The 31-Day Food Revolution: Heal Your Body, Banish Excess Weight and Change Our Toxic Food World

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Hay House, Feb 5, 2019 - Health & Fitness - 408 pages
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The 31-Day Food Revolution is an eater's guide to liberation from a toxic food world. It presents an action plan for eating food that is healthy, humane, sustainable and delicious. 

Follow Ocean's simple and affordable step-by-step actions and discover amazing secrets along the way, including how to stop food cravings, what the best snack foods are, time-saving habits and what's hiding in your food labels.

In just 31 days you can:

• use the restorative power of foods to heal your gut
• lose excess weight
• dramatically lower the risk of diseases including cancer, heart disease, dementia and diabetes
• contribute to a healthier planet

Focusing on whole foods, plant-powered eating, cutting out sugar and improving overall nutrition, this book is a road map to a healthier life and a healthier world.

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About the author (2019)

Ocean Robbins was born in a log cabin built by his parents, and grew up eating food they grew on the land together. At age 16, he co-founded an organization called YES! (Youth for Environmental Sanity) that he directed for the next 20 years. Ocean has spoken in person to more than 200,000 people in schools, conferences and events, and he has organized 100+ seminars and gatherings for leaders from 65+ nations. Ocean's work has taken him all over the world, where he has seen first-hand the powerful impact of the food we eat - not just on our health, but on people and economies everywhere. He is author of The Power of Partnership, and co-author, with his dad and colleague John Robbins (whose family founded the Baskin-Robbins ice cream empire), of Voices of the Food Revolution. He serves as an adjunct professor for Chapman University and has received numerous awards including the national Jefferson Award for Outstanding Public Service. He serves as co-host and CEO of the Food Revolution Network.

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