Even Vegans Die Overview
Even Vegans Die helps vegans to make the best decisions regarding their own health. Addressing issues like disease shaming and body shaming, this book presents a manifesto for a more effective vegan community.
This book celebrates the benefits of a plant-based diet while acknowledging that even vegans can get sick.
You’ll learn how to:
- Make the health care decisions that are right for you
- Ensure your efforts to help animals will not end after you die
- Provide compassionate care for yourself and for others in the face of serious illness
The book offers practical, thoughtful, and sensitive advice on creating a will, mourning, and caregiving.
Without shying away from the reality of death, Even Vegans Die offers a message that remains uplifting and hopeful for all animal advocates. And all those who care about them.
About the Authors
Carol J. Adams, MDiv, is the author of the pioneering The Sexual Politics of Meat, called a “vegan bible” by The New York Times, plus more than twenty other books.
Patti Breitman is the director of the Marin Vegetarian Education Group, and a co-founder of Dharma Voices for Animals. She is the co-author of How to Say No Without Feeling Guilty, and How to Eat Like a Vegetarian Even If You Never Want to Be One. Patti is on the advisory councils of the Animals & Society Institute and Jewish Veg.
Virginia Messina, MPH, RD, is co-author of Vegan for Life and Vegan for Her and of the first textbook on vegetarian nutrition for medical professionals. Ginny serves on the board of directors of Vegfund and on advisory boards of One Step for Animals, Veg Youth, and the Vegetarian Resource Group.