The Blue Zone Kitchen Book Review

Learn to cook delicious recipes inspired by some of the healthiest communities in the world! Dan Buettner, a National Geographic fellow and New York Times best-selling author, discovered the five places in the world—dubbed Blue Zones™—where people live the longest, healthiest lives. The five pillars of every longevity diet are: whole grains, tubers, greens, nuts, and beans. This book contains 100 longevity recipes inspired by the Blue Zones locations around the world. Learn more:


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  1. In the book says hole plant base recipes, mayby even if he sow some milk he didnt put it, i don't see dr Neal Barnard promoting eat animals.

  2. Hello
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  3. I also saw a featured recipe with olive oil. And although I think the whole blue zones thing is great, I have enough cookbooks and don’t want oils in my pantry.

  4. None of them were 100% plant based. Only 70-95%. Which is actually pretty similar to modern society's omnivorous diet (70-80% plant based). I think as vegans we're way of the chart here. Promoting something that doesn't even match the majority of the reasearch we bragg about…

  5. An interesting fact was in Okinawa, Japan – 67% of sweet potatoes.
    More of those sweeties in my diet for sure. Merry Christmas everyone.

  6. Kind of surprising to see that almost all the longest lived ppl in the world are eating a rather substantial amount of their calories from animal products, 15-25% and mainly from dairy. Only Okinawans had under 5% of their calories from animal products. Kind of makes us plant based advocates look rather silly claiming those foods are so toxic when clearly they can play a role in a health promoting diet. I’ll still refrain from eating them, but its high time we stop acting like any amount of animal products will harm you.

  7. According to Amazon reviews, these are not the healthiest recipes. Many contain white flour, oil, etc. I'm surprised he is promoting this particular cookbook when there are much healthier ones out there.

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