Publisher Description

Finally an Approach to Getting Healthy and Burning Fat that Actually Works!

Our bоdу other than proteins аnd carbohydrates аlѕо needs a gооd аmоunt оf vitаminѕ аnd minеrаlѕ. Rеѕеаrсhеѕ have ѕhоwn thаt fruitѕ аnd vеgеtаblеѕ аrе full of minerals, vitamins, carbohydrates аnd fibеr. Vеgаn fооd rесiреѕ are grеаt fоr health аѕ they hаvе neither рrеѕеrvаtivеѕ nor аdditivеѕ nоr it is friеd in оil. They аrе nоrmаllу brоilеd оr bоilеd. Some vеgаn recipes are oat уоgurt, grееn salads, tomato ѕаlаd, rаw whole grаin muеѕli, vеgеtаblеѕ ѕоuр.

However, it is possible to create a vegan keto diet! This is achieved by using plant based foods that are rich in natural fats, such as avocado, nuts, some vegetable and nut oils, and more.

In this book, we have put together 40 delicious, healthy and easy-to-follow recipes that combine natural ingredients with some of the lowest amounts of carbs and highest amounts of fat. Many recipes use seeds, tofu or tempeh to provide a good balance of protein as well.

Inside You'll Find:

Chapter 1: The Fundamentals Of Ketogenic Diet
Chapter 2: What Is The Main Difference Between A Low-Carbohydrate Diet & A Ketogenic Diet?
Chapter 3: Nutrient Rich Vegan Foods
Chapter 4: Recipes


Based on thorough research, the contents of the book have been designed to help you reach an overall well being through healthy weight loss. While other "quick" weight loss methods end up being harmful, Ketogenic diet helps you keep your meals balanced and healthy. So, what are you waiting for?

Order your copy and start your journey today!

Cookbooks, Food & Wine
August 7
Anna Hughes
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Rsnoel ,

Not vegan

I may be confused but recipes with eggs, cheese and butter are not vegan in my mind.

Aint_It_J ,

NOT Vegan

This book title is outright wrong ... it’s vegetarian and should be labeled as such. Eggs, cheese, etc aren’t vegan. I’d be mad if I paid for this and it wasn’t vegan...thankfully it was free and I’ll have to modify recipes.

G_just_G ,


I didnt even get that far in the book because the very first recipe mentions eggs. Im sorry but vegans DO NOT EAT EGGS. So how can this possibly be a vegan cookbook?

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