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The New Enlightened Eating

Author : Caroline Dupont
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Caroline Dupont has the ability to convey the intimate connection between our food choices, our bodies, and our environment. In this revised edition of the breakthrough Enlightened Eating, she brings to our attention inspirational and practical information that will help us deepen our understanding of our relationship to food and the world we live in. Using recipes that are both universally appealing as well as easy-to-prepare, readers are shown how to create meals that are nutritionally sound, emotionally balanced, and completely satisfying. Focus is placed on life-enhancing, whole foods with emphasis on organic, local, in-season produce whenever possible. Also emphasized is learning how to create a healthful environment. Being able to maintain a beautiful, sacred space around mealtime and eating mindfully in a relaxed state allows you to slow down and listen to your inner guidance. Changes in this edition include simplifying both the recipes and ingredients for more efficiency, placing more focus on local foods, and overall using less salt and more healthful ingredients. This book shines a light on how to connect to our authentic nature through holistic nutrition and healthful eating. It's a joyful discovery.

Enlightened Eating

Author : Caroline Marie Dupont
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Caroline Marie DuPont, an instructor for the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition, presents a collection of recipes and quotations devoted to healthy eating. DuPont shows how we can take care of our souls through food and other health practices.

40 Days to Enlightened Eating

Author : Elise Cantrell
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Winner: Diet, Health and Fitness category of USA Best Book Awards 2014 Reinvent yourself...Combine the time tested wisdom of sister sciences Yoga and Ayurveda to reinvigorate your metabolism, optimize your weight, awaken your energy and enliven your spirit. Uncover your ideal blueprint. By changing your eating alone, you can change your life. Modern culture has lost touch with the way we were designed to eat. The result is weight gain, sluggish energy, and compromised health. The mind is clouded and the spirit is dull. When it comes to eating and food, the ancient knowledge and common sense behind Yoga and Ayurveda is needed now more than ever. Rediscovering this wisdom alone can transform the body, mind and spirit in just 40 days. There will be no counting calories, fat, carbs, or points. This enlightened way of eating did not originate in Beverly Hills or South Beach, but from long ago and far away. These forty days aren’t only about losing weight but about gaining health, energy, and vitality. Many eating plans cause weight loss at the expense of energy and health. This plan is different. This plan is developed to lighten not only your body but the mind and spirit too. Optimal weight, health, energy, and vitality are the natural by-product of eating in the way we were designed to eat. Each day is a chapter in the book. Each chapter is one step forward on the journey to transformation. The next forty days will detoxify the system and reset your cravings, appetite, metabolism, and eating patterns. Forty days is the spiritually prescribed time period needed to reconstruct habits and forge lasting change. Watch your metabolism ignite, your moods lift, your energy surge, and your spirits soar. Your optimal self is there waiting for you at the end of the forty days!

Eating the Enlightenment

Author : E. C. Spary
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Eating the Enlightenment offers a new perspective on the history of food, looking at writings about cuisine, diet, and food chemistry as a key to larger debates over the state of the nation in Old Regime France. Embracing a wide range of authors and scientific or medical practitioners—from physicians and poets to philosophes and playwrights—E. C. Spary demonstrates how public discussions of eating and drinking were used to articulate concerns about the state of civilization versus that of nature, about the effects of consumption upon the identities of individuals and nations, and about the proper form and practice of scholarship. En route, Spary devotes extensive attention to the manufacture, trade, and eating of foods, focusing upon coffee and liqueurs in particular, and also considers controversies over specific issues such as the chemistry of digestion and the nature of alcohol. Familiar figures such as Fontenelle, Diderot, and Rousseau appear alongside little-known individuals from the margins of the world of letters: the draughts-playing café owner Charles Manoury, the “Turkish envoy” Soliman Aga, and the natural philosopher Jacques Gautier d’Agoty. Equally entertaining and enlightening, Eating the Enlightenment will be an original contribution to discussions of the dissemination of knowledge and the nature of scientific authority.

