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    T. Colin Campbell: The China Study
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03/02/2011

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Elizabeth

Hi Meg! The Pepperclub Restaurant sounds great (I will have to try it next time I am visiting parents in Cape Elizabeth!), and Cammie going to cooking school sounds like such a fantastic idea (I would LOVE to do that...maybe someday as a second career?). I just wanted to leave a comment and say thank you for your books, blogs, and how they have inspired me to live a more healthy life. My "journey" to healthy living began when I decided to be a vegetarian over one year ago, and continued when I received your book (A Life in Balance) as a gift. Ever since then I have been trying harder and harder to phase out different foods I used to eat (dairy, eggs, cheese, animal products in general...meat was an easy one, I just don't like it!). After trying recipes in your book, I've accumulated other references (recommended by you!) including The China Study, Hip Chick's Guide to Macrobiotics, and your first book, Becoming Whole. Nutrition and diet are such an important part of our lives, and I appreciate all you have done to educate, inspire, and motivate me and so many others. Thank you, Meg!

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I like these packed dinner. They are not the most elegant of setting, but the taste and satisfaction is there. It makes for a TV dinner.

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