Brenda Davis R.D. - Becoming Vegan: The Complete Reference to Plant-Based Nutrition:

Minimize Harmful Chemical Residues In Foods Like Agrochemicals, Pesticides, Herbicides, Plant Growth Regulators, Veterinary drugs like Hormones And Antibiotics, Heavy Metals, Persistent Organic Pollutants, BPA.

Filmed 05-29-2015


Brenda Davis offers fresh insights on the treatment of animals in food production and other industries, the latest findings on the health benefits of a vegan diet and  expanded information on phytochemicals,  Brenda's information is extensive in scope, yet manageable for anyone who wants to easily understand how to construct a nutritionally balanced plant-based diet. 

Here are the latest findings on: using plant foods to protect against cancer, heart disease, and other chronic illnesses; obtaining essential protein without meat, eggs, or dairy products; discovering "good" fats and where to find them; meeting dietary needs for calcium without dairy products; understanding the importance of vitamin B12; designing balanced vegan diets for infants, children, and seniors; and making the most of vegan pregnancy and breastfeeding. 

This is a sound blueprint to follow for better health for yourself and the planet.


Brenda Davis R.D.

Brenda Davis R.D.

2018 Conference
                  Brenda Davis, registered dietitian and nutritionist, is a leader in her field and an internationally acclaimed speaker. She has worked as a public health nutritionist, clinical nutrition specialist, nutrition consultant and academic nutrition instructor. She is currently on a diabetes intervention research project in Majuro, Marshall Islands. Brenda spent 8 months in Majuro in 2006 and returns for 4-6 week periods every year or two.   Brenda is a past chair of the Vegetarian Nutrition Dietetic Practice Group of the American Dietetic Association. In July 2007, she was inducted into the Vegetarian Hall of Fame.   A co-author of nine books – award winners, Becoming Vegan: Comprehensive Edition(2014) and Becoming Vegan: Express Edition (2013), and the best-sellers, Becoming Vegan (2000), Becoming Vegetarian (1994, 1995), The New Becoming Vegetarian (2003) and Defeating Diabetes (2003), Dairy-free and Delicious (2001)and Becoming Raw (2010) and Raw-food Revolution Diet (2008).   Brenda lives in Kelowna, British Columbia with her husband Paul. She has two grown children, Leena and Cory.


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