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New “Vegetarian Eating” Book From Staci Marquez-Nichols

Posted Feb 05 2010 11:46am
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In today’s meat-obsessed worldit’s not easy eating plants but a newly released book from Life TipsInc can help. So often seasoned vegetarians settle into an eating routine that may not be satisfying all of their needs… enter Staci Marquez-Nichols to the rescue.

Her book “101 Vegetarian Eating & Living Tips” provides info and insights veteran and newbie vegetarians alike can use to enjoy a smart and healthy vegetarian lifestyle – including ammunition you can use against veggie naysayers.

There are a ton of vegetarian cookbooks and books criticizing the meat industry availablesays author Stacibut surprisingly few resources on how to make a meat-free diet work. This is what makes ‘101 Vegetarian Eating & Living Tips’ so indispensable. There are a lot of long-term vegetarians who don’t know what a complete protein is or how to combine their foods to form them. There are a lot of veteran vegetarians who don’t know that processed soy–i.e. fake meat–is really bad for you. I explore all of these things in my book.

“101 Vegetarian Eating & Living Tips” provides readers with humorousreal-world and engaging insights every vegetarian can use.

Tips and trivia include:

  • Detailed vegetarian food groups (It’s more than nuts and berries!)
  • The body’s vitamin and nutrient requirements and how to meet them
  • The environmental impact of a vegetarian diet vs. the Standard American Diet
  • How to deal with meat cravings
  • Veggie-friendly fast food finds
  • A list of famous vegetarians and vegans
  • Thought-provoking quotes on vegetarianism from everyone from Albert Einstein to Leonardo da Vinci
  • Specific chapters for vegetarian athletesvegetarian kidspregnant vegetarianstraveling vegetariansand more

“101 Vegetarian Eating & Living Tips” is available from Amazon.com (where it has already earned a 5-star rating) for less than $10.

You can also check out Staci’s websiteVegetarianTips.net.

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