My Beef with Meat

The Healthiest Argument for Eating a Plant-Strong Diet--Plus 140 New Engine 2 Recipes
By Rip Esselstyn (Hardcover Book, 2013)
For the millions who are following a plant-based diet, as well as those meat-eaters who are considering it, MY BEEF WITH MEAT is the definitive guide to convincing all that it's truly the best way to eat! New York Times Bestelling author of The Engine 2 Diet and nutrition lecturer Rip Esselstyn, is back and ready to arm readers with the knowledge they need to win any argument with those who doubt the health benefits of a plant-based diet--and convince curious carnivores to change their diets once and for all. Esselstyn reveals information on the foods that most people believe are healthy, yet that scientific research shows are not. Some foods, in fact, he deems so destructive they deserve a warning label. Want to prevent heart attacks, stroke, cancer and Alzheimer's? Then learn the facts and gain the knowledge to convince those skeptics that they are misinformed about plant-base diets, for instance:

You don't need meat and dairy to have strong bones or get enough protein

You get enough calcium and iron in plants

The myth of the Mediterranean diet

There is a serious problem with the Paleo diet

If you eat plants, you lose weight and feel great

MY BEEF WITH MEAT proves the Engine 2 way of eating can optimize health and ultimately save lives and includes more than 145 delicious recipes to help readers reach that goal.
  • Grand Central Publishing
    • Format: Hardcover Book

    • Price: $25.00 US/$28.00 CAN

    • ISBN-13: 9781455509362

    • On Sale Date: 05/14/2013

    • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing

    Formats Available: Hardcover Book, Electronic Book

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For the millions who are following a plant-based diet, as well as those meat-eaters who are considering it, MY BEEF WITH MEAT is the definitive guide to convincing all that it's truly the best way to eat! New York Times Bestelling author of The Engine 2 Diet and nutrition lecturer Rip Esselstyn, is back and ready to arm readers with the knowledge they need to win any argument with those who doubt the health benefits of a plant-based diet--and convince curious carnivores to change their diets once and for all. Esselstyn reveals information on the foods that most people believe are healthy, yet that scientific research shows are not. Some foods, in fact, he deems so destructive they deserve a warning label. Want to prevent heart attacks, stroke, cancer and Alzheimer's? Then learn the facts and gain the knowledge to convince those skeptics that they are misinformed about plant-base diets, for instance:

You don't need meat and dairy to have strong bones or get enough protein

You get enough calcium and iron in plants

The myth of the Mediterranean diet

There is a serious problem with the Paleo diet

If you eat plants, you lose weight and feel great

MY BEEF WITH MEAT proves the Engine 2 way of eating can optimize health and ultimately save lives and includes more than 145 delicious recipes to help readers reach that goal.

Born in upstate New York, Rip Esselstyn grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, and studied speech communciations at the University of Texas, Austin, where he was an All-American swimmer. After spending 10 years as a professional triathlete, Rip joined the Austin fire department in 1997. He now travels year-round lecturing and giving seminars on the Engine 2 lifestyle. He is the author of The New York Times bestseller The Engine 2 Diet. Visit his website at www.engine2diet.com.
  • "My Beef with Meat is one of the most enlightening and practical books you'll ever read. Rip Esselstyn tackles every key health issue and provides exactly the information readers need to achieve the best of health and peak performance. As one of the most respected leaders in the movement for better health, Rip Esselstyn tells it exactly as it is." --Neal D. Barnard, MD, New York Times bestselling author of The 21-Day Weight Loss Kickstart and Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine at George Washington University School of Medicine

  • "Rip Esselstyn is a living, breathing example of what a plant-based diet can do for you.  In his new book, he lays out exactly why you get so strong and healthy by avoiding meat and opting for food that's grown in the ground or on trees.  Eat like he does and be transformed!"--Kathy Freston, bestselling author of The Lean

  • "Once again Rip cuts the bull and serves up the straight facts, along with delicious recipes, for health and performance.  I wish I had this book when I decided to go plant strong!" --Scott Jurek, world renown ultramarathon champion and bestselling author of Eat and Run

  • "This book is revolutionary! It dispels all the nutrition myths that cause sickness and confusion in our society. Rip is straight-forward, succinct and caring with his delivery of information that will save your life. Arm yourself with knowledge and delicious plant-strong recipes!" --Lindsay S. Nixon, author of The Happy Herbivore Cookbook series

  • "Debunking the myths about animal products and distilling the facts about healthful eating, this book should be required reading for everyone who eats. In other words, EVERYONE!" --Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, bestselling author and creator of The 30-Day Vegan Challenge

  • "My Beef with Meat" makes it clear why a plant-based diet is the best diet on earth, and why an animal-based diet is so unhealthy. This fascinating and fun book is a must for anyone interested in health and nutrition!" --Brian Wendel, Executive Producer of Forks Over Knives

  • "In his new book, Rip Esselstyn continues his trailblazing efforts to create a healthy plant-strong nation by extinguishing many of the myths and concerns about a whole foods plant-based diet." --Jeff Novick, MS, RD

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My Beef with Meat
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
  • Price: $25.00 US/$28.00 CAN
  • Pages: 288
  • Physical Dimensions: 6" x 9"
  • ISBN-13: 9781455509362
  • On Sale Date: 05/14/2013
My Beef with Meat