After over 400 consecutive daily blogs—it’s time to get organized.
Our book and this blog begins with health of humans—but they both also include four other primary categories of reasons for eating whole, plant-based foods. And, in the past year, I have posted numerous blogs on each category.
A few weeks ago, I decided to organize many of those previous blogs on a brand new page—it is entitled “Topics” and can be found between the “Store” and the “Video” tabs on every page of this blog.
If you hover over “Topics,” you’ll see a drop-down list consisting of an “introductory” page along with five additional pages devoted to the categories of compelling reasons for plant-based eating: health of humans, health of the planet, energy issues, world hunger and suffering of animals.
While you’re “hovering” over “Topics,” for your Sunday viewing pleasure, you might try “hovering” over “Video,” where there is a list of compelling videos that everyone needs to see.
Each of these new pages (corresponding to different chapters of our book) contains a handy list of previous blogs on these topics. For example, on the “Health of Humans” page, I have two lists; one for the health of humans in general and another for the health of children in particular. I will be updating all these pages from time to time—in a continuous effort to highlight the most compelling information. For your convenience, provided here are links and the first few sentences that appear on these new pages:
Why should we eat plant-based? Compelling Reasons for Plant-Based Eating. This section is all about summarizing the many categories of reasons for eating a whole-foods, plant-based diet. Following the general outline of our book, this section includes the following categories—each with its own dedicated page. Each … Continue reading →
1. Health of Humans “Your Health at Risk” — Chapter 2 of our book. “A man too busy to take care of his health is like a mechanic too busy to take care of his tools.” —Spanish proverb This page has two lists; one … Continue reading →
2. Health of the Planet “Running Roughshod” — Chapter 4 in our book. “The nation that destroys its soil destroys itself.” —Franklin D. Roosevelt Since launching this blog in February of 2011, many of my daily posts have been all about how our choices of … Continue reading →
3. Energy Issues—Peak Oil “The end of the era of cheap oil”—Chapter 5 in our book. “The frog does not drink up the pond in which he lives.” —Buddhist proverb We know that on a per calorie basis, animal-based foods requires from ten to … Continue reading →
4. World Hunger “Mouths to feed” — Chapter 6 in our book. “A hungry man is not a free man.” —Adlai Stevenson Currently, there are roughly 8 billion arable acres on the planet and seven billion people. With slightly over one acre per … Continue reading →
5. Suffering of Animals “Hell on Earth” — Chapter 7 in our book. “Teaching a child not to step on a caterpillar is as valuable to the child as it is to the caterpillar.” —Bradley Millar Throughout the world, sixty billion food animals per … Continue reading →
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