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by Susan Schenck LAc,Bob Avery

ePub Beyond Broccoli, Creating a Biologically Balanced Diet When a Vegetarian Diet Doesn't Work download
Author:
Susan Schenck LAc,Bob Avery
ISBN13:
978-0977679522
ISBN:
0977679527
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Publisher:
Awakenings Publications; first edition (May 1, 2011)
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Special Diet
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Beyond Broccoli is authored by Susan Schenck, who herself was a raw vegan for six years.

Beyond Broccoli is authored by Susan Schenck, who herself was a raw vegan for six years. During our first conversation, I told Susan about my experiences as a vegetarian (lacto-ovo) for more than 15 years, then as a Natural Hygienist, then about my many fasts totaling well over 1,000 days, one year on a 100 percent vegan diet followed by a two-year extension of the same raw vegan diet, then with my experiment with testing a. 100 percent raw diet including raw animal food and meat for over ten years, also pointing out the dangers of heavy fruit eating and high-carbohydrate diet.

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Beyond Broccoli by Susan Schenk. Writing the iconoclastic Beyond Broccoli took some courage and character since Schenck had previously written a bestseller extolling the raw vegan lifestyle. Beyond Broccoli: Creating a Biologically Balanced Diet: When a Vegetarian Diet Doesn’t Work by Susan Schenk, LAc Awakenings Publications, 2011. It was only in the last year that I began to have some idea of how many former vegans and vegetarians are now members of WAPF. Having been something of a leader among vegans, she had connections with other leaders.

Beyond Broccoli - Argues against strict vegan and vegetarian diets, and . In Chapters 23 and 28, Schenck gives a loose guideline for what the diet should consist of.

Beyond Broccoli - Argues against strict vegan and vegetarian diets, and for a primarily raw, paleolithic diet for optimum health benefits. Author Susan Schenck - who also wrote the popular raw diet book 'The Live Food Factor' - was a raw vegan herself for six years, as well as a raw vegetarian for a year. And although she wanted to believe these were the healthiest diets to follow, over time she found out otherwise and began suffering from such symptoms as vitamin B12 deficiencies, memory loss, bloating, and fatigue.

Beyond Broccoli is authored by Susan Schenck, who herself was a raw vegan for six years, followed by a year of. .

Beyond Broccoli is authored by Susan Schenck, who herself was a raw vegan for six years, followed by a year of raw vegetarianism (raw dairy and eggs included). Her journey has culminated with the reintroduction of just a bit of raw and lightly cooked meat. Going raw had originally proved to have so many benefits that Ms. Schenck had already penned the 2-time award-winning, and still relevant, book The Live Food Factor.

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In her book, Beyond Broccoli, she explains how raw and vegan diets can lead to nutritional deficiencies and provides readers with practical advice on how to regain their health. The book documents her personal experiences as a raw vegan, as well as that of many other individuals, and also includes references to numerous scientific studies.

The author, Susan Schenck, states in the introduction to the book that many people feel they have failed on vegan or.

The author, Susan Schenck, states in the introduction to the book that many people feel they have failed on vegan or vegetarian diets, but that the problem is the diet doesn’t work for everyone. She goes on to say: Vegetarians believe we are biologically herbivores but that some people have adapted to meat. Actually, the opposite is true: we are omnivores, and some of us have adapted to vegetarianism.

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Beyond Broccoli is authored by Susan Schenck, who herself was a raw vegan for six years, followed by a year of raw vegetarianism (raw dairy and eggs included). Her journey has culminated with the reintroduction of just a bit of raw and lightly cooked meat.Going raw had originally proved to have so many benefits that Ms. Schenck had already penned the 2-time award-winning, and still relevant, book The Live Food Factor. But after a few years of veganism, she began to exhibit health concerns: deficiencies of vitamin B12, memory problems, muscle tissue loss, bloatedness, irritability, and cravings.Her further research, spurred on by Dr. Stanley Bass, led her to conclude that it was a lack of vital nutrients found only in animal products that were causing the problems. Dr. Bass, with his more than 50 years of clinical experience in raw vegan and nonvegan diet counseling, contributed the foreword to the resulting Beyond Broccoli.The book begins with the author's story of why she resumed eating a bit of animal products and how she manages to stay mostly raw even so. It also includes a chapter on other vegans and vegetarians (some who eat raw, others who eat cooked) who made this decision for their own health reasons.This book addresses the following issues: vegetarian myths; why human s brains have shrunk 11% in the last 11,000 years; the importance of animal foods in pregnant and lactating women; man's dietary history of eating meat for 2.6 million years; how the vegan diet affects the brain and emotions; critical nutrients found only in meat, eggs, and dairy, as well as some found only in meat; the difficulty of getting enough healthful protein on a vegan diet, especially raw; the dangers of soy; the different metabolic types, which explain why some succeed on veg diets while others fail; the dangers of overeating animal protein; how to eat meat so that it is not dangerous; the benefits of eating raw or lightly cooked meat and how to do it safely and make it taste good; spiritual, moral, and environmental issues with meat eating; the importance of eating clean meat from compassionately raised animals; eating a high raw Paleo diet, which is what we evolved eating; the importance of eating raw; flaws in the China Study; the benefits of a low-glycemic diet; important foods if you choose to be a vegan or vegetarian; and more.This book also addresses issues such as the fact that not everyone can efficiently convert plant nutrients to critical nutrients needed by the body: omega-3 fats into DHA and EPA needed by the brain; beta-carotene into true vitamin A; essential amino acids into nonessential ones; vitamin D2 into D3; and vitamin K1 into K2.Not everyone has the metabolic type to go veg either. A resource section with related websites and doctors who approve of raw, nonvegan diets is located in the back of the book.
  • As I write this quick review, my left hand is holding my cell phone. I will be contacting this author for coaching. Susan Schenck offers a thoughtful, exceptionally well-researched book on how to change your life through better food choices and preparation. In my first read-through I have picked up many ideas that I can immediately use. As a diabetic, for instance, I must be cautious about carbs. I learned from her which vegetables and fruits work better for me {green bell peppers, berries, cucumbers, among others). I had wondered about the safety of eating raw meats, and she gives straight forward instructions on choosing and preparing these foods. She also addresses animal rights issues, critical to many of her readers, I am sure. I must read her book again, take good notes, and experiment to find my best options, which she suggests doing. Meanwhile, I've become a fan! Any reader can take home something important from this book that will improve their diet and their life. The book is easy to read, informative, and inspiring.

