Eat So What! The Power Of Vegetarianism

Nutrition Guide For Weight Loss, Disease Free, Drug Free, Healthy Long Life (Full Version)

Non-Fiction - Health - Fitness
174 Pages
Reviewed on 10/01/2019
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Author Biography

La Fonceur is a dance artist, a health blogger and the author of the book series Eat So What. She has a master’s degree in Pharmacy, and she specialized in Pharmaceutical Technology. She has published an article titled ‘Techniques for Producing Biotechnology-Derived Products of Pharmaceutical Use’ in Pharmtechmedica Journal. She is a registered state pharmacist. She is a national-level GPAT qualifier of the year 2011 in which she was among the top 1400 nationwide. Being a research scientist, she has worked closely with drugs. Based on her experience, she believes vegetarian foods are the remedy for many diseases; one can prevent most of the diseases with nutritional foods and a healthy lifestyle.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Eat So What! The Power Of Vegetarianism by La Fonceur tackles the relevant topic of eating healthily and thereby staying healthy. The author gives ten reasons to stay healthy by being vegetarian, why more protein should be consumed daily, the top ten foods that should be eaten, facts about fat, why carbohydrates should not be given up completely, the top ten foods for vegetarians to prevent B12 deficiency, and many other useful suggestions that will help readers decide what to eat to maintain overall health.

This book works as a handy manual for readers who want to make changes in their diet and eating habits and do not know how to go about it and where to begin. The information provided is basic and helps readers to get started easily. The pictures in the book add color and make the content look appealing and attractive to readers. The author sticks to the basics which will help readers decide upon their diet, depending on their deficiencies. La Fonceur deals with the topic methodically, making it simple and easy to understand. This book is perfect for readers who want to get started and will give them good tips on how to change their daily eating habits, get rid of their deficiencies, and stay healthy. It is a good book when deciding what types of food should be chosen to stay healthy and fit.