Vegan Journey Featured in New Book
When people ask Sandra Kimler why she is vegan, she tells them it is a combination of everything she has come to understand about life. To inspire others to commit to an eco-friendly and animal-friendly diet, Kimler published her new book, "So, Why Become Vegan?: A. Nutritional Reasons B. Spiritual Reasons C. Environmental Reasons D. Ethical Reasons E. All of the Above" (published by Balboa Press).
Drawing upon years of study in nutrition and iridology, Kimler describes her motivations to live a vegan lifestyle in this new health guide. She begins by introducing the reader to tips on becoming more aware of one's impact upon the earth and its animals.
Continuing with chapters on nutrition and veganism, recommendations for recipes, websites and books, and finishing with information about the ethical and environmental reasons for veganism, Kimler makes a spot-on case for the lifestyle choice.
"Many readers have read the book twice, as it is packed with information that is hard to absorb all in one go," Kimler says. "What I would like for (readers) to take away is the confidence to change their eating habits, thinking patterns and behavior. My message is: 'Be kind to yourself. Never feel guilty, but always learn, change and be fiercely curious.'"
About the Author
Sandra Kimler was born in Rotterdam, Netherlands, in 1964. She immigrated to Australia with her family in 1978, settling in the Kiewa Valley in Victoria. Through her mother's influence, Kimler received qualifications in nutrition and iridology, studying the teachings of Dr. Bernard.
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