Eating Traditional Food

Author: Brigitte Sebastia
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 131728593X
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This book demonstrates that traditionality as attributed to foods goes beyond the notions of heritage and authenticity under which it is commonly formulated.

Eating And Healing

Author: Andrea Pieroni
Publisher: Haworth Press
ISBN: 9781560229834
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This book bridges the scientific disciplines of medicine, food science, human ecology, and environmental sciences with their ethno-scientific counterparts of ethnobotany, ethnoecology, and ethnomedicine to provide a valuable ...

Eat Right

Author: Nick Barnard
ISBN: 9780857832931
Size: 72.50 MB
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This fascinating book will show you how to find true nourishment and pleasure in the discovery, preparation and eating of real food and drink.

Eating Soulfully And Healthfully With Diabetes

Author: Constance Brown-Riggs
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595380514
Size: 61.66 MB
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However, you might have to rethink some of your current eating behaviors and
improve your food choices. The principles of healthy eating for the person with
diabetes are the same as for the general population. And if you eat traditional
Soul, Caribbean, or Creole food, you'll be happy to know that many traditional
dishes like beans, peas, lentils, and dark green vegetables such as collard
greens, cabbage, spinach, and turnip greens can be eaten as well. They are high
in fiber, ...

Health Transitions In Arctic Populations

Author: Peter Bjerregaard
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442691190
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For many indigenous peoples in the Arctic, the traditional diet is not only a way of
obtaining the necessary nutrients but it is also a social and cultural issue. For
example, many Inuit feel that it is only the traditional diet of sea mammals and
caribou that is sufficiently filling and able to keep them warm. More important,
eating traditional food creates a sense of being Inuit and of adhering to the old
values. Furthermore, it is a social act to eat traditional food together, which is
comparable to ...

Eating The Landscape

Author: Enrique Salmón
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
ISBN: 0816599564
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Traversing a range of cultures, including the Tohono O’odham of the Sonoran Desert and the Rarámuri of the Sierra Tarahumara, the book is an illuminating journey through the southwest United States and northern Mexico.

The Nourished Kitchen

Author: Jennifer McGruther
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
ISBN: 1607744694
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In The Nourished Kitchen, Jennifer McGruther guides you through her traditional foods kitchen and offers more than 160 recipes inspired by the seasons, land, and waters around her.

The Tao Of Healthy Eating

Author: Bob Flaws
Publisher: Blue Poppy Enterprises, Inc.
ISBN: 9780936185927
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That is not to say there are no food allergies but that TCM does not categorize the
signs and symptoms of such allergies as a distinct disease. In part this is because
, in my experience, Chinese are far less prone to food allergies than Westerners. I
believe this is so, exactly because traditional Chinese dietary sense is so much
better in general than contemporary Western dietary sense. Most Chinese know
more about the good and bad effects of food and know better how to eat healthily

Eating Culture

Author: Gillian Crowther
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442604654
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The door chimed shut behind us, and we walked back to the village along the
beach, with the plastic bag of leftovers rip- pling in the ocean breeze. As I look
back on this meal now, I reflect on the leftover memories ofwhat I learned about
Haida culture through food—and while this meal was marked as “Chinese” food it
was part of the local community's eating culture, and part of a wider sense of
Canadian culture. The Haida do eat their traditional foods, such as salmon,
halibut, razor ...

Multicultural Handbook Of Food Nutrition And Dietetics

Author: Aruna Thaker
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1405173580
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Northerners eat more cereals while southerners eat more tubers. Traditional food
patterns are interwoven with the culture. They are a response of individuals or
groups to social and cultural pressures in selecting Table 6.1.4 Traditional
Nigerian foods and healthier alternatives Table 6.1.4. West Africa 251.