Join Rip Esselstyn, former Texas firefighter and author of the national bestselling The Engine 2 Diet, as he guides the White and Wali families through an “Engine 2 Kitchen Rescue.”
Watch Rip teach these families how to take control of their health by undertaking a top-to-bottom pantry clean-out, showing them how to navigate misleading nutritional labels, and using cooking lessons to make family favorite dishes tantalizingly plant-strong.
With the life-saving tips in the “Engine 2 Kitchen Rescue,” it’s easy to own your health.
About the Filmmakers
This film was produced by Virgil Films and Entertainment and directed by John Corry. Find out more about the film at engine2diet.com.
“This is a great documentary for those that just need some practical advice on how to consume a whole-food, plant-based diet. Rip gives a lot of simple tips and tricks that make avoiding animal products more realistic and less of a challenge. There are a lot of vegan “food substitutes” out there that are an easy go-to when you are strapped for time or feel like your options are limited. I was grateful while watching this documentary that Rip discredits those vegan “food substitutes” like artificial butter and meat-free chorizo by pointing out that these products are not made of whole foods, therefore we should steer clear. He does a good job of recommending whole food, plant-based substitutes that don’t require a sacrifice of flavor.” – Natalie Martin & Lexie Staten. Wholly Plants. The Engine 2 Kitchen Rescue Documentary.
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