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Top 7 Books To Support Your Transition To Veganism

Change your impact on the natural world with these books that make being vegan super accessible

The vegan lifestyle has never been so relevant as it is today. The effects of the modern day society on animals just make transitioning to being vegan even more attractive and important.

It is a big change from the conventional way of life in our modern world. These books are written to help you with changing your life for the better with easy step by step processes that will lead you to being fully vegan.

#1 Becoming Vegan by Brenda Davis

Becoming Vegan by Brenda Davis
Who suggested this book?
The Becoming Vegan by Brenda Davis was recommended by Stefanie Almond from Hope & Love Radio. You can find out more about Stefanie Almond here or read their book recommendation below.

This book was written for academic librarians, health professionals and educators who specialize in nutrition. It discusses the nutritional guidelines of a vegan diet at all ages, discusses the benefits, and also discussions the essential nutrients. It is comprehensive, informative and also discusses animal cruelty.

#2 Becoming Vegetarian by Mary Donovan

Becoming Vegetarian by Mary Donovan
Who suggested this book?
The Becoming Vegetarian by Mary Donovan was recommended by Dan DeFigio from Iron Ring Publishing. You can find out more about Dan DeFigio here or read their book recommendation below.

If you want to improve your health with a vegetarian or vegan diet, you will be thrilled with this cookbook. You don’t have to live on salads alone! You will be amazed at the variety of delicious recipes and variations, both vegan and vegetarian, that you’ll find in Becoming Vegetarian.

This cookbook is designed to introduce beginners who are looking for guidance, inspiration, and recipe ideas to the vegetarian lifestyle. The meals in this cookbook have been carefully crafted ensure you’re getting the right nutrients. The introduction explains the different types of vegetarian eating, and the health benefits of a plant-based diet. Important nutrition concerns are addressed, and you’ll learn step-by-step everything you’ll need to do to adopt a vegetarian diet.

If you fear that cooking vegetarian meals is hard, you’re in for a treat! The recipes in this book are explained step by step, so there’s no way to do it wrong. Stick to these delicious recipes, and your family and guests will be impressed by your new culinary skills!

#3 Going Vegan: Your Daily Planner By Michelle Neff

Going Vegan: Your Daily Planner By Michelle Neff
Who suggested this book?
The Going Vegan: Your Daily Planner By Michelle Neff was recommended by Sarah Armour from Simon & Schuster. You can find out more about Sarah Armour here or read their book recommendation below.

Transition to veganism smoothly with this interactive step-by-step guided journal to help you kickstart your vegan diet with delicious recipes, detailed nutritional information, and prompts to record your progress.

#4 Vegan by Kyra de Vreeze

Vegan by Kyra de Vreeze
Who suggested this book?
The Vegan by Kyra de Vreeze was recommended by Kyra de Vreeze from The Quarto Group. You can find out more about Kyra de Vreeze here or read their book recommendation below.

The popularity of the vegan diet is on the rise and in Vegan, Kyra de Vreeze shows readers that choosing a plant-based diet does not mean that you have to compromise on flavour. Kyra’s book gives you 40 healthy yet delicious vegan meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as snacks and desserts.

#5 The Naked Vegan by Maz

The Naked Vegan by Maz
Who suggested this book?
The The Naked Vegan by Maz was recommended by Maz Valcorza from The Quarto Group. You can find out more about Maz Valcorza here or read their book recommendation below.

Imagine desserts that are guilt-free, snacks that make your skin glow and mains that give you nutrient-rich satisfaction and aid weight loss. You’re mood improves, you have enhanced concentration, productive sleep, better digestion and a reduced risk of heart disease. Intrigued? Meet MazValcorza, raw vegan convert and mastermind behind the gorgeous (and most importantly accessible) raw vegan book The Naked Vegan.

#6 SuperVeg by Celia Brooks

SuperVeg by Celia Brooks
Who suggested this book?
The SuperVeg by Celia Brooks was recommended by Celia Brooks from The Quarto Group. You can find out more about Celia Brooks here or read their book recommendation below.

In SuperVeg, Celia Brooks carefully selects 25 vegetables that she heralds as heroes, not only for their nutritional benefits but for the simple joy of cooking them. These plant champions are the ultimate health enhancers, both physiologically through their unique natural chemicals, and mindfully through discovering the most joyful way to prepare, cook and eat them.

By the time you have finished devouring SuperVeg, you will not just gain a full understanding of the surprising character and formidable power of these 25 vegetable heroes, but a life-long appreciation every time you eat them (particularly when you’re eating it as part of one of Celia’s 100 easy, delicious vegetarian and vegan recipes!)

#7 The Reducetarian Solution by Brian Kateman

The Reducetarian Solution by Brian Kateman
Who suggested this book?
The The Reducetarian Solution by Brian Kateman was recommended by Nikola Djordjevic from LoudCloudHealth. You can find out more about Nikola Djordjevic here or read their book recommendation below.

The book focuses more on how we can help the environment by reducing our meat and dairy consumption, both proven to be unhealthy to us and unsustainable to our planet. This way, one can inch their way towards vegetarianism, and eventually full veganism without feeling guilty about not committing to full-time veganism.

By starting slowly, it’s more likely to become vegan because you will naturally transition into foods that make you feel better and healthier. Not to mention understanding the impact that the meat and dairy industries have on our planet. Overall a great read, and definitely recommended for those of you starting on the path to a more plant-based diet.


Who contributed to this article?

Stefanie Almond from Hope & Love Radio

Dan DeFigio from Iron Ring Publishing

Sarah Armour from Simon & Schuster

Kyra de Vreeze from The Quarto Group

Maz Valcorza from The Quarto Group

Celia Brooks from The Quarto Group

Nikola Djordjevic from LoudCloudHealth

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