Stop eating meat, fish, dairy, eggs or even honey, is a very personal decision. However, one must be aware that it can have an impact on health if it is not done correctly. Not so much for the fact of eliminating these foods, but for not having the necessary knowledge to do it healthily. A good way to start this path is to inform yourself through reading books on vegetarian nutrition written by professionals in dietetics and nutrition.
Vegetarians with science from Lucía Martínez Argüelles
This is one of the most outstanding books on vegetarian food in Spain. Born from the hand of the dietitian-nutritionist Lucía Martínez, known on social networks as Tell me what you eat . As the title itself indicates, everything you find in this book about this type of food is based on scientific evidence, so it is perfect to clear all your doubts from a reliable source. A book that demolishes myths and helps raise awareness about the impact of food as an individual and as a society.
Being a healthy vegetarian by Julia Jiménez
If you are worried about not getting the necessary nutrients by reducing or eliminating meat from your diet, this book can be very helpful. The dietitian-nutritionist Julia Jiménez, creator of I don’t know what to dine, has developed a guide that will help you eliminate your fears at the time of taking the step, better understand the vegetable-based diet and approach nutrition through basic principles.
Vegan cuisine of Virginia García and Lucía Martínez
Something fundamental if you want to go for a healthy vegetarian or vegan diet is to have a good repertoire of recipes that have all the nutrients you need. In this book, you will find 80 simple and delicious options with nutritional information included by the aforementioned Lucía Martínez, who has worked on its creation with Virginia García.
More vegetables fewer animals by Julio Basulto and Juanjo Cáceres
The professionals Julio Basulto and Juanjo Cáceres are responsible in this book to record, based on science, that the type of food that is related to a greater life expectancy is made up of more vegetables and fewer animals, as well as the elimination of ultra-processed foods. Also, they deal with different issues that affect this type of diet, both economic and environmental or ethical, to argue and support their choice.