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Forks Over Knives Family: Every Parent's Guide to Raising Healthy, Happy Kids on a Whole-Food, Plant-Based Diet Kindle Edition
"An informative, nutritionally balanced guide and recipe book so that you can feed your family a plant-based diet that is delicious, cost-effective, and easy." -- Mayim Bialik, author of Mayim's Vegan Table
"One of the most wonderful things you can do for your kids is to feed them healthy plant-based foods that they’ll enjoy eating. Forks Over Knives Family shows you how. Highly recommended!" -- Dean Ornish, MD, founder and president, Preventive Medicine Research Institute
"Forks Over Knives Family serves up delicious, whole food recipes that everyone in your house will enjoy!" -- Michelle and Matt, authors of the New York Times bestseller Thug Kitchen
"An essential book to protect the health and future of your family." -- Michael Greger, MD, FACLM, founder of NutritionFacts.org and author of How Not to Die
"Forks Over Knives Family is refreshingly rational, no-fuss, and practical; it encourages parents to focus on the big picture and find the joy in healthful eating for the family!" -- Michelle McMacken, MD, assistant professor of medicine, NYU School of Medicine
"A must read for anyone with a family or thinking of starting one." -- Robert Ostfeld, MD, director of preventive cardiology, Montefiore Medical Center --This text refers to the paperback edition.
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A Plant-Based Pregnancy Means More Energy
I certainly can’t speak for every whole-food, plant-based mother ever, but based on my own pregnancies I can personally vouch for some pretty great benefits to this lifestyle. Not only did I experience everything listed on these pages, I also felt energetic all the way through both pregnancies. Sure, I was tired, but I was still able to do some form of exercise, such as walking, hiking, or using the elliptical machine every day until the time my water broke. After our second daughter, Jordan, was born, I could get up and go almost immediately. Jordan even joined her older sister, Kylee, at the park when she was only two days old! I’m pretty sure Jordan doesn’t remember it, but I certainly do, and it was wonderful. --This text refers to the paperback edition.
- ASIN : B017I25DM2
- Publisher : Atria Books (6 September 2016)
- Language : English
- File size : 66526 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 421 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 123,557 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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However, like every other cookbook, I'm finding it far too complicated, they can't just have simplified versions of recipes. One is expected to have access and supply to an overwhelming number and variety of ingredients, so many I've never heard of, and I'm not new to this either, our kitchen is very well stocked with vegan food items, supplements, seeds, spices etc.
And yet, the recipes in the book are almost as if for beginners? Things like mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffed roasted tomatoes... There aren't really any recipes that cover a comprehensive dinner, except a few pastas and casseroles, and seeing as it's for "family" there aren't many things in here that interest my children either!
Perhaps there just aren't enough recipes...at first it looks like there are. But we just skip over so many things that don't interest us, and even the simple ones seem overcomplicated. The recipes take an incredible amount of time to prepare. There are a few good cheese recipes. Sadly most of this stuff can be found online. I bought it to help us make the switch and the bottom line is we hardly used it and now we don't touch it.