The China Study Cookbook puts the scientific findings of The China Study on your plate.
Written by LeAnne Campbell, this cookbook features delicious, easy vegan recipes. Best of all, they have no added fat and minimal sugar and salt.
All of the recipes follow three important principles:
Optimal nutrition is based on eating foods, not taking supplements;
The closer foods are to their native states when eaten, the higher their long-term health benefits; and
Choosing locally grown organic produce whenever possible to maximize nutritional value.
Inside, discover time-tested favorites and brand-new dishes:
Almond-Topped Blueberry Coffee Cake
Green Banana Cassava Soup
Peanut Butter Bars
Black Bean Chipotle Burgers
Sweet Potato Enchiladas
Passion Fruit Bliss Cheeseless Cake Delight
Filled with tips on substitutions and keeping foods nutrient-rich, The China Study Cookbook shows you how to transform your health and the health of your entire family—along with contributing to the health of your community and the world—all while enjoying incredible meals.
About the Author
LeAnne Campbell, PhD, lives in Durham, North Carolina. She has been preparing meals based on a whole-food, plant-based diet for almost 20 years. Campbell has raised two sons on this diet. As a working mother, she has found ways to prepare quick and easy meals without using animal products or adding fat.
“Leanne Campbell, in this newly revised and expanded cookbook, demonstrates through her recipes how to construct meals that may reverse many of the common ailments found among Americans such as diabetes, obesity, and heart disease and supports her father’s scientific findings. She deciphers for the reader the evidence presented in The China Study. She demonstrates how to convert easily and prepare plant-based substitutions for dairy products, animal products, and refined sugar.” – Frances E. Abrams, New York Journal of Books. “Book Review: The China Study Cookbook.”
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