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7 Next Level Vegan Nutrition Books

The books written by people who know what they’re talking about when it comes to veganism and healthy eating

You’re doing the right thing if you want to know more about how the vegan lifestyle fits into your diet.
These books by experienced nutritionists who believe in the vegan dream quash any doubts you might have about the vegan diet. After all, it makes sense that living in a way that doesn’t damage the natural world around us is healthy.

Read our short descriptions of each book to find more about the vegan diet and how to properly plan out your meals everyday with these incredible books!

#1 A Guide to Vegan Nutrition by George Eisman

A Guide to Vegan Nutrition by George Eisman
Who suggested this book?
The A Guide to Vegan Nutrition by George Eisman was recommended by Cynthia Lopez from Smart Healthy Living. You can find out more about Cynthia Lopez here or read their book recommendation below.

When looking for any type of nutrition book (i.e. a book about veganism), make sure that it is written by a registered dietitian, since these are the nutrition experts. Doctors, Instagram stars and health coaches do not have the same education as a registered dietitian. Also, it is essential that you find a vegan book that addresses the risk of nutrient deficiencies on a long term vegan diet.

Vegans are at risk of several nutrient deficiencies if the diet is not planned carefully, so a good vegan book author should be aware of that. A Guide to Vegan Nutrition by George Eisman, RD This book weighs the risks and benefits of veganism and draws from research.

#2 Eat More Plants by Desiree Nielsen

Eat More Plants by Desiree Nielsen
Who suggested this book?
The Eat More Plants by Desiree Nielsen was recommended by Cynthia Lopez from Smart Healthy Living. You can find out more about Cynthia Lopez here or read their book recommendation below.

Eat More Plants: Over 100 Anti-inflammatory Plant-based Recipes for Vibrant Living by Desiree Nielsen, RD This book focuses on more plant-based eating, which includes vegan recipes. However, for people who don’t want to jump all the way into veganism, they may find some good recipes to simply add more healthy plant-based meals into their lifestyle.

#3 Vegan for Life by Jack Norris

Vegan for Life by Jack Norris
Who suggested this book?
The Vegan for Life by Jack Norris was recommended by Shawn Lim from Omni Contractors. You can find out more about Shawn Lim here or read their book recommendation below.

Deciding whether a plant-based diet is suitable for you can be tough with all the myths surrounding it and omnivorous diets. In this book, nutritionists Jack Norris and Virginia Messena addresses all your concerns and put these myths to rest.

The book starts by introducing you to the proven benefits of going vegan and proceeds to debunk the myths shrouding plant-based diets. With its scientifically backed research and knowledge, this book allows you to dive headfirst into a plant-based lifestyle.

Regardless of what life stage you’re at, ‘Vegan for Life’ has got you covered. Whether you’re concerned about meeting your nutritional needs to dietary supplements recommendations, this book has got your back.

#4 The China Study by T. Colin Campbell

The China Study by T. Colin Campbell
Who suggested this book?
The The China Study by T. Colin Campbell was recommended by Madeleine Seah from Durian Papi. You can find out more about Madeleine Seah here or read their book recommendation below.

The China Study is the ultimate book for people who are interested in learning about the benefits of going vegan. This easy-to-read book will completely alter your perception of food and provides great details about the science behind a plant-based diet. It also explains how a plant-based diet can help combat against diseases and illnesses.

In addition, belief systems around our food consumption are deeply entrenched. As a society, we believe that meat and dairy are the only soles of protein worthy of merit. In this book, however, the authors re-examine this notorious ‘protein myth’ and debunks it.

#5 How To Go Vegan by Veganuary

How To Go Vegan by Veganuary
Who suggested this book?
The How To Go Vegan by Veganuary was recommended by Nick Rizzo from RunRepeat. You can find out more about Nick Rizzo here or read their book recommendation below.

It is just a really refreshing, simple, comprehensive take on going vegan. It covers everything you need to know. Why people go Vegan, how to do it practically, tips on how to handle all the difficult aspects of going vegan as well as simple things like shopping for food or eating at a restaurant.

For example, having the suggest essential vegan ingredients really helped me to feel comfortable making the transition. It simplified my options to meals I can make with these, which a simple google search could help me figure out.

Plus, it was just an enjoyable read. Well written, well said, and none of the extra fluff.

#6 Oh She Glows by Angela Liddon

Oh She Glows by Angela Liddon
Who suggested this book?
The Oh She Glows by Angela Liddon was recommended by Hannah Koschak from Wholesome Endeavors. You can find out more about Hannah Koschak here or read their book recommendation below.

This cookbook is a great way for beginner vegans to cook plant-based meals using familiar foods.

#7 How Not to Die Cookbook by Dr. Greger

How Not to Die Cookbook by Dr. Greger
Who suggested this book?
The How Not to Die Cookbook by Dr. Greger was recommended by Hannah Koschak from Wholesome Endeavors. You can find out more about Hannah Koschak here or read their book recommendation below.

This cookbook gives a great understanding as to why eating the suggested food is important for your health.


Who contributed to this article?

Cynthia Lopez from Smart Healthy Living

Shawn Lim from Omni Contractors

Madeleine Seah from Durian Papi

Nick Rizzo from RunRepeat

Hannah Koschak from Wholesome Endeavors

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