Reading Time: < 1 minute The Proof is in the Plants is filled with 'evidence-based research'. Credit: Simon Hill
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Nutritionist and physiotherapist Simon Hill is releasing a book on how a plant-based diet ‘could save your life’. 

Hill, who is the founder of the popular podcast Plant Proof, has secured a deal with major publishing house Penguin.

Simon Hill’s book

The Proof is in the Plants is filled with ‘evidence-based research’. The book shows that a whole-food plant-based diet can reduce the risks of issues such as heart attacks and strokes.

It also covers how plant-based living has a ‘positive impact on the climate and animal welfare’. Moreover, it breaks down how to build a ‘healthy, satisfying plant-based plate’. 

The book shows that a whole-food plant-based diet can reduce the risks of issues such as heart attacks and strokes.

‘An accessible guide to plant-based living’

In a statement sent to PBN, Penguin states: “The Proof is in the Plants dives deep into not just how but why plant-based lifestyles are beneficial to our health and our planet. 

“Hill explores the structure and history of our food environment, the food and health industries, and their for-profit agenda, the impact of our dietary choices from red meat to dairy. And, how we can take the steps to make meaningful changes for our health and our planet. 

“As both a foundational text packed with fascinating evidence-based research and an accessible guide to living a plant-based life, Simon has interpreted the science to give us the unadulterated facts.”

Dr. Will Bulsiewicz, MD MSCI is New York Times bestselling author of Fiber Fueled. He added: “The Proof is in the Plants is a triumphant tour de force of modern nutritional science that delivers the knowledge and actionable steps that we all need for human and planetary health… 

“It’s captivating, eye-opening, and life-changing.”

You can pre-order The Proof is in the Plants here

Liam Gilliver

Liam is the Deputy Editor and Social Media Coordinator for Plant Based News. He has written for a number of top publications including Gay Times, Attitude Magazine, Oh Comely, and The Huffington Post - and is the author of 'We're Worried About Him'.