Herbs in NutritionBy Maria GeuterVisit our online book store to buy this bookBack to TopHerbs in NutritionBook DetailsReviewsHerbs in NutritionThe term "nutrition" in this book has a broader meaning than the normal, formal scientific and material sense of proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, etc.; it is here meant in a far wider holistic way, taking all the senses into account also the environment in which we live and how we grow our food. Yes, the way we grow our food, is of the greatest importance for our nutrition, along with where it originates, from an animal, fish, mushroom, plant, salt. For example if we take the sugar from the plant, it makes a real difference whether sugar is extracted from the root, stem, leaf, fruit or flower (honey) as to how it nourishes the human being. The sugar from root beet, feeds the head and thinking, whereas the stem and leaf cane sugar feeds the lung, circulatory system and emotions, and the fruit, flower and honey, feeds the muscles, limbs, and will, etc. The same is true of other foods. Here it can be seen how subtle and delicate these processes are, and consequently if the way the food is grown, is mineralised and filled with subtle poisons, this brings the whole plant down into a sub-root state. Then difficulties and health problems can arise when the true "nutrition" is thrown out of balance or is laced with minerals or artificials. No matter whether they enter the food on the farm and garden or in processing, preserving, colouring, flavouring or cooking to the point it enters the mouth, the food can be thrown out of balance. Even if outwardly it appears balanced, and complete.Published: 2015Publisher: Anastasi LtdISBN: 978-1-910785-05-8Author: Maria GeuterPrice: £25.00No Review Available at this timeIt is however a beautifully illustrated edition.
To Those Who CookBook DetailsReviewsA quotations from the book: …The same applies to many artificial essences or flavours that are made from cheap coal or fossil oil bye-products, which are used in an astonishing way in the manufacture of cakes, sweets, biscuits etc. When one realises that children especially eat many sweets of this kind one is not surprised at certain outcries of their soul-life which one would like to prevent. Much more could be said about such problems out of a feeling and understanding for mothers who have to educate their children and out of pedagogical reasons for the children themselves. Published:2008 Publisher:Anastasi Ltd ISBN:978-0-9553077-9-9 Price: £8.25To Those Who CookBy Maria GeuterVisit our online book store to buy this bookBack to TopThe Food We EatBook DetailsReviewsThis book covers many unusual aspects of our nutrition from considering the temperament of the cook as well as those eating the food, myths and history surrounding herbs, to a practical understanding of how to use different foods and their effect on our being, and health.Published:1995 Publisher:Anastasi Ltd ISBN: 0-9524403-3-4 Price: £8.25The Food We EatBy Maria GeuterVisit our online book store to buy this bookBack to Top
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