Genre : Computers
Publisher : Equity Press
ISBN : 9780975305201
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The Consultant's Guide to SAP SRM/EBP Configuration and Programming The heavy integration and amount of technical knowledge required to master SAP's SRM/EBP product is staggering, but also makes configuring and programming a challenge. Now, for the first time, a world class SAP consultant reveals his "secret handshake" solutions to real-world configuration and progarmming tasks in SAP/SRM EBP, and SAP Business Workflow. Much more than just a rehash of system documentation and training, the author explores topics and techniques that are simply not covered, or not covered as clearly, elsewhere. From implementing the basic system to debugging the most involved problems, dozens of examples show you just how to do it - or how to do it better! Key topics include Little known configuration options Undocumented transaction codes Important OSS notes and patches Workflow and approval implementation scenarios Using the ITS debug facility

Author : Maya A. Howard
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Zeitgeist
ISBN : 9780593196915
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 176 page

An essential guide to optimal whole-food, plant-based protein sources, prep and cooking tips, and a 4-week meal plan for a manageable transition. Embarking on their journey, people who are beginners to plant-based eating often find themselves asking, "But where will I get my protein from now?" The simple answer is: from plants! Plants are optimal protein sources, and yes, it is entirely possible to get your daily protein requirements exclusively from plants. In High-Protein Plant-Based Diet for Beginners, wellness leader and coach Maya A. Howard offers an invaluable guide that breaks down which plants have the highest protein content, shows you how to combine ingredients for complete protein meals, and features delicious everyday recipes that use a variety of high-protein whole-food plants, like vegetables, grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, and even fruit! High-Protein Plant-Based Diet for Beginners features: • A beginner's guide to plant protein, including a handy chart showing the highest-protein plant foods and a short tutorial on how to pair ingredients for a complete protein meal. • Quick and easy recipes featuring high-protein options for every meal of the day (even snacks and desserts!), like Banana Oatmeal Bake, Sweet Potato Chia Pancakes, Chickpea Tortilla Soup, Kale Pesto Zucchini Linguini, Pineapple Fried Rice, Watermelon Poke Bowl, and Black Bean Fudge Brownies. • An easy-to-follow 4-week meal plan, complete with helpful grocery lists and step-by-step prepping instructions that takes the guesswork out of your first four weeks.

Author : Ashley Madden
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Skyhorse
ISBN : 9781510757615
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 282 page

An essential resource for your health―if we are what we eat, let’s make every (delicious) bite count! This cookbook will no doubt transform your kitchen, bringing new plant-based, whole food ideas to the table and offering easy yet healthy recipe solutions for everything from celebratory meals to rushed weeknight dinners. Ashley Madden is a pharmacist turned plant-based chef, certified holistic nutritional consultant, and devoted health foodie. A diagnosis of multiple sclerosis changed her whole life and approach to food, eventually shaping a new food philosophy and inspiring this book. The Plant-Based Cookbook is especially helpful for those with dietary requirements or food allergies as all recipes are vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, and oil-free without compromising on taste or relying on packaged and processed ingredients. All-natural recipes include: One-pot creamy pasta Vibrant nourish bowls Decadent no-bake cinnamon rolls A show-stopping cheese ball Life-changing carrot cake And so much more! Whether you consider yourself an amateur home cook or a Michelin Star chef, this collection of recipes will inspire you to turn whole foods into magical, mouthwatering meals and give you confidence to prepare plants in creative and health-supportive ways.

Author : Joel K. Kahn, MD, FACC
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Book Publishing Company
ISBN : 9781570673870
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File Download : 160 page

An estimated one in five people worldwide have elevated levels of a type of cholesterol called lipoprotein(a) which can increase the risk for cardiovascular disease, including blocked arteries, blood clots, and stroke. Cardiologist Joel Kahn explains how this condition is a factor of genetics rather than poor lifestyle choices, and the best ways to test effectively for these levels. He shares research that shows plant-based diets in general provide the best defense against heart attacks, strokes, and cardiovascular disease and can play an important role in protecting individuals with elevated lipoprotein(a) levels. He has partnered with vegan expert Beverly Lynn Bennett who provides dozens of delicious oil-free, heart-healthy recipes that provide delicious options for boosting heart health.

Author : Adams Media
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
ISBN : 9781507214152
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 240 page

Enjoy healthy, plant-based meals and avoid the temptations of the dining hall and vending machines with over 175 easy, recipes any college student can master! Who says the food in college has to be unhealthy? Now, eating healthy is simpler than ever and can even be enjoyed when you’re at college! The Plant-Based College Cookbook is perfect for even the busiest college student and features 175 totally doable (and delicious) recipes to help you stick to your plant-based diet while on campus. Enjoy a Banana-Chocolate Chip Muffin and Creamy Carrot Smoothie to make that 8am class feel a bit easier. Impress your roommates with some homemade Vegan Spinach and Artichoke Dip and Mango Citrus Salsa. And never skip out on dessert with some Cocoa-Nut-Coconut No-Bake Cookies and DIY Peanut Butter Cups. With helpful advice on the kitchen basics and quick, effortless recipes, you can skip the temptations of the dining hall, eat clean, and even keep off that freshman fifteen!