I'm not interested in it from a diet standpoint, as much as I am from a lifestyle standpoint. Kris' story is pretty inspiring and she offers a lot of research to back up her recommendations. I haven't read enough yet to try any of her suggestions, and I doubt even she will be able to convince me to go Vegan (I like my yogurt waaayyy too much for that). However I am excited to read all that she has to say and hopefully find some suggestions I can take away to implement in my own life.
Book two is Toxic Free by Debra Lynn Dadd
This is another book that appears to be comprehensively researched, this one dealing with eliminating toxins as a way to promote healing in the body. I like it from the perspective of reducing your toxic impact on the environment around you, and if doing that can help me to improve my own health than I'm game. I haven't gotten very far into this one yet, but I'll be sure to update you if I find anything good :)
So see it's just like a book club (minus the wine)! Now that you know what I'll be reading you can feel free to join in on the fun, or recommend a green lifestyle book of your own. Thanks to Katie for hosting the link up!