Even Vegans Die Empowers Vegans And Their Loved Ones To Make The Best Decisions Regarding Their Own Health, Their Advocacy For Animals, And Their Legacy By Addressing Issues Of Disease Shaming And Body Shaming, The Authors Present A Manifesto For Building A Compassionate, Diverse, And Effective Vegan Community Even Vegans Die Celebrates The Benefits Of A Plant Based Diet While Acknowledging That Even Vegans Can Get Sick You Will Learn How To Make The Health Care Decisions That Are Right For You, How To Ensure Your Efforts To Help Animals Will Not End After You Die, And How To Provide Compassionate Care For Yourself And For Others In The Face Of Serious Illness The Book Offers Practical, Thoughtful, And Sensitive Advice On Creating A Will, Mourning, And Caregiving Without Shying Away From The Reality Of Death, Even Vegans Die Offers A Message That Remains Uplifting And Hopeful For All Animal Advocates, And All Those Who Care About ThemEven People Who Eat A Healthy, Plant Based Diet, Can Get Seriously Ill That S Why This Book Is Needed Carol, Patti, And Ginny Teach Us To Live Wisely While We Are Still Here, Not Only By Eating Well, But Also By Caring For Ourselves And Each Other I Want To Live Well And, If Necessary, I Want To Die Well, Too If You Do Also, Then Start Reading From The Foreword By Michael Greger, MD
Carol J Adams is a feminist vegetarian theorist and author of books on eco feminism and the links between species oppression and gender oppression.
- 128 pages
- Even Vegans Die: A Practical Guide to Caregiving, Acceptance, and Protecting Your Legacy of Compassion
- Carol J. Adams
- 26 April 2018 Carol J. Adams