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The Compassionate Diet: How What You Eat Can Change Your Life and Save the Planet-Arran Stephens, Eliot Jay Rosen

  • Title: The Compassionate Diet: How What You Eat Can Change Your Life and Save the Planet
  • Author: Arran Stephens, Eliot Jay Rosen
  • Released: 2011-05-24
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  • Pages: 160
  • ISBN: 1609610636
  • ISBN13: 978-1609610630
  • ASIN: 1609610636

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Review “If you want your life to be an expression of your heart’s purpose, if you want your daily actions to reflect your love for life, this book is for you. If you follow its tenets, you will be healthier and happier. Plus, you will be joining the ever-growing efforts of millions toward a spiritually fulfilling, socially just, and environmentally sustainable human presence on this planet.” —John Robbins, author of Diet for a New America, The Food Revolution, and Healthy at 100 “Arran Stephens has long been at the forefront of the natural foods and vegetarian movements in North America. The Compassionate Diet persuasively advocates choosing a plant-centered diet rather than an animal-foods diet from a completely holistic perspective. I especially appreciate the book’s extensive coverage of the spiritual aspects of dietary choice, which most of the books and essays in the important conversation about industrial food systems and diet tend to ignore.” —John Mackey, cofounder and CEO, Whole Foods Markets, and a vegan “The Compassionate Diet is a blueprint to better health for body, mind, spirit, and the planet. It makes a compelling case for a simple life change through what we eat and how we can fulfill the heart’s innate desire for compassion. This is a book about personal and global transformation.” —H.H. Sant Rajinder Singh Ji Maharaj, author of Inner and Outer Peace through Meditation and Empowering Your Soul through Meditation

About the Author Arran Stephens and his wife are the founders of Nature’s Path Organic Foods, North America’s largest organic breakfast foods company. He has received Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year and the Canadian Health Food Association’s Hall of Fame awards and has been named among Canada’s Best 100 Employers. He lives with his family in Vancouver. Eliot Jay Rosen is a clinical psychotherapist and health writer based in Hawaii. He is the author of the Los Angeles Times bestselling book Experiencing the Soul.
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