“Today, a greater percentage of the human race is overweight than at any other time in history. Meanwhile, a greater percentage of the human race suffers from malnutrition than at any other time in recorded history. These two developments stem from a common source.” — John Robbins
John Robbins is considered by many to be one of the most eloquent and powerful spokespersons in the country for a sane and sustainable future. In May All Be Fed, he explains why so few have so much to eat and why so many have so little. With thorough documentation, Robbins exposes the commercial and political forces that cause the affluent to suffer from heart disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other diet-related diseases, and also cause the poor to be deprived of a basic human right — ample, wholesome food. The book contains more than 200 delicious recipes, including whole grain breakfast cereals and puddings, tasty soups, hearty stews and chilis, crunchy as well as leafy salads, and satisfying fruit desserts.
“With wisdom, compassion and understanding, John Robbins shows that it is possible to eliminate world hunger, not only in the distant future but today. In addition, with perfect logic, he gives us insight into the fact that we can create an ecologically balanced and peaceful planet by just changing our eating habits. May All Be Fed is a book about integrity by a man with integrity.”
— Deepak Chopra, M.D.
“John Robbins’ May All Be Fed is amazing. It is an incredibly important document, taking one of our most basic human activities and exploring its environmental, biological and spiritual importance. I hope everyone reads this book.”
— Marianne Williamson, Author of A Return to Love
“I set aside my usual business to read, savor, and digest every word of John Robbins’ book, May All Be Fed. I advise every awakening person to do the same. I felt newly inspired by his clarity and compassion. Once again his words touch our minds, open our hearts, and nourish our spirits. His writings represent a lever that can move the world by moving us to a new way of life.”
— Dan Millman Author of The Way of the Peaceful Warrior