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If wanting to maintain good health is your primary motivation for adopting a plant-based diet, this user-and family-friendly cookbook makes it easy and inviting for anyone to happily convert to a new dietary lifestyle. The simplest and most health-promoting diet is built on whole, plant-based foods that are low in fat, sugar, and sodium and high in fiber and nutrients. But to be sustainable, the food must be delicious, interesting, and fun to eat.
Simply Plant-Based offers a smorgasbord of satisfying options. Savory Kale Scones, Chocolate Chip Crepes, Asian Noodle Soup, Chipotle Black Bean burgers, Fettuccine Alfredo with Mushrooms, Baba Ghanoush, Potato Paninis, and Cauliflower Wings are just a few of the innovative choices available. A plethora of tantalizing photos offer inspiration and anticipation.
As a practicing physician Vanita Rahman can testify that based on experience and scientific evidence health benefits include weight loss; lowered blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol; reduced joint pain; and increased energy. And as a nutritionist, she is able to address nutritional concerns about plant-based diets, including protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and soy estrogens. Whether you're new to this style of eating or a long-time vegan wishing to embrace healthier, more wholesome choices, choose from a smorgasbord of satisfying and innovative options. So don't wait and dive into an exciting kitchen adventure and new lease on life.
Vanita Rahman, MD, is a board-certified physician in internal medicine. She spent more than fifteen years practicing internal medicine with Kaiser Permanente. A member of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, Dr. Rahman is the clinic director at the Barnard Medical Center in Washington DC where she conducts nutrition education programs, and provides patient care with an emphasis on plant-based nutrition.