My flatemate's girlfriend who now lives with us has over the last year become more and more vegetarian. My flatmate says that he is starting to feel the pressure, and is not particularly happy because he feels his single pork chop is being bullied by the courgettes and aubergines in the fridge.
I mentioned that I would like to buy him and her a book for Christmas about Paleo just so they can read it together and get another point of view.
I've only read "The Paleo Solution - Robb Wolf" and "Good calories, Bad calories - Gary Taubes" so wondering if there is a more suitable "light" introduction to paleo out there, and one which a vegetarian who is very interested in their health would be more open to reading?
Update: Spoke to my flatmate's girlfriend last night and she said she would be really interested in reading a book on Paleo. So I started reading "The Primal Blueprint - Mark Sisson" on Kindle last night as I never give a book I haven't read myself. I like his style, different from "The Paleo Solution - Robb Wolf", but Sisson seems good at continuing to summarize his main points over and over.