Voices of the Food Revolution:
You Can Heal Your Body and Your World – With Food!
Join the Food Revolution now! It will help you save your life and the life of the planet!
Bestselling author John Robbins joins with his son and colleague Ocean Robbins to bring you 21 gamechanging conversations with some of the world’s leading scientists, doctors, teachers, farmers, economists, and nutritionists.
Here, in one easy to read book, is the distilled wisdom from some of the greatest minds and most brilliant leaders of our times.
You’ll see Dr. Dean Ornish, Bill McKibben, Rory Freedman, Raj Patel, Dr. Vandana Shiva, Frances Moore Lappe’, Kathy Freston, Dr. Neal Barnard, Marianne Williamson, Dr. T. Colin Campbell, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Gene Baur, and others as you’ve never seen them before: engaged in far-ranging, breakthrough conversations with one of the undisputed pioneers of the food revolution.
This book’s contributors have transformed the lives of millions.
Their works are wide-ranging, and include undercover exposes of what really goes on in factory farms, getting wholesome food to the poor, and breakthrough research on treating obesity, diabetes, cancer, and heart disease through nutrient-rich diets.
Together they make one rallying cry: for a healthy, sustainable, humane, and delicious revolution in how we and the world are fed. Get it now.
Did you know that:
- More than 80% of the foods you eat in restaurants and buy at supermarkets contain genetically engineered ingredients, and that some scientists have linked these ingredients to toxic and allergic reactions in people; sickness, sterility, and fatalities in livestock; and to damage to virtually every organ studied in lab animals?
- If you don’t count French fries, ketchup or pizza as vegetables, more than half of Americans eat no vegetables at all?
- Cancer and heart disease can be prevented and even reversed with the right plant-based food choices?
- Cows raised for meat are impacting our climate more than cars?
- It’s possible to be a positive food revolutionary without sounding like a self-righteous nag?