Ginny Messina shows how to identify bad nutrition arguments, both for and against veganism. There’s a lot of pro-vegan stuff that gets repeated within our movement as the gospel truth, which doesn’t stand up to scrutiny. So this is essential reading for any vegan advocate who wants to be taken seriously. And it’s also useful for learning how to deal with the clowns at the Westin A. Price Foundation.
Coincidentally, this past week Jack Norris wrote an even more wonkish piece on the same topic.
Together, Ginny and Jack have possibly done more to elevate the discussion regarding vegetarian nutrition than everyone else combined. Go pre-order their new book, Vegan for Life, which comes out in a few weeks.
Anytime you get to Amazon.com by following a Vegan.com link, anything and everything you buy during that visit generates commissions that allow me to keep this site constantly updated.