Enlightened Eating

Author : L. E. Bryan
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The Sunday Times Guide to Enlightened Eating

Author : Lis Leigh
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The Next 40 Days to Enlightened Eating

Author : Elise Cantrell
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What goes on inside of your body and mind is what will manifest in your outer life. The external always mirrors the internal. When we make changes at the very building block level, our DNA, which we can do with eating habits and food choices, the pieces begin to fall into place inside of us. When we intentionally create balance, health and harmony inside of our bodies, it shows up in all areas of our lives. We often get so ingrained in the habits and lifestyle choices that we have been making, that we forget that we ourselves are the keys to change. Transformation is a way of life. Either we are constantly growing and evolving or we are stuck. Each of us has everything we need to heal and thrive within our reach and within ourselves. Transformation begins with new, enlightened choices. Across multiple wisdom traditions, 40 Days is considered the optimal time period to set permanent change into motion. These 40 days will take you even deeper into the body, mind and spirit. Inspired by the healing sciences of yoga and Ayurveda, you will explore higher ways of living and being. These 40 Days will be a catalyst for profound transformation and enlightened living. Why not begin now?

Enlightened Eating

Author : Rebecca Ruggles Radcliffe
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A supportive resource on eating, overeating, weight, body image, stress, and self esteem.-publisher description.

Eating Disorders

Author : Raymond Lemberg
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Offers a collection of articles which discuss the causes, symptoms, health and psychological effects, and treatments of eating disorders, and provides a directory of facilities and programs designed to help people with these disorders.

Deep Healing

Author : Caroline Marie Dupont
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In this accessible and practical guide, holistic health practitioner and nutritionist Caroline Marie Dupont illuminates the concept of deep healing, a multidimensional approach to achieving and maintaining optimum health in body, mind, and spirit. Deep Healing shows how understanding personal energy patterns together with meditation can expand our awareness and intuition about our bodies and what they need to heal. You'll also learn how juice fasting and other practices that cleanse and detoxify the body is another way that accentuates and accelerates our physical and spiritual evolution. Caroline provides a health supportive diet that includes recipes for infusion teas, green smoothies, mineral broths, as well as hearty meals based on nourishing whole foods. A close examination of emotional and psycho-spiritual factors that can lead to or exacerbate disease is countered with a review of positive attitudes and habits that contribute to lasting, vibrant health. Inspiring, reassuring, and at times surprisingly simple, Caroline's guidance will help readers implement spiritual practices and personal choices that make a real difference in their lives.

The Supposedly Enlightened Person s Guide to Raising a Dog

Author : Lisa Tenzin-Dolma
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Kac Young never imagined that, after a lifetime as a ‘cat person,’ she would fall in love with, and adopt, a tiny rescue dog called Talulah. Kac loved other people’s dogs, but “I never had time, and they smell funny, lick off your makeup, and pee on your new shoes.” All that changed when she met Talulah, and just had to take her back to her home in the Californian forest, that she shared with her partner and six cats. Soon after Talulah took up residence, Truffle was also adopted by Kac, and this book is the fascinating story of Kac’s progression from slightly shell-shocked beginner to savvy, adoring dog guardian. Right from the start, Kac consulted behaviourist Lisa Tenzin-Dolma on all things dog-related, and Lisa’s observations and wise guidance on a wide range of subjects follow Kac’s accounts, providing vital insight about the best way to go about building a loving, trusting relationship between you and your dog. Entertaining and informative, this book will appeal to new and seasoned dog guardians alike. p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 11.0px Arial}

The Sunday Times Guide to Enlightened Eating

Author : Lis Leigh
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Eating and Being Eaten

Author : Nyamnjoh, Francis B.
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This innovative book is an open invitation to a rich and copious meal of imagination, senses and desires. It argues that cannibalism is practised by all and sundry. In love or in hate, fear or fascination, purposefulness or indifference, individuals, cultures and societies are actively cannibalising and being cannibalised. The underlying message of: ‘Own up to your own cannibalism!’ is convincingly argued and richly substantiated. The book brilliantly and controversially puts cannibalism at the heart of the self-assured biomedicine, globalising consumerism and voyeuristic social media. It unveils a vast number of prejudices, blind spots and shameful othering. It calls on the reader to consider a morality and an ethics that are carefully negotiated with required sensibility and sensitivity to the fact that no one and no people have the monopoly of cannibalisation and of creative improvisation in the game of cannibalism. The productive, transformative and (re)inventive understanding of cannibalism argued in the book should bring to the fore one of the most vital aspects of what it means to be human in a dynamic world of myriad interconnections and enchantments. To nourish and cherish such a productive form of cannibalism requires not only a compassionate generosity to let in and accommodate the stranger knocking at the door, but also, and more importantly, a deliberate effort to reach in, identify, contemplate, understand, embrace and become intimate with the stranger within us, individuals and societies alike.

