Author : Mark Bittman
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
ISBN : 1416578978
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 288 page

From the award-winning champion of culinary simplicity who gave us the bestselling How to Cook Everything and How to Cook Everything Vegetarian comes Food Matters, a plan for responsible eating that's as good for the planet as it is for your weight and your health. We are finally starting to acknowledge the threat carbon emissions pose to our ozone layer, but few people have focused on the extent to which our consumption of meat contributes to global warming. Think about it this way: In terms of energy consumption, serving a typical family-of-four steak dinner is the rough equivalent of driving around in an SUV for three hours while leaving all the lights on at home. Bittman offers a no-nonsense rundown on how government policy, big business marketing, and global economics influence what we choose to put on the table each evening. He demystifies buzzwords like "organic," "sustainable," and "local" and offers straightforward, budget-conscious advice that will help you make small changes that will shrink your carbon footprint -- and your waistline. Flexible, simple, and non-doctrinaire, the plan is based on hard science but gives you plenty of leeway to tailor your food choices to your lifestyle, schedule, and level of commitment. Bittman, a food writer who loves to eat and eats out frequently, lost thirty-five pounds and saw marked improvement in his blood levels by simply cutting meat and processed foods out of two of his three daily meals. But the simple truth, as he points out, is that as long as you eat more vegetables and whole grains, the result will be better health for you and for the world in which we live. Unlike most things that are virtuous and healthful, Bittman's plan doesn't involve sacrifice. From Spinach and Sweet Potato Salad with Warm Bacon Dressing to Breakfast Bread Pudding, the recipes in Food Matters are flavorful and sophisticated. A month's worth of meal plans shows you how Bittman chooses to eat and offers proof of how satisfying a mindful and responsible diet can be. Cheaper, healthier, and socially sound, Food Matters represents the future of American eating.

Author : Hanna Garth
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : U of Minnesota Press
ISBN : 9781452961941
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An in-depth look at Black food and the challenges it faces today For Black Americans, the food system is broken. When it comes to nutrition, Black consumers experience an unjust and inequitable distribution of resources. Black Food Matters examines these issues through in-depth essays that analyze how Blackness is contested through food, differing ideas of what makes our sustenance “healthy,” and Black individuals’ own beliefs about what their cuisine should be. Primarily written by nonwhite scholars, and framed through a focus on Black agency instead of deprivation, the essays here showcase Black communities fighting for the survival of their food culture. The book takes readers into the real world of Black sustenance, examining animal husbandry practices in South Carolina, the work done by the Black Panthers to ensure food equality, and Black women who are pioneering urban agriculture. These essays also explore individual and community values, the influence of history, and the ongoing struggle to meet needs and affirm Black life. A comprehensive look at Black food culture and the various forms of violence that threaten the future of this cuisine, Black Food Matters centers Blackness in a field that has too often framed Black issues through a white-centric lens, offering new ways to think about access, privilege, equity, and justice. Contributors: Adam Bledsoe, U of Minnesota; Billy Hall; Analena Hope Hassberg, California State Polytechnic U, Pomona; Yuson Jung, Wayne State U; Kimberly Kasper, Rhodes College; Tyler McCreary, Florida State U; Andrew Newman, Wayne State U; Gillian Richards-Greaves, Coastal Carolina U; Monica M. White, U of Wisconsin–Madison; Brian Williams, Mississippi State U; Judith Williams, Florida International U; Psyche Williams-Forson, U of Maryland, College Park; Willie J. Wright, Rutgers U.

Author : Paul Freedman
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Yale University Press
ISBN : 9780300253771
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An award-winning historian makes the case for food's cultural importance, stressing its crucial role throughout human history

Author : Holly Bauer
Genre :
Publisher : Bedford Books
ISBN : 1319244599
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File Download : 384 page

Food Matters explores questions about the seemingly simple concept of food: What is the purpose of food: sustenance, pleasure, health? What political, social, and cultural forces affect our food choices? What does it mean to eat ethically? How does our food system contribute to the climate crisis, and how can we make changes in our eating habits and in food production to protect the planet? What problems and possibilities will influence what the future of food? Readings by a range of essayists, scientists, journalists, farmers, activists, and ordinary citizens take up these questions and more. Questions and assignments for each selection provide a range of activities for students. The Bedford Spotlight Reader Series is an exciting line of single-theme readers, each reflecting Bedford's trademark care and quality. An editorial board of a dozen compositionists at schools with courses focusing on specific themes assists in the development of the series. Each reader collects thoughtfully chosen selections sufficient for an entire writing course--about 35 pieces--to allow instructors to provide carefully developed, high-quality instruction at an affordable price. Bedford Spotlight Readers are designed to help students from all majors make sustained inquiries from multiple perspectives, opening up topics such as gender, happiness, intelligence, language, music, science and technology, subcultures, and sustainability to critical analysis. The readers are flexibly arranged in thematic chapters, with each chapter focusing in depth on a different facet of the central topic. Instructor support at macmillanlearning.com includes sample syllabi and additional teaching resources.

