following article was written by Keegan Baur.
Do you ever wake up feeling too tired to
face the day? Do you ever wish that you had more energy and vitality? Maybe
instead of reaching for yet another cup of coffee, you could reach for Brendan
Brazier's new book and reexamine the foods you eat. Brendan Brazier is an author, a vegan, a professional athlete, an inspirational speaker, and
the 2011 PETA Pack
spokesperson. His latest publication, Thrive Foods: 200 Plant-Based
Recipes for Peak Health, is a must-read for health aficionados and those seeking nourishing,
environmentally sustainable meals.
Find out the following:
If you'd like a sneak peak, simply download the introduction and three recipes—for free! Say "Hello" to these wholesome, delectable dishes: Chocolate Goodness Smoothie, Sacha Inchi Baked Apple Cinnamon Cereal, and Asian Carrot Avocado Salad. According to Brazier, the 200 recipes in his book contain "high net gain, nutrient-dense, plant-based, alkaline-forming whole foods. I enlisted the help of some of the top chefs in the world. And they made amazing creations. Some are five-course, elaborate meals made within my nutritional parameters, others are basic. Others take under five minutes to make."
So no matter what your energy level is—whether you've got the energy and stamina to run a 5K or just enough to get out of bed in the morning—Thrive Foods: 200 Plant-Based Recipes for Peak Health can boost your energy and teach you which environmentally friendly foods will optimize your mental and physical well-being.
If you live near Brooklyn, New York, you are welcome to attend the book's launch party on Wednesday, September 14!
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