Thursday, May 25, 2017

Sports Illustrated "Best Health & Wellness Book of 2017"



Longtime health coach and yoga instructor Matt Frazier just teamed up with food writer Stepfanie Romine to create the "No Meat Athlete" movement and cookbook. This inspiring cookbook offers creative, delicious vegan recipes that are wholesome, affordable and don't have an extensive list of ingredients that will take all day to put together. Matt Frazier emphasizes that the food he writes about is "not a diet". Instead he discusses an enjoyable, sustainable, and healthy way of life. The book was chosen as a "Best Health and Wellness Book of 2017" by Sports Illustrated and it's already listed as a "Best Seller" on Amazon. com.  It's getting great reviews as well:


“[A] comprehensive collection of meatless dishes for all times of the day and all types of workout regimens. . . . An easy entry into meat-free eating.”
Publishers Weekly


“Without the right foods, athletes may appear fit on the outside while actually being extremely unhealthy on the inside. Fortunately, with a plant-based diet you can have the best of both worlds, and the recipes in The No Meat Athlete Cookbook will help you do it. I highly recommend this cookbook for active people and athletes at every level who want to perform at their best, while protecting themselves from disease with whole, plant-based foods.”
—Michael Greger, MD, New York Times bestselling author of How Not to Die


“Clean Protein + Easy Recipes = Hot Body. Matt Frazier rocks it all in this superstar book!”
—Kathy Freston, New York Times bestselling author of The Lean, The Book of Veganish, and Quantum Wellness




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