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Food Sex And You

Author: Stacey Gorlicky
Publisher: Dundurn
ISBN: 1459734440
Size: 19.49 MB
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A look at our relationship with food and sex, what happens when we become too dependent on either, and how to start recovering. The need for food and the desire for sex are powerful forces, so powerful they can turn our bodies into battle grounds. Bingeing, exercising to exhaustion, even entering repeatedly into unhealthy relationships — these are all addictive behaviours and symptoms of our body-obsessed world. In Food, Sex & You, psychotherapist and recovered food addict Stacey Gorlicky will set you on a course to achieving full body acceptance and help you leave body obsession behind. By sharing her personal journey and the stories of her clients, Stacey demonstrates how your attitude toward your body and your relationship with food and sex have been shaped by your upbringing, past traumatic experiences, and societal pressures. She then provides an action plan that will help you to sort out your feelings and behaviours surrounding food, allowing you to gain control of your eating. Feel good about food. Feel great about sex. Embrace the new you.

Food You

Author: Lynda Madison
Publisher: Amer Girl Pub
ISBN: 9781593694159
Size: 48.99 MB
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A guide to good nutrition discusses the Food Guide Pyramid and the importance of exercise in a healthy lifestyle, makes suggestions for healthy alternatives in snacks and meals, and answers questions about diet and food habits.

Food And Social Media

Author: Signe Rousseau
Publisher: Rowman Altamira
ISBN: 0759120420
Size: 24.39 MB
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Social media has been a factor in the explosion of interest in food and democratization of food criticism, and this book explains and critique the phenomena and key issues in a lively and anecdotal manner that will appeal to scholars and the interested general public alike.

World Food And You

Author: Nan Unklesbay
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781560220107
Size: 51.43 MB
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Focusing on the vast realm of world food production, this book looks at the science behind agricultural production, processing and consumption, considering even wildlife and insects and human nutrition as well. Political, economic and other related issues are also discussed.

Food And You

Author: Marjolijn Bijlefeld
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313311086
Size: 25.36 MB
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Find answers to your food, body and health questions in this guide to understanding the fundamentals of good nutrition and its partner for optimum health--exercise.

Love Food That Loves You Back

Author: Dorothy Holtermann
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780692426821
Size: 34.75 MB
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Love Food that Loves You Back is a book based on Dorothy Holtermann's personal experience of: Successfully losing 70lbs. Lovingly reclaiming her health and happiness. Eliminating a ten-year dependence on prescription drugs to manage anxiety, depression and insomnia. Dorothy Holtermann's previously privileged life disintegrated after both of her residences were subject to unforeseen disasters: 9/11 at Battery Park City, Manhattan and Hurricane Katrina at Seaside, Florida. Consequently, for the next decade she suffered from anxiety, depression, obesity and insomnia and became addicted to the drugs to treat these debilitating conditions. Dorothy's wake-up call came when her doctor told her "You are not going to live your life span!" and offered her a single simple solution in the form of a calorie book. After discounting the calorie counting approach, Dorothy experienced a transformation in her health and wellbeing by exploring delicious foods that fed her body, mind and spirit. Loving the food that loved her back fueled a new life of loving self-care, better relationships, a new career, and an astonishing revelation of life's true purpose. If Dorothy can do it, you certainly can do it too. "Dorothy's extensive nutritional knowledge will contribute significantly to enhancing the longevity of our species." - Dr. Cliff Inkles, DC NYC "With her beautiful courageous heart, Dorothy is a force in the evolution of growth and healing." - Dr. Adam Turner, MD "Dorothy possesses a deep knowledge of a wide array of healing modalities to bring about the restoration of body, mind, heart, and soul." - Tom Monte, Bestselling Author Find Dorothy at www.nurturenaturenutrition.com

Voices Of The Food Revolution

Author: Robbins, John
Publisher: Conari Press
ISBN: 1573246247
Size: 32.50 MB
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Did you know that: More than 80% of the foods you eat in restaurants and buy at supermarkets contain genetically engineered ingredients, and that these ingredients have been linked to toxic and allergic reactions in people; sickness, sterility, and fatalities in livestock; and damage to virtually every organ studied in lab animals?If you don't count French fries, ketchup or pizza as vegetables, more than half of Americans eat no vegetables at all?Cows raised for meat are impacting our climate more than cars?It’s possible to be a positive food revolutionary without sounding like a self-righteous nag? Join John and Ocean Robbins for 21 intimate, game-changing conversations with some of the world’s leading “food revolutionaries”: scientists, doctors, teachers, farmers, economists, activists, and nutritionists working on food issues today. Introduced and with commentary by John Robbins and his son Ocean, the book features luminaries such as: Dean Ornish, MD, on his years-in-the-making breakthrough with Medicare (his program for healing heart disease is now covered)Kathy Freston on making incremental, manageable changes to how we eatT. Colin Campbell, PhD, (author of the famed China Study) with the latest research on animal protein and human healthJoel Fuhrman, MD (author of the bestselling Eat to Live), on achieving excellent health through dietCaldwell Esselstyn, MD, of the Cleveland Clinic on wiping out heart disease by changing what we eatVandana Shiva, PhD, on GMOs and Big AgRory Freedman on how to stop eating misery and start looking fabulousRaj Patel on building a saner global food policy Each contributor discusses his or her work in depth, but together they make one rallying cry: for a healthy, sustainable, humane, and delicious revolution in how we and the world are fed. Over twenty-five years ago John Robbins started a revolution. This book is proof of how far we’ve come, a fascinating look behind the scenes of the multi-faceted food movement, and a call to join in the work of ensuring our health and food future.

Juggling Food And Feelings

Author: Mary Lizabeth Gatta
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 9780739103098
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In Juggling Food and Feelings Mary Gatta applies social and structuration theory to the workplace as she analyzes the emotional challenges faced by restaurant workers. Gatta utilizes extensive participatory observation of, and interviews with, restaurant managers and servers to explore how workers deal with emotional experience in the workplace. Positing that we ordinarily maintain an emotional balance, Gatta theorizes that our ability to cope with emotional disturbances in the workplace depends on situated rebalancing "scripts" used to control feelings. Contributing to the sociology of gender, social psychology, and labor theory this study of occupations expertly reveals the complex typology of emotion management.