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Never Too Late to Go Vegan: The Over-50 Guide to Adopting and Thriving on a Plant-Based Diet

Never Too Late to Go Vegan The Over Guide to Adopting and Thriving on a Plant Based Diet If you re or over and thinking or already committed to a vegan diet and lifestyle that will benefit your health animals and the planet look no further than this essential all in one resource Aut

  • Title: Never Too Late to Go Vegan: The Over-50 Guide to Adopting and Thriving on a Plant-Based Diet
  • Author: Carol J. Adams Patti Breitman Virginia Messina
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  • Page: 176
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • If you re 50 or over and thinking or already committed to a vegan diet and lifestyle that will benefit your health, animals, and the planet, look no further than this essential all in one resource Authors Carol J Adams, Patti Breitman, and Virginia Messina bring 75 years of vegan experience to this book to address the unique concerns of those coming to veganism laterIf you re 50 or over and thinking or already committed to a vegan diet and lifestyle that will benefit your health, animals, and the planet, look no further than this essential all in one resource Authors Carol J Adams, Patti Breitman, and Virginia Messina bring 75 years of vegan experience to this book to address the unique concerns of those coming to veganism later in life, with guidance on The nutritional needs that change with aging How your diet choices can reduce your odds of developing heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and other conditions Easy steps for going vegan, including how to veganize your favorite recipes and navigate restaurant menus, travel, and How to discuss your decision to go vegan with friends and family The challenges of caring for aging or ailing relatives who are not vegan And many other topics of particular interest to those over 50.Warmly written, down to earth, and filled with practical advice, plus insights from dozens of seasoned over 50 vegans, Never Too Late to Go Vegan makes it easier than ever to reap the full rewards of a whole foods, plant rich diet.

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    1 thought on “Never Too Late to Go Vegan: The Over-50 Guide to Adopting and Thriving on a Plant-Based Diet

    1. So, I’ve loved all of Ginny’s books, and have also enjoyed/admired Carol Adams’s and Patti Breitman’s work. This book is another winner, and is geared toward an important demographic. I consider Ginny a friend and am proud to call her friend. She’s a lovely person and has done so much good for the animals, and for helping people become vegan and helping them be as healthy as possible on vegan diets. I wouldn’t normally have had this book at the top of my radar given that I went vegan [...]

    2. This was a great starter book for someone wanting more information on eating vegan/healthier and especially for people 50+. There are great tips/recipes and the health aspects seem sound. I really liked that the authors did not come off as morally superior because they are vegan; looking askance at those who do eat meat, dairy,and eggs- instead they are encouraging, informative and supportive.

    3. I bought this book for my mom for her 60th birthday, but of course I read it before giving it to her, and I ate it right up. I love books by Ginny, who has such well-educated, low-stress nutritional advice and by Carol Adams, who always seems to have delicious recipes and calm, loving advice in her books. This book is the first of its kind. I don't believe I've read any book before that talks about how to eat vegan in assisted living situations or how to handle being vegan if you are a caretaker [...]

    4. I'm not yet in the age group of her intended audience, but I read Adams's Sexual Politics of Meat in college and think this will be an interesting book -

    5. This book contains some good information about why a vegan diet is healthy and why it can help you to be healthy even after the age of 50. The book is well-written and easy to read and I did learn some things from it. I was not thrilled, however, with the recipes because they rely on fake meat, fake milks and other fake food highly processed products. I think that the concept of eating a vegan diet sounds great, but I also want to eat whole foods and avoid processed foods, soy and GMOs. I have y [...]

    6. The more I read, the clearer it becomes that this is what's best for me. This book would be a good resource for anyone's not over the top for those over 50. along the lines of it's never too late to make changes to improve your health and life.

    7. Excellent book. Makes very convincing points on why it is never too late to change one's lifestyle, including eating, to more mindful, compassionate choices for our fellow animals, the environment and one's own health. Includes a good collection of recipes to get newbies started on eating vegan, with tips on easily adapting non-vegan recipes to vegan. Includes testimonials from the authors on their vegan journeys, as well as from others, some of whom contributed to the recipe collection. My favo [...]

    8. A well written, useful book for those interested in moving to a plant-based diet. In addition to what you'd expect (basic nutrition and recipes, tips for dining out, online resources), the book addresses the particular needs of people over the age of 50, such as dealing with adult children who are upset by your change in diet; working with the food staff at a retirement community to get plant-based meals; and the challenges of care-giving and being cared for. Overall, both thoughtful and inspiri [...]

    9. Easy to read in spurts. Not only recipes and the health reasons to go vegan, but great advice on handling different situations such as the caregiver role for someone who does not eat vegan. Using common sense and compassion, the authors lay the groundwork for the new vegan and how to accept and forgive yourself if you cannot make it 100% vegan right out of the starting gate. Like so many of the books I read, I got this from my local library. It is one of the few that I'm willing to buy for my ow [...]

    10. I loved this book. I have been a vegetarian for many years (actually, a pescitarian, since I occasionally eat fish). I am now moving into veganism, having read more about factory farming and the dairy and chicken industries. Even so-called compassionate farming and "cage free" hens are lies, and this book has opened my eyes. For me, new to veganism, it has good, solid information, many suggested websites and book titles, and tasty-sounding recipes.

    11. A good basic intro to vegan life, but also a lot of anecdotal filler. Makes its claim to elder status by including chapters on care taking and retirement homes. Many upper middle class assumptions about available resources.

    12. Not much new for the existing vegan, but had quite a bit of helpful stuff wanna-be vegans, especially for seniors, like how to deal with veganism in the retirement home or hospital and such. The recipes looked easy to make and I'll try some of them.

    13. It was so great to read that becoming Vegan at any age is a great idea. Lots of answers to my many questions and many good ideas for recipes. I am so glad that I found this book!

    14. I got a few recipes from the book that seem promising, and it had some good info for people who want to change their diet.

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