Nancy's Bookshelf: Author Will Tuttle Explains How Food Choices Lead To Environmental Degradation

Oct 23, 2019

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Composer and long-time vegan Will Tuttle wrote The World Peace Diet: Eating for Spiritual Health and Social Harmony.  Redding author and adventurer Joel Stratte-McClure drops by to wish his mother happy 100th birthday, and Camp Fire survivor Bill Hartley was featured in Douglas Keister’s book People, Places, and Pieces of Paradise. 

About The World Peace Diet: Now translated and published worldwide in 16 languages, connects many dots—culturally, historically, nutritionally, ecologically, psychologically, and spiritually—to reveal how our routine exploitation of animals for food and other products boomerangs in countless ways, affecting both our outer world and the inner landscape of our daily experience. A more conscious way of living is beckoning, and the World Peace Diet approach blends mindfulness with kindness and respect for each other and all expressions of life, creating a practical foundation for harmony and freedom for ourselves and our world.