Author : Carolyn A. Nadeau
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : University of Toronto Press
ISBN : 9781442637306
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File Download : 335 page

Through an inventive and original engagement with Don Quixote and other Golden Age literature, Carolyn A. Nadeau explores the shifts in Spain's cultural and gastronomic history.

Author : James Colquhoun
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Hay House, Inc
ISBN : 9781401967536
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File Download : 369 page

Clear and simple principles with 125+ gluten-free recipes for everyday healthy eating from the filmmakers of Food Matters and Hungry for Change. Are you seeking a more plant-based diet that is full of flavor and made of ingredients that are natural and easy to find? Are you struggling with bloating, digestive issues, fatigue, weight gain, or chronic illness? The good news is that research shows us that a diet free from gluten, dairy, and refined sugar can help to transform your health one meal at a time. In this well-rounded cookbook, James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch share the principles behind their popular Food Matters documentary and lifestyle brand, helping you to achieve optimal health with easy-to-make, delicious gluten-free recipes. You will discover: the 10 key Food Matters nutrition principles ways to healthify your kitchen, including essential ingredients and easy swaps delicious recipes for improved gut health, immunity, energy, and beauty simple lifestyle tips to create healthy habits and morning rituals Complete with full-color photos and easy-to-follow steps, this cookbook will provide you with the tools and motivation you need to make a new healthy lifestyle—one that will last a lifetime.

Author : Dr Pant
Genre : Cancer
Publisher : HarperCollins India
ISBN : 9390351464
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File Download : 242 page

Cancer is now the fourth leading cause of death in India. So the most pressing question today is-what are you doing to lower your risk? In Food Matters: The Role Your Diet Plays in the Fight Against Cancer, Dr Shubham Pant asks you to 'focus on the mundane solutions'. Oncologist at the MD Anderson Cancer Center, he recommends eating a good diet, staying a healthy weight and other lifestyle interventions to keep cancer at bay. Citing case studies, Dr Pant also suggests how patients diagnosed with and recovering from cancer can best manage their nutritional needs. Intensively researched and featuring simple and delicious recipes, Food Matters tells you everything that you need to know about cancer and diet.

Author : Melissa Caldwell
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN : 9781350011458
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File Download : 360 page

What is food and why does it matter? Bringing together the most innovative, cutting-edge scholarship and debates, this reader provides an excellent introduction to the rapidly growing discipline of food studies. Covering a wide range of theoretical perspectives and disciplinary approaches, it challenges common ideas about food and identifies emerging trends which will define the field for years to come. A fantastic resource for both teaching and learning, the book features: - a comprehensive introduction to the text and to each of the four parts, providing a clear, accessible overview and ensuring a coherent thematic focus throughout - 20 articles on topics that are guaranteed to engage student interest, including molecular gastronomy, lab-grown meat and other futurist foods, microbiopolitics, healthism and nutritionism, food safety, ethics, animal welfare, fair trade, and much more - discussion questions and suggestions for further reading which help readers to think further about the issues raised, reinforcing understanding and learning. Edited by Melissa L. Caldwell, one of the leaders in the field, Why Food Matters is the essential textbook for courses in food studies, anthropology of food, sociology, geography, and related subjects.

Author : Clare Llewellyn
Genre : Baby foods
Publisher : Yellow Kite
ISBN : 1473663199
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File Download : 416 page

Baby Food Matters makes feeding your child easier. This book sorts through the conflicting advice and includes practical, easy-to-follow guidance on what and how to feed your baby in those all-important first thousand days - from pregnancy to their second birthday. The quality of nutrition a child receives and the way they are fed can have a lasting impact on their future health. Dr Clare Llewellyn and Dr Hayley Syrad, both scientific leaders in this field having published over 100 scientific papers on the topic, separate the myths from the facts and draw on the very latest research to help you decide what is best for your child when it comes to developing healthy eating habits. Baby Food Matters lays out essential nutrition for all infants and toddlers, and describes ways of feeding children with varying eating styles at every crucial stage - from milk-feeding to weaning to eating with the family. Clare and Hayley debate the benefits of breast milk vs. formula milk, explain how to introduce solid foods to your child in a way that will help foster healthy food preferences, suggest strategies for managing fussy eaters and eager eaters, and offer portion size guidance. This important book will help parents make informed choices about how and what to feed their child - and reassure them each step of the way.

Author : Jillian Powell
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
Publisher : Evans Brothers
ISBN : 0237518120
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File Download : 68 page

The book is part of the Life Files series, which explores a wide range of social issues and is built around a series of key questions that focus attention on the critical aspects of the topic. Case studies are included where appropriate, and both sides of the issue are presented. The title looks at the world of food, diet and disease, eating disorders, farming, food production, and biotechnology. It examines the differences between diets in the East and West and between developed and developing countries.