In Eat Like a Human, archaeologist and primitive technologist Dr Bill Schindler draws on cutting-edge science and a lifetime of research to explain how safety, nutrient density and bioavailability are the cornerstones of a healthy diet.
Author: Bill Schindler
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Health & Fitness
Our relationship to food is filled with confusion and insecurity. Vegan or carnivore? Vegetarian or gluten-free? Keto or Mediterranean? Fasting or Paleo? Every day we hear about a new ingredient that is good or bad, a new diet that promises everything. Our conversations are filled with a dizzying array of approaches to and perspectives on our relationship with food. But the truth is that none of those labels matter. The secret to becoming healthier, losing weight, living a pain-free and energetic life and healing the planet has nothing to do with counting calories, reducing portion sizes or feeling deprived - the key is re-learning how to eat like a human. This means finding food that is as nutrient-dense as possible, and preparing that food using methods that release those nutrients and make them safe and bioavailable to our bodies, which is exactly what allowed our ancestors, millions of years ago, to not only live but thrive. In Eat Like a Human, archaeologist and primitive technologist Dr Bill Schindler draws on cutting-edge science and a lifetime of research to explain how safety, nutrient density and bioavailability are the cornerstones of a healthy diet. He shows readers how to live like modern 'hunter-gatherers' by using the same strategies our ancestors used - as well as techniques still practiced by many cultures around the world - to make food as safe, nutritious, bioavailable and delicious as possible. With each chapter dedicated to a specific food group, in-depth explanations of different foods and cooking techniques and concrete takeaways, as well as 75+ recipes, Eat Like a Human will permanently change the way you think about food, and help you live a happier, healthier, and more connected life.
Author: Michelle Schwegmann Publish On: 2015-06-10
Not eating animals is by far the most effective thing you can do to for the environment. EAT LIKE YOU GIVE A DAMN ABOUT YOUR FELLOW HUMANS In an article published in the Washington Post in 2005 called “Meatpacking's Human Toll,” Jamie ...
Author: Michelle Schwegmann
Publisher: Book Publishing Company
Entrepreneurs and ethical vegans Michelle Schwegmann and Josh Hooten first satisfied their passion for saving animals by designing and selling a successful line of clothing that promoted cruelty-free ethics: Herbivore. Inspiring people to eat like they give a damn, Michelle and Josh share over 100 recipes for their favorite everyday vegan dishes, which they've tucked into an original book design that reflects their art and ethics. Their recipe list is anchored with a panoply of comfort foods, such as hot soups and chili, mac 'n'cheese, and sweet potato fries, all served up with a touch of whimsy. An Elvis Quesadilla with Maple-Yogurt Drizzle crosses paths with Praise Seitan Vegan Roast and Oma's Full of Beans. Roasted Beet Burgers sidle up to Only-Kale-Can-Save-Us-Now Salad and Pesto-Parmesan Corn on the Cob. With ample helpings of sass and heart, the authors intersperse their recipes with treatises on why vegan and how vegan. In addition, the authors provide support for vegan parents of vegan children and anyone who wants to indulge in the meat- and cheese-based foods they grew up loving, without sacrificing any animals to enjoy them.
Such birds appear to eat very little, but a sparrow can easily eat 100% of its bodyweight every day, while a human eats only about 1.5% of their bodyweight in a single day. Therefore, humans who eat like a bird eat the amount that a ...
Author: Robert Allen Palmatier
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
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popular human opinion, the council seems to speak subjectively and more from the perspective of consensus opinion rather than from divine revelation. The Jerusalem council, a body whose members are unidentified and unknown and therefore ...