The Oxford Handbook of Food Politics and Society

Author : Ronald J. Herring
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Food has, for most of our species history, been intensely political: who gets to eat what, how often, and through what means? The scale of polity in question has shifted over time, from very local institutions dividing up grain piles to an international community imagined in the Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations. Simultaneously, the numbers and interests of people asserting political stakes in food and agriculture have likewise shifted up and out. Global networks advocate social justice in distal agrarian systems, promotion of some farming techniques and prohibition of others, food sovereignty or efficiencies of markets and trade. Political consumerism allows the well-endowed to "vote with their dollars" for changes in food systems far from home, but depends on certification and labeling from unseen institutions. As an object of governmentality, food has never been so prominent. The thirty-five handbook chapters confront four major themes in the politics of food: property, technology, justice and knowledge. Ronald Herring's editorial introduction asks how food is political, highlighting contention around the role of market, state and information in societal decisions. The first section of the handbook then examines technology, science and knowledge in food production. What is known - and disputed - about malnutrition, poverty and food security? The second section addresses ethics, rights and distributive justice: agrarian reform, gender inequality, entitlements and subsidies, and the social vision of the alternative food movement. The third section looks to intersections of agriculture and nature: wild foods, livestock, agro-ecological approaches to sustainability, and climate change and genetic engineering. The fourth section addresses food values and culture: political consumerism, labeling and certification, the science and cultural politics of food safety, values driving regulation of genetically modified foods and potential coexistence of GMOs, and organic and conventional crops. The fifth and final section looks at frontiers of global contentions: rival transnational advocacy networks, social movements for organic farming, the who and why of international land grabbing, junctures of cosmopolitan and local food narratives, the "supermarket revolution" and the international agrifood industry in low-income countries, and politics of knowledge in agricultural futures.

Nutrition for Enlightened Parenting

Author : Marie-Laure Valandro
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In Nutrition for Enlightened Parenting, Marie-Laure Valandro draws on her deep study of Rudolf Steiner and Spiritual Science, as well as on the works of Rudolf Hauschka and Karl König, attempting to bring greater consciousness to one of life’s most common and vital activities—eating. Food can be the object of instinct, desire, obsession, and even fear. We all want to be healthy in body and soul, and gaining increased awareness of what we prepare and put into our body can become a powerful path toward heightened consciousness. It is one key to taking charge of our life and determining our destiny. Through such an initiation, we can gain the power to read the great Book of Nature through the foods we eat, discovering what stands behind those substances—the spiritual within the material. Marie-Laure Valandro uses personal stories, words of wisdom from modern spiritual teachers, and observations while traveling the world. She presents an organic picture of how we can take charge of our day-to-day nutrition and become more aware of ourselves and the world around us.

A Commentary on the New Testament

Author : Lucius Robinson Paige
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Enlightened Weight Loss

Author : Linda Evans
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In Enlightened Weight Loss, Linda Evans, international speaker, seminar leader, and self-awareness coach, guides readers through her heart-centered and eye-opening 9-step ENLIGHTEN Process. Through using the simple ENLIGHTEN Process, readers gain clarity on the core issues at the heart of their weight-loss struggles, allowing them to finally change their sabotaging dieting patterns forever and to break free of the weight that has been holding them back—in body, mind, and spirit. Linda helps those struggling with weight loss: Get to the heart of their habitual behaviors around food and dieting Gain insight into their emotional eating time-bombs and how to diffuse them Expose their inner saboteurs that keep them from getting and staying thin Reset their internal satiety and food enjoyment meter Enlightened Weight Loss teaches readers to find harmony with their daily food choices and comfort within their body as they make lasting emotional and physical changes at the cellular level, lightening their body—and life—from the inside out.

Enlightened Monks

Author : Ulrich L. Lehner
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A revisionist account of the effects of the Enlightenment process on German Benedictines which contributes to a better understanding not only of monastic culture in Central Europe, but also of Catholic religious culture in general.

The Enlightened Caregiver

Author : Tanna Marshall
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Tanna Marshall has created a helpful, compassionate guide that provides holistic care for caregivers and their loved ones, including tips and resources to maintain health in body, mind, and spirit, all based on the author's personal experience as her mother's full-time caregiver. The emphasis is on the caregiver and their self-care, with guidance for providing full-time care for a loved one while maintaining a balanced life.

Enlightened Eating for Better Health

Author : June Alpert
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