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Low-Stress Food By Joon Yun, Stephanie Daniel
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The food we eat may represent a significant, previously unrecognized, source of chronic stress. Food not only provides calories, but also information. Despite the unprecedented abundance, modern food... More > can erroneously convey stress associated with resource scarcity. Our bodies assimilate the stress embedded in the foods – so that we truly are what we eat. Insight into the role of chronic stress embedded in the foods represents the first step in recognizing how food can improve our mental and physical wellness. The association between food and health has generated recent interest in organic foods, local foods, “slow foods”, vegetarianism, raw foods, natural foods and free-range meats. Low-Stress Food may represent the unifying paradigm that links these various modern movements under a common umbrella. Low-Stress Food exemplifies a broader philosophy that good relationships with nature and each other is the foundation to building a better world.< Less
Healthy Recipes and Provocative Worldviews By Tiffany Twain
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This is a cookbook that contains some of the healthiest recipes ever invented, and they create food that is delicious! In addition, this collection of essays provides figurative recipes for our... More > nation to create a better world through an embrace of feminine, holistic, fair-minded, and farsighted perspectives. The provocative worldviews included with these recipes include some advice to the Tea Party and Occupy Movements, and there are also several compendiums of prescriptions for how we could improve our societies by fairly fixing our Social Security and healthcare systems, and by advancing a progressive agenda for a more sane humanity. These ideas would help guide us forward toward achieving goals that are in best interests of almost everyone alive, now and in future generations.< Less