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  • Author:
    Gerry Bennett
  • ISBN:
    0434981389
  • ISBN13:
    978-0434981380
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  • Publisher:
    Heinemann (April 18, 1988)
  • Pages:
    180 pages
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An absolutely indispensable book for anyone who thinks about what they eat. I cannot recommend it highly enough. Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, author of When Elephants Weep and Raising the Peaceable Kingdom. I was convicted after reading this book to be more conscious, more educated, more deliberate in understanding what I'm eating, where and how it was grown, and the practices surrounding it. This is the power of this book! It's a tough commitment to live up to.

Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think by Brian Wansink, P. I am going to sum up the best parts for you in this article. Food is a great pleasure in our life – not something we should compromise. We simply need to shift our surroundings to work with our lifestyle instead of against it. Brian Wansink.

Very Good)-Eating England: Why We Eat What We Eat with Over 500 Special Places. Condition: Very Good.

Bennett, G. (1988) Eating matters: why we eat what we ea. 24 pp. London, Heinemann Kingswood. 1989) The human use of insects as food. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America gS,22-35. 1885) Why not eat insects? Facsimile reprint, with new introduction by Laurence Mound, 1988.

For him, it’s what we’re eating that is really the root of the obesity epidemic. Be selective about what you eat. Try to reduce your insulin level by avoiding sugar and refined carbs like wheat. Nutritional advice in the early Eighties demonised cholesterol and resulted in the general population eating more grains, helping create our obesity crisis. It was supposed to be whole grains, but nobody did that – they were eating refined grains, which are essentially sugar. Try to normalise omega-3:6 ratio by avoiding omega-6 foods: processed foods, fast food, vegetable oil, nuts. (1988) Eating matters: why we eat what we eat. 224 pp.

Insect protein could substitute for almost all vertebrate protein on which many of us now depend. Insects are edible, and they can be very appetizing - as shown by the gourmet ethnic restaurants of Mexico City and roadside food stalls of Bangkok. Bennett, G.