The Flexitarian Diet - Book Review

Have you ever thought of modifying your diet slightly and going a little more toward the vegetarian side? I came across a wonderful book with lots of reasons to eat more veggies and less red meat, along with more than 100 recipes to make the transition to incorporating more vegetables in our daily diets fun and easy.

Dawn Jackson Blatner has written “The Flexitarian Diet: The Mostly Vegetarian Way to Lose Weight, Be Healthier, Prevent Disease, and Add Years to Your Life”. The title tells you why eating more vegetables is a good thing and science has even proven that flexitarians weigh 15 percent less, have a lower rate of heart disease, diabetes and cancer, and live 3.6 years longer than carnivores. It explains how to get the benefits of a vegetarian lifestyle without having to cut out meat-eating completely.

This method of eating is not a diet in the sense that most people think of diets. It is a way to eat smarter and healthier meals with recipes that make the transition a smooth one. The book shows you how to incorporate more plant-based meals and minimize meat-eating without eliminating it altogether. I found the information and recipes helpful and easy.

You can read and sample pages from the book or purchase it from

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