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Vegetarian to Vegan: Give up Dairy. Give Up Eggs. For Good

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On July 21, 2014, Manalapan health Examiner Stacey Chillemi reviewed the book Vegetarian to Vegan: Give up Dairy. Give Up Eggs. For Good written by Sarah Taylor, a certified plant based nutritionist from Cornell University and motivational speaker. This book offers an easy-to-follow plan that jump-starts weight loss, increases energy level, clears the mind, and improves overall health. This review has just been released to the public and Manalapan health Examiner is here to share it exclusively with you.

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This book is very informative and motivational. Packed with informative information on how to making small changes in your lifestyle can make a huge impact on your health and the way you feel including tons of delicious recipes, which not only taste good, but they’re healthy to eat and will help you prevent, treat, and overcome many medical conditions and diseases.

In Sarah Taylor’s book, “Vegetarian to Vegan: Give up Dairy. Give Up Eggs. For Good," gives you the insights to not only understanding the difference between a vegetarian and a vegan, it gives you the insight to understand where our food really comes from and the destruction it is causing to our bodies.

The information concerning our environment pertaining to where our food comes from and how our food is manufactured is a critical factor to why our society has such a huge increase in diseases and many common medical conditions. One important factor I learned from this book is that you need to make sure you have a clear understanding of the foods you are consuming. Foods such as milk may not be as healthy as you think even though we were brought up to think that milk creates strong bones and helps for grow. Scientists today are confirming that milk is a huge reason for inflammation, asthma, runny noses, rashes hives, constipation, abdominal pain, diarrhea, itchy, swollen eyes and iron-deficient anemia. By making a few changes in your diet, creating a healthy lifestyle and eating vegan can change your entire life.

In chapter 1 and 2, in the beginning of the book, beginning on page 17, Taylor not only discusses about how milk and eggs cause more damage to our bodies than good, she shows you how by providing you with endless information consisting of how our milk and eggs are is really made, what surprisingly unhealthy substances, chemicals, hormones, and antibiotics are in our milk and how our government lets manufacturers sell it to us in this unhealthy manner. Taylor also describes how these poor animals are tortured and keep in unhealthy habitats, which are not only bad for the animals, but vitally harmful it is for the consumers as well.

Sarah Taylor’s approach to encourage others to become vegetarian and then consider becoming vegan was brilliant. All her information in her book was backed by scientific evidence not just by her opinion. She laid out the facts, explained to the readers why we need to rethink the way we eat and provided scientific evidence and testimonials to back up content in the book. She helped me realize that WE control our bodies. We can change the way we look and feel by providing our bodies with the vitamins and nutrients we need through the foods we eat. We do not need to rely on meats, eggs, dairy, over-the counter or prescription pills. We need to rely on ourselves and seriously reconsider the foods eat on a daily basis.

As you continue reading, you will find testimonials throughout the book, from others, who have used Sarah Taylor’s advice and applied it to their daily lives. All of them discuss their success using Taylor’s strategies and techniques. I am excited to try to implement a lot of Taylor’s advice into my lifestyle. If others had success, I am sure I will too.

The read was enjoyable because the book provides you with the stepping-stones and techniques to go from a regular eater, to vegetarian to possibly a vegan if you choose to go that route. Sarah Taylor the author provides the reader with extraordinary tools and techniques that help you achieve become a healthier eater, vegetarian or vegan.

As the book unfolds, you surprisingly begin to see how you can achieve and maintain optimum health, if you take the time to prepare your foods, excluding the unhealthy foods from your diet and including the foods in your diet suggested by Sarah Taylor.

This book on becoming a vegan and the recipes included were remarkable. The book captured my interest and it has motivated me to make seriously lifestyle changes because when we take a little extra time to prepare our meals at home using the right foods, we can not only help ourselves, but help to improve our families’ health as well.

In addition, through reading this book I realize no matter what age you are you need to care for your body. If you have time to watch, TV or go shopping then you, have their time to put aside to care for your body the way you should. Diseases and medical conditions are a reality and if you are not careful, you could be a victim.

Sarah Taylor and Mark Reinfeld worked as a team, to create a book that will work for anyone who is ready craves for better health. I proudly say, "This book helps me to take control of my health". I am looking forward to many more years of good health, thanks to Sarah Taylor’s book, Vegetarian to Vegan: Give up Dairy. Give Up Eggs. For Good!

Sarah Taylor’s book is an excellent book to help prevent, treat and overcome your medical condition as well as maintaining optimal health. It is packed with phenomenal advice. I found this book to be informative, motivating and was enjoyable to read. This book may be just what the doctor ordered for anyone who has a quest to stay healthy and maintain optimum health. I recommend this book to others.

About the Author:
Sarah Taylor became a vegan in 2002 after reading Diet for a New America by John Robbins. At the time, the vegan diet was relatively unknown, so in 2006, Sarah started “The Vegan Next Door,” (www.TheVeganNextDoor.com). In 2008, Sarah’s first vegan book, Vegan in 30 Days, was released, and has since sold thousands of copies in multiple languages. In 2010, Sarah completed her Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition from Cornell University. She worked as a Motivational Speaker for Joel Fuhrman, MD, author of Eat to Live, and is on faculty at the Nutritional Education Institute. Sarah has been interviewed for countless TV, radio and internet shows, including NPR, PBS and EarthSave Radio, and others. She is one of the experts on www.VegSource.com, runs her own blog at www.blogspot.thevegannextdoor.com and has a column in VegNews magazine.

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