  • A friend of mine recommended this book because she is mostly vegetarian but does eat some fish or eggs periodically. Her husband has become fanatic about veganism and he's driving her nuts. So, knowing my situation and opinions on veganism as a 'cure' for everything, I find this book refreshing and I'm happy she recommended it. For once, someone has come out with the truth about a totally raw vegan diet and explores everything she went through as she tried tirelessly to continue the diet for 6 years and became so ill she became almost non-functional. (And she actually became overweight because she was trying to satisfy her hunger with huge amounts of carbs and nuts!!) She also talks about the 'religion' of veganism and the militancy surrounding all the myths about veganism. In addition, she discusses how agriculture, not meat production, has negatively impacted the planet. This is probably a very controversial book for some because of their beliefs about diet and spirituality, but the facts speak for themselves if people are open enough to even read this book. No one on this planet is meant to eat a totally vegetarian diet. The facts are out there - you just have to be open to truths and research rather than following the myths.....Everyone on the planet is unique and there is no one correct diet for anyone. I encourage people to do the research for themselves and find out the truth. This book is one of many that are out there on the topic but this is extremely well organized, documented, and written. Highly recommended reading!

  • I liked the content of Beyond Broccoli (Kindle edition) very much. Susan Schenck wrote the raw vegan bestseller 'Live Food Factor'. Having eaten a vegan diet for many years, she eventually developed nutritional deficiencies and health problems, so she experimented with some animal-based foods to see if that would help. According to 'Beyond Broccoli', it did.

    I think it was honest and brave of Susan Schenck to write a book detailing the issues she encountered on a long-term vegan diet and offering ways to ameliorate those problems by judiciously adding non-vegan foods to her diet. I suspect it must have been hard for her to do so, given that she was a vegan for ethical - and not just health - reasons.

    I gave the book four stars rather than five because the Kindle edition is full of distracting punctuation typos (full stops in the middle of words, etc.). It should have been copy-edited more carefully.

  • I have been a raw foodist since 2002, Raw Vegan in the beginning. AFter going through some minor (compared to the health disasters of other raw vegans) health blurps, I sought the advice of a raw food mentor named Nazariah.
    He had also experienced MAJOR health problems including nerve damage from going on a 100% Raw Vegan diet. His solution was to add back raw egg yolks, raw dairy etc into his diet and all of his nerve damage was healed.

    Nazariah told me that MANY raw food GURUS suffered health issues and would even seek him out for counseling, but they would not disclose their struggles to their public. Instead they would take major quantities of supplements like B12, or eat animal products in secret just to combat their failing health. Yet they would STILL defend 100% Raw Veganism to the death in front of their seminar audiences or in their books. CRAZY & totaly irresponsible & egotistical.

    I began adding in 5 raw egg yolks per day when I found myself craving them like crazy. My health was NEVER better after doing that & I was able to stay on raw foods yet have healthy hair, skin, weight, energy etc!

    The REALLY shocking part is that when I shared this information on a raw foods forum I belonged to I was ATTACKED for daring to suggest adding "raw egg yolk" into my diet. I was totally blasted and basically spent most of the following time on the forum defending myself. A few fellow raw foodists stood up with me, some at least defended my right to share my own experience, but the MAJORITY of the members became downright disgusting in their tirades. So if any of you wonder why Susan sounds as if she is defending herself in her beliefs, you can only imagine the coorespondence she gets from die hard zealous vegans who are furious at her for popping their bubble of their "superior diet".

    I started eating raw foods on recommendation that I wouldnt have to worry about calorie counting etc and that was true for me...I never felt like I could hold it over other people's heads that MY way was the superior way & other people were somehow disgusting or contaminated or weak. But you would be surprised at how many vegans/raw vegans do feel superior & the egos GROW!

    These days, I do also drink raw milk from Organic Pastures..some raw cheese (unsalted) and raw grass fed ground beef made into meatballs that I season up & mix with raw egg yolk. I also can do sashimi (raw sushi grade fish) but I I can't bring myself to eat raw liver or raw poultry. sorry! LOL
    I can however SEAR the liver which is how I usually have that w/ some sauteed onions!
    For a treat I will whip up some raw cream, stevia and serve it with berries.
    Thank you, thank you Susan Schenk for writing the book that will prevent more 100% raw vegans, etc from going down that dangerous road of nutritional deficiency!!!!
    5 STARS to you!!!