Most practicing physicians will confess that nutrition was not emphasized during their medical training. However, using food as medicine and focusing on a healthy lifestyle is now fast becoming the gold standard in managing patients with chronic diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, and even cancer. In the early centuries, Hippocrates, an ancient Greek Physician regarded as the father of medicine wrote, "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." Thomas Edison, the American inventor, echoed the same sentiment when he wrote, "The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest her or his patients in the care of the human frame, in a proper diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease." This 2nd Edition of Incredibly Delicious Vegan Recipes and Meal Plans is just that! You won't have to worry about what you're eating and how much you're eating because each recipe is incredible, delicious, and good for your health. In this book, you will gain knowledge about various health topics such as healing foods for specific diseases, a list of supplements that you may consider adding to your diet, access to a weekly Vegan Meal Plans --- including how to prepare tasty: Breakfasts Entrées Soups Sauces Gravies Dips Salad dressings Desserts Enjoy each one with friends, family, and share with others too! Over the past several years, Dr. Dona Cooper-Dockery has integrated a holistic approach to health in the care of her patients, including a strong focus on plant-based nutrition. Many patients are enjoying better health on fewer medications while some patients have even reversed chronic diseases and are off medications entirely. There's a wealth of scientific research information confirming the health benefits of plant-based nutrition. However, many people are still not sure how to combine these great foods in order to obtain maximum health benefits. It is for this reason Dr. Cooper-Dockery has created this 28-Day Meal Plan Guide. It's filled with simple yet delicious plant-based recipes, weekly shopping lists, and more. She has incorporated whole grain, unprocessed foods, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds with minimal oils. If you have any food allergies, please feel free to make any necessary substitutions. It is important to consume most of your daily calories during breakfast and lunch as you will have more time to use those calories during your daily activities. Supper or dinner should be light since there are obviously fewer daytime hours to work off those calories. If you would like more recipes or to join the Get Healthy with Dr. Cooper community, please visit Drdonacooper.com, Cooperwellnesscenter.com, or Cooperinternalmedicine.com.