The long-awaited follow-up to Dr. Greger's book How Not To Die is now available in the US.
The How Not To Die Cookbook contains more than 120 recipes for plant-based meals, snacks, and beverages.
According to the publisher: "Dr. Michael Greger's bestselling book, How Not to Die, presented the scientific evidence behind the only diet that can prevent and reverse many of the causes of premature death and disability.
"Now, The How Not to Die Cookbook puts that science into action. From Superfood Breakfast Bites to Spaghetti Squash Puttanesca to Two-Berry Pie with Pecan-Sunflower Crust, every recipe offers a delectable, easy-to-prepare, plant-based dish to help anyone eat their way to better health.
"Rooted in the latest nutrition science, these easy-to-follow, stunningly photographed recipes will appeal to anyone looking to live a longer, healthier life."
Talking about the book's launch, Dr. Greger said: "We didn't just want to make every recipe healthy, we wanted to make every single ingredient of every single recipe healthy.
"How can you make something sweet without sugar, or salty without salt?
"That was the challenge we had - to pack in as many of the healthiest possible ingredients.
"The proceeds go to charity - I just want to make you and your family healthier."
You can buy the book here
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