Best diet books of all time
Eating is one of life’s most vital activities. Food can be the object of instinct, desire, obsession and even fear, yet we all want to be healthy and well nourished. Becoming more conscious of what we put into our body can be a powerful part of taking charge of our life and determining our destiny. Quality nutrition can help us understand nature, and discover what is behind the substances we eat — the spiritual within the material. In this inspiring book, Marie-Laure Valandro draws on her deep study of Rudolf Steiner’s spiritual science, as well as the work of Rudolf Hauschka and Karl Koenig.
More free books Nutrition from Earth and Cosmos – Karl König
Food quality is an important issue for our modern world. There is an increasing awareness that empty calories and mass-produced food don't offer the quality nutrition that people need, and that smaller amounts of better-quality food could help combat the epidemic of obesity sweeping the western world. Karl Koenig recognised the significance of human nutrition nearly one hundred […] The Dynamics of Nutrition : The Impulse of Rudolf Steiner’s Spiritual Science for a New Nutritional Hygiene – Gerhard Schmidt
This comprehensive book addresses all aspects of human nutrition, drawing its basic ideas from those of Rudolf Steiner. It includes sections on the history and purpose of nutrition, smell and taste, rhythm and temperature, raw and cooked foods, nutrition and spiritual life, and community building through nutrition.
Author: Gerhard Schmidt
Pages: 252 […] The Transformational Nutrition Diet : A Six Week Program That Uses Science, Psychology, and Spirituality to Change the Way You Think about Food – Teresa Nichole Thomas
The Transformational Nutrition Diet is a six week program that will take you on a transformational journey of discovery! The program will take you through everything you need to know to transform your mind and your spirit and show you how healthy eating choices can transform your life! In this book, you will learn: Which foods to eat and which foods you should begin to eliminate, […] The Rules of “Normal” Eating : A Commonsense Approach for Dieters, Overeaters, Undereaters, Emotional Eaters, and Everyone in Between! – Koenig
Written in easy-to-understand, everyday language, The Rules of "Normal" Eating lays out the four basic rules that "normal" eaters follow instinctively -- eating when they're hungry, choosing foods that satisfy them, eating with awareness and enjoyment, and stopping when they're full or satisfied. Along with specific skills and techniques that help promote change, the book presents a […] Nutrition : Food, Health and Spiritual Development – Rudolf Steiner
Our instinctive knowledge of which foods are helpful and which are harmful appears increasingly to be fading. We are bombarded with advice, information and prescriptions as to what we should eat and drink, but the issues surrounding nutrition - questions of health, diet, taste, even ecology and sustainability - remain largely unresolved. Unlike most commentators on this subject, […] Eating for A’s : A Month-By-Month Nutrition and Lifestyle Guide to Help Raise Smarter Kids – Kathleen Margaret Dunn
Eating for A's is a month-by-month nutrition and lifestyle guide for parents of young school-aged children. It combines science and whimsy to deliver information that matters most to parents. Each monthly chapter follows the school year calendar to target pre-set goals to build a solid foundation of healthy habits for success in the classroom and in life.
Author: Kathleen Margaret […] The Color Code : A Revolutionary Eating Plan for Optimum Health – Daniel Nadeau
Color cures! That's the simple premise behind The Color Code. While we all know that healthy eating is the key to a long life, few people understand why the natural pigments that give fruits and vegetables their color can help protect your body, too. Combining their expertise in aging and nutrition, a leading scientist and an outstanding physician show readers how to prevent the most […] Overweight Kids : Spiritual, Behavioral and Preventative Solutions – Linda S. Mintle
Raising Healthy Kids in an Unhealthy World teaches parents how to raise healthy kids in an over scheduled, fast-food, video-game world by making simple choices, easy changes and instilling good habits that will improve everyone's life today and forever. This positive, practical, and inspirational guide will help parents find spiritual and behavioral solutions to help their […]
Best diet books of all time