Author: Andrew L. Hoy
Publisher: Author House
Category: Health & Fitness
Got Questions? Eat Like Jesus makes Christian diets and doctrine both clean and easy! Christian disciples throughout the world strive to be more like Jesus. While there might be many different ways to imitate Jesus, one of the easiest ways might be to EAT LIKE JESUS. After all, eating is just as simple as it is satisfying. Although it should not be difficult to eat as Jesus did, most Christians do not feel obligated to consider Jesus' dining habits. That is why most grocery lists fail to meet biblical dietary standards - and why most breakfast menus promote staples contrary to Jesus' cuisine. Most earnest believers do not realize that they are eating contrary to God's life-preserving advice. In fact, Christians don't really think much about what Jesus ate because they've become misguided by confused clergy and Bible mistranslations, which together suggest that New Testament teachings grant them permission to eat anything! In order to help restore believers to biblical diets, EAT LIKE JESUS takes a fresh look at all essential Bible verses pertaining to eating. by expounding on the original language and larger contexts, EAT LIKE JESUS unlocks "clean" and healthy principles concealed within key Bible texts. After reviewing simple kosher dining doctrines in effect since Adam, everyone - from the seasoned scholar to the new believer - will be equipped to understand and apply them in everyday life.
Author: Gary Lawrence FrancionePublish On: 2013-09-26
Packed with clear, commonsense thinking on animal ethics, without jargon or complicated theory, this book will change the way you think about what you eat.
Author: Gary Lawrence Francione
***SPECIAL OFFER***Take $2 OFF per copy purchased through CreateSpace (https://www.createspace.com/4423398) with discount code: Z8RZS95MThis book puts the issue of eating animals squarely on the table.We all claim to care about animals and to regard them as having at least some moral value. We all claim to agree that it's wrong to inflict “unnecessary” suffering and death on animals and--whatever disagreement we may have about when animal use is necessary—we all agree that the suffering and death of animals cannot be justified by human pleasure, amusement, or convenience. We condemn Michael Vick for dog fighting precisely because we feel strongly that any pleasure that Vick got from this activity could not possibly justify what he did.So how can we justify the fact that we kill many billions of land animals and fish every year for food? However “humanely” we treat and kill these animals, the amount of animal suffering we cause is staggering. Yet no one maintains that animal foods are necessary for optimal health. Indeed, mounting empirical evidence points to animal foods being detrimental for human health. But however you evaluate that evidence, there can be no serious doubt that we can have excellent health with a vegan diet. There is also broad consensus that animal agriculture is an ecological disaster. Animal agriculture is responsible for water pollution, air pollution, deforestation, soil erosion, inefficient use of plant protein and water, and all sorts of other environmental harms. The best justification we have for the unimaginable amount of suffering and death that we impose on animals is that they taste good. We enjoy the taste of animal foods. But how is this any different from Michal Vick claiming that his dog fighting operation was justifiable because he enjoyed watching dogs fight? Vick liked sitting around a pit watching animals fight. We enjoy sitting around the summer barbecue pit roasting the corpses of animals who have had lives and deaths that are as bad, if not worse than, Vick's dogs. What is the difference between Michael Vick and those of us who eat animal foods?This book shows that there is no difference, or at least not any difference that matters morally.Francione and Charlton argue that if you think animals matter morally—if you reject the idea that animals are just things—your own beliefs require that you stop eating animal products. There is nothing "extreme" about a vegan diet; what is extreme is the inconsistency between what we say we believe and how we act where animals are concerned.Many of us are uneasy thinking about the animals who end up on our plates. We may have thought about stopping eating animal products but there are many excuses that have kept us from doing so. The authors explore the 30+ excuses they have heard as long-time vegans and address each one, showing why these excuses don't work. Packed with clear, commonsense thinking on animal ethics, without jargon or complicated theory, this book will change the way you think about what you eat.
You have to learn strategies to deal, just like everybody else does. As Dr. E so eloquently put it, you are susceptible to the same “inconveniences of being human” as everyone else – even with regard to your eating – welcome to the club ...
