Books: An African City's Esosa's Plant-Based Diet

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Esosa spread the gospel of healthy eating

Best known as the creator of the blog Raw Girl in a Toxic World, and 'Ngozi' of the International television & web series "An African City", Actress, Author and Holistic Health Expert Esosa E. announces pre-orders of her third book,“Got Veg? How to Thrive on a Plant-Based Diet”!

Since unveiling her first book “The Acne-Free Diet,” an e-book guide to overcoming acne for life that has changed the faces of readers worldwide, Esosa E. has also released the book “Parasites, BeGone!”, an e-book offering quality information readers can apply to their lifestyles to help them to stay acne-free or heal any prevailing skin condition.

Set for release in July, 2015, “Got Veg? How to Thrive on a Plant-Based Diet” is filled with practical information, including step-by-step instructions to help readers prepare for a plant-based lifestyle. Kitchen prep, explanation of the levels of a plant-based diet, a thorough breakdown of the nutrients your body needs to thrive, how to transition, over fifty recipes and other tips make this book a must-read for anyone seeking to experience the plant-based life.

Fueling the anticipation of the official release date, Esosa E. is offering pre-orders of "Got Veg? How to Thrive on a Plant-Based Diet" on the Raw Girl in a Toxic World site.Outside of her passion for health, Esosa is an award-winning actress, producer, and model. Presently she is most known as an actress for her role as Ngozi, the vegetarian who is naïve about the world of dating, in the hit international television & web series “An African City.”The show has been dubbed “Africa’s Answer to Sex & the City,” has been featured by the BBC, NPR, ELLE (France & South Africa), EBONY, CNN, Glamour Magazine (France), Forbes Africa and many more. The first season of “An African City” is currently airing on YouTube and television all over Africa and Europe on Canal+, and a second season is set to begin production in the summer of 2015. Esosa’s mission as Raw Girl is to make plant-based lifestyles accessible to anyone interested in achieving optimal health. For ongoing health tips and discussion, visit  To find out more about Esosa E., visit



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