(PRWEB) December 21, 2005
For many, it hits just shortly after the traditional Christmas meal. Bloated, gassy and teetering on the edge of a turkey-induced coma they swear this is it. Never again will they gorge themselves on unhealthy food. With the new year approaching, it's the perfect time to make a positive change. A successful new web site, http://www.d-vegetarian.com, an eBook and lots of bonuses can help people learn where to start.
The brainchild of Jennifer Scott, the comprehensive site features tips for making a smooth six-step transition to vegetarianism or for simply preparing and eating more meat-free meals. The site also features hundreds of holiday recipes, perfect for lightening a holiday meal or making vegetarian guests feel welcome at the holiday fest table. Finally, the site enumerates the ways in which a vegetarian diet is good for the planet.
Visitors to http://www.d-vegetarian.com can also save $25 on the cost of "Vegetarian Cooking Made Easy," Scott's brand new lifestyle cookbook, sign up to a free 5-part special report on how to quickly and easily turn a vegetarian diet into a heart-healthy diet and found out how to get $93.80 of free bonuses available with the ‘mega’ pack. The book provides a series of recipes as well as tips for long-time or novice vegetarians, a vegetarian food guide pyramid, hints for reinventing favorite menus and how to cook and enjoy vegetarian fare at weddings, banquets and other special events; all in all the site is a one-stop resource.
Other information available at the site includes:
- Ideas for substituting common foods when vegetarians eat out;
- Ways for pregnant women to keep a healthy vegetarian diet;
- How a vegetarian diet can help with weight loss
But a vegetarian diet is not just good for the animals and the people who eat them (27 billion animals are killed for food every year in the US alone). The diet is good for planet earth. Meat production consumes fossil fuels, and places stress on soils, forests and water.
Jennifer Scott has been a vegetarian for the past ten years and spent the past year writing "Vegetarian Cooking Made Easy." She'll donate ten percent of the money raised from cookbook sales to charities such as Food for Global Life, which distributes vegetarian food to needy people worldwide.
For more information on the cookbook, visit http://www.d-vegetarian.com.