Author: Irene Pace
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Category: Health & Fitness
If you’re ready to get more health, your best weight, and enjoy life as you do it, you’re in the right place! In Eat Like You Teach, registered dietitian and expert coach, Irene Pace helps nutrition-minded folks make that happen. Irene gives clear steps needed to move from just knowing to actually doing, which helps women and men: Take control of their weight Be confident doing what works best for them Reclaim their focus Bring energy to all parts of their life See their efforts lead to real results
In the eat-anything-you-like phase, there were twice as many foods to choose from than in the restricted phase. ... Alison then recruited twenty-two healthy, lean volunteers and kept them prisoner (like human locusts) for three separate ...
Author: David Raubenheimer
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Category: Health & Fitness
A New Scientist Best Book of 2020 Our evolutionary ancestors once possessed the ability to intuit what food their bodies needed, in what proportions, and ate the right things in the proper amounts—perfect nutritional harmony. From wild baboons to gooey slime molds, most every living organism instinctually knows how to balance their diets, except modern-day humans. When and why did we lose this ability, and how can we get it back? David Raubenheimer and Stephen Simpson reveal the answers to these questions in a gripping tale of evolutionary biology and nutritional science, based upon years of groundbreaking research. Their colorful scientific journey takes readers across the globe, from the foothills of Cape Town, to the deserts of Arizona, to a state-of-the-art research center in Sydney. Readers will encounter locusts, mice and even gorillas along the way as the scientists test their hypotheses on various members of the animal kingdom. This epic scientific adventure culminates in a unifying theory of nutrition that has profound implications for our current epidemic of metabolic diseases and obesity. Raubenheimer and Simpson ultimately offer useful advice to understand the unwanted side effects of fad diets, gain control over one’s food environment, and see that delicious and healthy are integral parts of proper eating.
of their lives still struggle with poor eating habits like constant snacking throughout the day. CRIBBING,. IN. HORSES. AND. IN. HUMANS. Cribbing is a well-known phenomenon in the horse and livestock communities.
Author: Zack Hernandez
Category: Health & Fitness
--Train Like a Savage Eat Like a Caveman-- gives you access to cutting-edge food science tips and high-intensity workouts engineered by Ivy League combat athletes at Columbia University. You will learn to train, eat, and biohack your body so that you can be as efficient as possible. These philosophies were originally engineered for Division 1 Wrestlers, but it's been tailored to be effective for anyone, especially busy professionals!
Human biological functions , like eating , are culturally coded and socially organized . It is important in all human societies that people eat like human beings , not like animals . This requires adherence to social conventions for ...
Author: Lawrence B. Glickman
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Category: Business & Economics
This volume offers the most comprehensive and incisive exploration of American consumer history to date, spanning the four centuries from the colonial era to the present.
Each involves bringing some primitive energy into its full human form. In sponsorship, you're looking to humanize whatever is ... Perhaps one of the greatest achievements of civilization is to help a child eat like a person. (Laughter.) ...
Author: Stephen Gilligan
Publisher: Crown House Publishing
Stephen Gilligan and Robert Dilts truly take you on a voyage of self-discovery. The Hero's Journey examines the questions: How can you live a meaningful life? What is the deepest life you are called to, and how can you respond to that call? It is about how to discover your calling and how to embark on the path of learning and transformation that will reconnect you with your spirit,change negative beliefs and habits, heal emotional wounds and physical symptoms, deepen intimacy, and improve self-image and self-love. Along this path we inevitably meet challenges and confronting these challenges forces us to develop and think in new ways and push us outside our comfort zone. The book takes the form of a transcript of a four day workshop conducted by Stephen and Robert. It is a powerful way of learning as you are so absorbed by the experiences of the participants that you feel you are actually there. A wonderful voyage of discovery for everyone who thinks that, "there must be more to life than this".
But adult human beings are not like that. Adults do not eat all day long and normally eat through an institutional complex unknown in the nonhuman world: the meal. Human biological functions, like eating, are culturally coded and ...
