Eat It Anyway - Fight the Food Fads, Beat Anxiety and Eat in Peace (lydbok) av Eve Simmons and Laura Dennison
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291,-
'One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.' - Virginia Woolf. The definition of 'healthy eating' has been chewed up, spat out and re-digested enough times to make Joe Public give up and seek out their nearest branch of McDonald's. Our mindless obsession with eating 'right' is such that we're now more concerned about what our Instagram followers think of a poorly lit picture of our dinner than we are of its effect on our own palate. Or, indeed, our happiness. We s…
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Undertittel Fight the Food Fads, Beat Anxiety and Eat in Peace
Forfattere Eve Simmons and Laura Dennison (forfatter), Eve Simmons and Laura Dennison (oppleser), Laura Kirman (oppleser), Oliver J. Hembrough (oppleser)
Utgitt 20 februar 2019
Lengde 8:42
Sjanger Dokumentar og fakta, Politikk og samfunn, Hobby og fritid, Mat og drikke
Språk English
Format mp3
DRM-beskyttelse App-only
ISBN 9781784726119
'One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.' - Virginia Woolf. The definition of 'healthy eating' has been chewed up, spat out and re-digested enough times to make Joe Public give up and seek out their nearest branch of McDonald's. Our mindless obsession with eating 'right' is such that we're now more concerned about what our Instagram followers think of a poorly lit picture of our dinner than we are of its effect on our own palate. Or, indeed, our happiness. We seem to be living in a time where we no longer eat with our hearts, emotions or heritage - but with what our waistlines (and followers) in mind. Not Plant Based are on a mission to help you love food again. The principle is very simple: eat what you like and don't worry about it. It's a menu that's especially delicious, 'guilt-free' and requires a hell of a lot less money spent in health food shops. Throughout the book, Laura and Eve call on experts to debunk myths and provide a balanced exploration of our attitude towards food, with some delicious recipes thrown in along the way. They discuss their own experiences of eating disorders and offer personal tips and coping mechanisms to help rid you of anxiety linked to food. No one is saying healthy eating is bad; there is simply a lot of misleading information out there. More to the point, food is so much more in the grand scheme of life than health: it's family, friends, enjoyment and memories. So go on, take a bite out of Eat It Anyway and learn to love your food all over again. It's SO mouth-wateringly good - we bet you'll be back for seconds. (p) 2019 Octopus Publishing Group