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I'm going more towards a strict vegetarian diet and would like to understand the nutritional aspects of food better.what do I need and why and how much. what is a good way of taking it and what isnt etc.<br><br>
I'd love to hear your recommendations<br><br>
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Dr. Fuhrman's "Eat to Live" is one of the best nutrition/diet books I have read. He advocates a vegan diet and has lots of great information, references to studies, etc.
 

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THE definitive 'bible' of veg*n nutrition is <i>Becoming Vegan</i> by Davis and Melina. It's seriously seriously excellent.
 

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YES! 'tis excellent. His Disease Proof Your Child is also wonderful if you're interested in reading up children's nutrition.
 

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Thanks! I'll check those out
 
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