Author: Michael Schudson
Category: Business & Economics
What does advertising do? Is it the faith of a secular society? If so, why does it inspire so little devotion? Advertising, the Uneasy Persuasion is a clear-eyed account of advertising as both business and social institution. Instead of fuelling the moral indignation surrounding the industry, or feeding fantasies of powerful manipulators, Michael Schudson presents a clear assessment of advertising in its wider sociological and historical framework, persuasively concluding that advertising is not nearly as important, effective, or scientifically founded as either its advocates or its critics imagine. ‘Dispassionate, open-minded and balanced ... he conveys better than any other recent author a sense of advertising as its practitioners understand it.’ Stephen Fox, New York Times Book Review First published in 1984.
Adults do not eat all day long and normally eat through an institutional complex unknown in the nonhuman world : the meal . Human biological functions , like eating , are culturally coded and socially organized .
Category: Business & Economics
Routledge Library Editions: Advertising brings together as one set, or individual volumes, a series of previously out-of-print classics from a variety of academic imprints. With titles as varied as Advertising and Psychology, Advertising in the 21st Century, Outdoor Advertising and The Economics of Advertising, this set provides in one place a wealth of important reference sources from a wide range of authors expert in the field.
Human biological functions, like eating, are culturally coded and socially organized. It is important in all human societies that people eat like human beings, not like animals. This requires adherence to social conventions for eating ...
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
In this comprehensive collection of essays, most of which appear for the first time, eminent scholars from many disciplines—philosophy, economics, sociology, political science, demography, theology, history, and social psychology—examine the causes, nature, and consequences of present-day consumption patterns in the United States and throughout the world.
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Author: Kathleen A. Ireland
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Medical professionals will be able to connect the science of biology to their own lives through the stunning visuals in Visualizing Human Biology. The important concepts of human biology are presented as they relate to the world we live in. The role of the human in the environment is stressed throughout, ensuring that topics such as evolution, ecology, and chemistry are introduced in a non-threatening and logical fashion. Illustrations and visualization features are help make the concepts easier to understand. Medical professionals will appreciate this visual and concise approach.
Author: His Majesty King Yaqeenullah Alamal Yaqeen Muhammad Shuaibi ,SUUH KingdomPublish On:
So many experiences witnessed when jinn turn into human likeness and they live like human beings, they dress like us, they eat like us, even some of them get married to human beings and they make a family of jinn and a human being with ...
Author: His Majesty King Yaqeenullah Alamal Yaqeen Muhammad Shuaibi ,SUUH Kingdom
Have you been living the life you really would have wanted to live, or do you feel like a programmed robot? ... Eating is different from smoking, drinking alcohol, and using drugs. ... Only human beings “eat like pigs and animals.
Author: Dr Zvi Pearlstein
Publisher: Bublish, Inc.
Category: Health & Fitness
We have adult and child obesity epidemics worldwide. How is this possible when we are at our most intellectually and technologically advanced state? This is just the tip of the iceberg in understanding our shortcomings in health and wellness. U R NOT WHAT U EAT is a guide to personal soul transformation and simultaneously disrupts nine $100 billion health industries.
“Just eat your breakfast.” Zane stabbed his fork into the berries and sighed ... This guy really needed more “How To Act Human” lessons back in Heaven—especially with an emphasis on sarcasm. ... “For an angel, you sure eat like a human.
Author: RJ Benson
Publisher: ATBOSH Media Ltd.
Zane Verloren is a highly skilled musician, the front man for a house band in the city of Cincinnati. Damaceous is an angel, an investigator from the Powers Dominion, sent to earth to discover the truth behind the rise in local demonic activity. Little does Zane know, a fateful encounter between them would turn his world on its head, opening new realms filled with dreams and nightmares, love and ruin. Together, the two race to discover the evil behind a web of betrayal and deception, facing off against beings with incredible power. Will Zane learn the truth of his nature? Or will Damaceous only bring him misery?
Dietary budgets It does not take much in America for a pauper to eat like a Prince: $1 per meal is the difference between ... Just beware, humans are not very well able to digest animal protein, and doing so results in the production of ...