The topic of nutrition has become a bewildering landscape of cultural myth and vested interest. There is an urgent need for a new approach to human diet, one that cuts through the commercial PR, the political caution and the nutritional confusion.
The MACROVegan approach to eating addresses these concerns with a fusion of two important doctrines. The first of these are the ecological insights of ancient Asian health care found in macrobioticstudies. This tradition points to the benefits of seasonal, regional and ecologically sustainable nutrition.
The second set of standards come from the ethic of the modern vegan approach to eating that drives the leading edge of contemporary nutritional science proven by both medical study and extensive epidemiological research.
The MACROVegan way of eating addresses the requirements for vibrant health as well as a delicious, diverse and socially responsible way of eating.