By Carol J. Adams, Patti Breitman
If you're 50 or over and considering (or already devoted to!) a vegan vitamin and way of life that may profit your wellbeing and fitness, animals, and the planet, glance no additional than this crucial all-in-one source.
Authors Carol J. Adams, Patti Breitman, and Virginia Messina deliver seventy five years of vegan adventure to this booklet to handle the original matters of these coming to veganism later in lifestyles, with counsel on:
• The dietary wishes that adjust with aging
• How your vitamin offerings can decrease your odds of constructing center ailment, diabetes, melanoma, and different conditions
• effortless steps for going vegan, together with the way to veganize your favourite recipes and navigate eating place menus, shuttle, and more
• how one can talk about your selection to head vegan with associates and family
• The demanding situations of taking good care of getting older or ill family who're now not vegan
• and plenty of different themes of specific curiosity to these over 50.
Warmly written, down-to-earth, and choked with useful recommendation, plus insights from dozens of pro over-50 vegans, by no means Too past due to move Vegan makes it more straightforward than ever to harvest the total rewards of a whole-foods, plant-rich diet.
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Extra resources for Never Too Late to Go Vegan: The Over-50 Guide to Adopting and Thriving on a Plant-Based Diet
Ingredients in vegan recipes are often optional and or substitutable. Unlike a soufflé, vegan food is very forgiving. So don’t be discouraged if you don’t have exactly the right ingredient for a recipe. If you don’t have a red onion, use scallions or a yellow onion or even dried onion flakes. If your recipe calls for French lentils and you have only regular lentils, that’s okay. If you use oregano when marjoram is called for, your food will not suffer for it. Unless you are making a grilled cheese sandwich, you can usually omit the vegan cheese from vegan recipes, especially when it is intended as a topping, such as in burritos or salads.
So don’t be discouraged if you don’t have exactly the right ingredient for a recipe. If you don’t have a red onion, use scallions or a yellow onion or even dried onion flakes. If your recipe calls for French lentils and you have only regular lentils, that’s okay. If you use oregano when marjoram is called for, your food will not suffer for it. Unless you are making a grilled cheese sandwich, you can usually omit the vegan cheese from vegan recipes, especially when it is intended as a topping, such as in burritos or salads.
And those are still driving forces behind the kind of advice I give about nutrition and the type of food choices I make for myself. But if we stop at those concerns—as important as they are— it’s a pretty limited and narrow way of looking at food choices. Food choices have such far-reaching impacts. As a nutrition professional, I feel obligated to share information that acknowledges the impacts, not just on health, but on the lives of animals and the environment, too. THE LIVES OF FARMED ANIMALS Current agricultural processes are committed to producing animal protein quickly and cheaply.