Comfortably Unaware


Comfortably Unaware

“As vegan diets gain popularity across the country for a way to improve health and the welfare of animals, it’s no secret that the environmental effects of this diet can have a positive effect on our planet. Comfortably Unaware helps readers take a closer look at just this–how to heal the planet by changing what’s on your plate. A health and environmental advocate for over 30 years, Dr. Oppenlander has long been inspiring change with his informative message. May his message inspire you.”
“Comfortably Unaware explains, so clearly, how what we choose to eat has a direct impact on the health of Planet Earth: how modern agro-business and our thoughtless appetites are, quite literally, destroying the environment and the future of our children. I urge you to read it, to think about its message, discuss it with your friends–and start to change the world, one bite, one meal, one diet at a time.”

“Comfortably Unaware by Dr. Richard A. Oppenlander is a great book for anyone who wants to better understand the effect our eating habits have on the planet . . . If you care about our planet, and want to make a difference, this book is a must-read.”

3 thoughts on “Comfortably Unaware

    1. It’s up to you. I love coconut, flax, and almond milk. Not all vegans give up honey. There are pro and con arguments. I don’t judge. There are vegans who shun anyone in their life who remain non-vegans. I don’t understand it and find it only serves to strengthen this fallacy that a vegan diet/lifestyle is extreme. I’ll check out your blog. Thanks for following and your open mindedness. Peace đŸ™‚

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