Escape the Meatrix by Stuart Waldner Combines Latest Science with Personal Experience to Reveal a Transformative Perspective Releases October 11, 2022

Escape the Meatrix by Stuart Waldner Combines Latest Science with Personal Experience to Reveal a Transformative Perspective Releases October 11, 2022

Environmental, Health, and Wellness Nonfiction Book Exposes How Eating Animal-based Foods is Destroying the Planet, Wrecking Our Health, and Fueling Climate Change

 

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Lexington, KY— Environmental, health, and wellness nonfiction book, Escape the Meatrix: Eat Plants, Feel Great, and Save the Planet!, releases October 11, 2022. Author Stuart Waldner cites overwhelming scientific data and his personal experiences to present a compelling, eye-opening perspective on what the reader can do to help mitigate the worst of climate-change, while also improving their health. The book challenges the status quo of eating animal-based foods.

 

Escape the Meatrix: Eat Plants, Feel Great, and Save the Planet! connects the scientific dots between the food on people’s plates, their health, and the health of the planet. The author includes anecdotes from his own life, and draws comparisons between our world and The Matrix film franchise.

 

When Stuart Waldner replaced meat with plant-based foods, he realized that killing and consuming animals isn’t as natural, nutritious, and necessary as we have been led to believe. The term he uses, “The Meatrix,” refers to the movie The Matrix, in which the protagonist realizes that the world he lives in is fake. Paralleling the movie, the Meatrix teaches us to believe that animal-based foods provide nutrients that cannot be found elsewhere, leading to over-consumption and addiction.

 

After witnessing the benefits a plant-based lifestyle had on his own health, Waldner’s extensive scientific research clearly showed that the widely held belief that animal-based foods are a necessary part of our diet is a deeply conditioned, widespread misconception that benefits big business at the expense of individual and environmental health. Additionally, Waldner shares the science he’s discovered behind lifestyle changes. Research identified in his book indicates that reducing the intake of meat and animal products may help prevent, stabilize or reverse many chronic health conditions, and avoid many types of cancer, Alzheimer’s, heart disease, as well as the worst-case scenarios of climate change.

 

Author Stuart Waldner says, “After transitioning to a plant-based lifestyle, I discovered the statistical connections between our food choices and the worldwide crises we’re about to face, and felt called to help wake people up, for our health and for the health of the planet. I invite readers to discover how we’ve all fallen victim to the centuries-long monopoly and mythology surrounding consuming animal protein.”

 

Escape the Meatrix: Eat Plants, Feel Great, and Save the Planet! by Stuart Waldner is available on Amazon

 

Paperback price: $15.99

ISBN: 978-1-5445-2875-5

 

About the Author:

Stuart WaldnerStuart Waldner is an activist and an author. Escape the Meatrix, Waldner’s debut nonfiction book, was written after he transitioned to a plant-based diet in 2008. His health improved, he felt better, and the more he learned about the statistical connections between our dietary choices and the worldwide climate crises we face, the more he felt an urgency to wake people up—for our health and for the planet. When Waldner is not advocating for the health of people and our planet, he spends time playing with his dogs, cooking plant-based foods, running, and restoring is 128-year-old Victorian home. To discover more, visit Stuart Waldner’s website.

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