Books: Veganism      
         
  ANIMAL CONNECTION, THE -Agatha Thrash, MD and Calvin Thrash, MD
A twenty-year study of: Diseases transmitted by contact with animals and diseases induced by eating food products from animals: Cancer, allergies, anemia, asthma, diarrhea, food poisoning, ulcers, etc. Strong counsel against the use of meat, eggs, and dairy. Dangers of infection to those in close contact with animals. Cautions about living with pets. Case studies. References. Advice. 1983, 5½x8½" 124 pages $6.95
   
         
  BEING VEGAN Living with Conscience, Conviction, and Compassion -Joanne Stepaniak, MSEd
This acclaimed online columnist answers questions about vegan philosophy, ethical practice, relationships, eating at home and away. Vegan options for clothing, personal care, commodities, and food are discussed. A well-researched book; knowledge is tempered with reason. Practical advice for all. 2000, 6x9" 14 pages, $16.95
   
         
  COMPASSION: THE ULTIMATE ETHIC An Exploration of Veganism -Victoria Moran, Introduction by Michael Klaper, MD
First published in serial form 1981-1983, this examination of the roots of veganism is a classic. Research into the background of the vegan movement draws heavily on interviews with British vegans of the time who explain what veganism means to them, and answer how-to questions. Moran's survey of compassion in action impacts on humans and animals: nutrition, health, hunger, ecology, wildlife, and peace. A small book with a great message and historical significance. 4th Edition 1997, 6x9" 108 pages $7.95
   
         
 

HERE'S HARMLESSNESS An Anthology of Ahimsa -H. Jay Dinshah, Editor, 18 authors Views on harmless living from Eva Batt Why Veganism?, Muriel Lady Dowding Beauty Without Cruelty, and Cooperation, Catherine Nimmo Why Are the Animals Here?, Roshan Dinshah Peace and Harmony, Kuniyasu Daifuku Sane and Sensible Living, C.J. vanVliet Vanquishing the Serpent, Dugald Semple Living the Simple Life, Rubin Abramowitz Autobiography of a Vegan, Kenneth Dalziel O'Brien The Garden of Ahimsa (veganic), Fred Whittle Brotherhood and Understanding, Freya Dinshah Getting More Out of Life, Trisha Bell My New Life of Harmlessness, and Drugs in Retrospect, Frey Ellis Non-Violence and Conscious Evolution, H. Jay Dinshah To Tell the Truth, and Priorities, Victoria Moran A Matter of Timing, Tom Regan Vegetarianism and Friendship, George Eisman Nobility of Diet, Michael Klaper Into the Light. 5th Edition 1993, 6x9" 96 pages $7.95

   
         
  MOST NOBLE DIET, THE Food Selection and Ethics -George Eisman, RD Foreword by Michael Klaper, MD
Choices for a healthy life that minimize disturbance to ecosystems, are sensitive to the needs of others, and that do not inflict harm on animals. Nutritional guidelines and recipes included. A noted educator integrates geography and nutrition in this worldwide view. Revised 4th Edition 1994, with A. Green, PhD & M. Ball, MS. 5½x8½" 118 pages $9.95
   
         
 

OUT OF THE JUNGLE The Way of Dynamic Harmlessness -H. Jay Dinshah
Easy reading, concise document defining Ahimsa, Reverence for Life, Veganism, etc. in a holistic, dynamic, and practical everyday context. A foundation of moral standards for creating a compassionate world through the daily practice of veganism and ahimsa. This clear vision of the right way inspires a duty to follow. Challenging and tolerant. 5th Edition 1995, 6x9" 96 pages $7.95

   
         
  VEGAN The New Ethics of Eating -Erik Marcus, Foreword by Howard Lyman
Why switching to an all plant diet can be so simple and yet so significant for your health, the environment, and the animals who share this planet. Marcus talks to doctors, nutritionists, scientists, and noted vegetarian and animal rights activists. He travels across the U.S. to present a first-hand account of what is and what can be. How lifestyles are changed, and the author's own story. Revised Edition 2001, 6x9" 211 pages $16.95
   
         
  VEGAN & VEGETARIAN FAQ Answers to Your Frequently Asked Questions -Compiled by Davida Gypsy Breier, Nutrition Section by Reed Mangels, PhD, RD
Here is a good source of info on daily aspects of living for people newly interested in changing their diet as well as established vegetarians and vegans: How do I get started? Where can I get enough B12? Will I have to "combine proteins"? How can I gain weight? Is that vegetarian? Where can I buy it? 2001, 6x9" 272 pages $15.00
   
         
  VEGANISM: Getting Started
The vegan diet excludes flesh, fish, fowl, dairy products (animal milk, butter, cheese, yogurt, etc.), eggs, honey, animal gelatin, and all other foods of animal origin. It is an adventure in taste; and displays an amazing variety, the fundamentals of which are vegetables, grains, fruits, legumes, nuts and seeds. Foods from plants best provide for all people in the world. Veganism : Getting Started an 8½x11, 28 page primer in Veganism $3.00 and includes a sample copy of American Vegan (our quarterly magazine)
   
         
 

VEGAN SOURCEBOOK, THE -Joanne Stepaniak, MSEd (Nutrition Section by Virginia Messina, MPH, RD)
"…a complete guide to the dynamic vegan lifestyle that is compassion in action. From recipes for clear arteries to rationales for a clear conscience, if it's information you seek on most anything vegan, you'll find it in this comprehensive sourcebook." -Michael Klaper, MD. Bursting with info for a vegan lifestyle including appendixes: Vegan nutrition charts, Menu planning using the vegan food pyramid, Special ingredients and vegan recipes, Resources and organizations, Recommended reading. Extensive bibliography. 1998, 7½x9¼" 352 pages $21.95