At Slender For Life™ I highly recommend the Physicians Committee For Responsible Medicine’s Vegetarian Starter Kit. It is the perfect compliment to your hypnosis for weight loss program.

Here is the Vegetarian Starter Kit from the  Physicians Committee For Responsible Medicine:

Vegetarian Foods: Powerful for Health

The Three-Step Way to Go Vegetarian

Protein Myth

Tips for Making the Switch to a Vegetarian Diet

Cooking Without Eggs

Calcium in Plant-Based Diets

What About Milk?

The New Four Food Groups

Achieving and Maintaining a Healthy Weight

The Veganizer: Changing Your Regular Meals Into Low-Fat Vegan Meals

Vegetarian Diets for Pregnancy

Vegetarian Diets for Children: Right from the Start

Recipes for Health

To order the Vegetarian Starter Kit as a printed booklet, please visit PCRM’s complimentary literature page. You can also down load the PDF file here:

The Vegetarian Starter Kit is the perfect compliment to my book, Becoming Slender For Life and its hypnosis CD set. Clients of both my Seattle weight loss and Bainbridge Island weight loss offices have often reported to me how helpful they have found the kit to be.

There are many great articles and resources at the Physician’s Committee For Responsible Medicine (PCRM) and I highly recommend Dr. Neal Barnard‘s book, Breaking The Food Seduction.

Check out Slender For Life™ and call (206) 903-1232 or email for your free consultation.

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THE VEGETARIAN STARTER KIT is published by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. PCRM consists of more than 6,000 physicians and 100,000 lay members. PCRM promotes nutrition, preventive medicine, ethical research practices, and compassionate medical policy.

THE VEGETARIAN STARTER KIT is not intended as individual medical advice. Persons with medical conditions or who are taking medications should discuss any diet and lifestyle changes with their health professional.

Readers are welcome to reproduce articles from this publication for personal or educational use without additional permission. Material should not be reproduced for resale without prior arrangement with PCRM. © PCRM, 2005.

Note to the Reader: This booklet does not take the place of individualized medical care or advice. If you are overweight, have any health problems, or are on medication, you should consult with your doctor before making any changes in your diet or exercise routines. A diet change can alter your need for medication. For example, individuals with diabetes, high blood pressure, or high cholesterol levels often need less medication when they improve their diets. With any dietary change, it is important to ensure complete nutrition. Be sure to include a source of vitamin B12 in your routine, which could include any common multivitamin, fortified soymilk or cereals, or a vitamin B12 supplement containing five micrograms or more per day.