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eBook Natural Eating : Eating in Harmony with Our Genetic Programming ePub

by Geoff Bond

eBook Natural Eating : Eating in Harmony with Our Genetic Programming ePub
Author: Geoff Bond
Language: English
ISBN: 1580000541
ISBN13: 978-1580000543
Publisher: Griffin Pub Group; 1st edition (March 1, 2000)
Pages: 240
Category: Cooking by Ingredient
Subcategory: Food, Drinks
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 760
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ePub file: 1161 kb
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The "bible" to the Natural Eating precepts as developed by Nutritional Anthropologist, Geoff Bond. His book took me back to the very beginning. Within those 234 pages I learned about the evolution of our species in terms of our diet and our health

The "bible" to the Natural Eating precepts as developed by Nutritional Anthropologist, Geoff Bond. Other works in the Natural Eating System are: Natural Eating's Healthy Cooking with the Bond Girl (ISBN 712852-3-3) and The Introductory Guide to Natural Eating (ISBN 712852-3-3). Check out all works in the series by "Geoff Bond". Within those 234 pages I learned about the evolution of our species in terms of our diet and our health. I learned that if we continue to eat the way we are doing soon we may find ourselves on the endangered species list. And for myself I learned Natural Eating also means Natural Healing.

Geoff Bond's book "Natural Eating" surprises us by questioning many fondly held beliefs. Natural Eating gives us the tools to see the truth clearly. It all becomes simple when we make our decisions based on the knowledge of what it means to be a human being

Geoff Bond's book "Natural Eating" surprises us by questioning many fondly held beliefs. Human beings have forgotten how they should be feeding themselves. It all becomes simple when we make our decisions based on the knowledge of what it means to be a human being. We now know the origins of the human species, its ideal feeding pattern and how we can emulate this in today's world. There are many surprises.

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While Bond (Natural Eating: Nutritional Anthropology-Eating in Harmony with Our Genetic Programming) holds a physical science degree and completed postgraduate professional qualifications in applied. Tam incelemeyi okuyun. Yazar hakkında (2007). Geoff Bond graduated with honors in applied sciences from London University. He spent his early career living and working in remote African villages, where he widened his studies in anthropology, biochemistry, and evolutionary human development

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We aim to show you accurate product information. Natural Eating: Nutritional Anthropology - Eating in Harmony with Our Genetic Programming Geoff Bond's book "Natural Eating" surprises us by questioning many fondly held beliefs. Bond Effect Publications.

Nutritional Anthropology™: Eating in Harmony with our Genetic Heritage . Humans are creatures that are genetically programmed to be very tribal and territorial. Printed and published by Natural Eating LLC. Related documents.

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Natural Eating : Nutritional Anthropology: Eating in Harmony with Our Genetic Programming. Natural Eating is about realizing your full potential for good healthand prolonging youth into old age. It is not necessary to be perfect, just good enough because any move toward healthy and natural eating is beneficial. The basic premise of Natural Eating is eating in harmony with the way our bodies have been designed.

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Natural Eating is about realizing your full potential for good healthand prolonging youth into old age. It is not necessary to be perfect, just good enough because any move toward healthy and natural eating is beneficial.

The basic premise of Natural Eating is eating in harmony with the way our bodies have been designed. We are bombarded by conflicting and confusing messages competing for our attention. The Natural Eating book brings clarity by focusing on the eating patterns for which the human race is naturally adapted.

Start eating naturally and youll suddenly see a lot of things start to fall into place:

- weight loss and control - improved vitality and complexion - good digestion and intestinal health - youthfulness prolonged into old age

Healthful eating strategies are explained to favor weight loss and control diet-linked diseases such as obesity, cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis.

Gabar
Years ago I started on a raw Veg and Fruit type of diet. I didn't limit my foods, I just ate and ate but chose fresh & raw over processed and cooked foods. I discovered that I had vast improvements in my health and strenght in body and mind. I didn't know why but I read lots to try and figure it out. I like to read about food as well as eat too much of it. This book is about the best foods to eat, when and what you can mix. If you want to know why your diet isn't quite working for you, this will help you understand why and fix it yourself.

I learned that fruits should be eaten on their own but since they move fast from your stomach you can eat other things after 15 mins. Desert first? who'd have thought about that? He details foods on charts that can be a guide for you once you've, if you've, decided to follow his advice without having to read through chapters each time. He details the food you should stay away from. This was a help to me as I was able to understand why I felt so amazing on fresh vegs and fruits after feeling tired, sick and dopey for years. He also breaks down the foods into which ones are the best and which ones are ok... all are better than packaged processed foods anyway.
Pringles
Highly recommend this book.

As a social-security-collecting Grandma, and long time healthy eating enthusiast, I was still relying on my 1970's and 1980's Prevention Magazine concepts as a guide. Then I picked up 'Natural Eating', and read it cover to cover in one sitting, flipping back and forth to the index, examining the charts, checking out the bibliography. I'm now 5 days into eating like Bond, Geoff Bond, so reports that I am feeling better already are justifiably suspect.

The author presents and supports his ideas by drawing from a combination of anthropological research, clinical experiments, epistemlogical studies, his knowledge as a scientist including his own field work, his personal robust health, and anecdotal reports from some folks who embraced his advice. I was particularly fascinated by the details he presented regarding the biochemistry of digestion and found these arguments convincing. I learned a lot. I never knew that it's a struggle for your digestion to deal with protein and starch at the same time (hamburger, spaghetti and meatballs). I didn't know that it's advisable to eat fruit only on an empty stomach. I learned why it's most beneficial to exercise on an empty stomach. He makes a convincing argument that grains of all kinds are bad for humans, something that never occurred to me.

If you like charts, graphs, tables, lists and diagrams, you will like this book. The glycemic index chart was educational: mashed potatoes have the same GI (measure of insulin reaction) as a candy bar!

I am finding that this book works well as a reference, and it's easy to flip to a particular section or chart. The cross-referencing within the book is useful. The recipes are good, as are the examples of a daily eating regimen/schedule.

My only very minor criticism is that there is a lot of repetition, but then again, it isn't supposed to be literature.

And one final thought: I wonder if the planet earth is capable of producing enough fruits and vegetables to feed 7 billion people according to the precepts of this book.
Morlurne
Really good book-a lot information
Very Old Chap
Mr. Bond claims to be writing a treatise on "nutritional anthropology" and how our paleolithic ancestors ate. While some of his information is on the mark (eliminate refined sugars, white bread, etc), he lacks a basic understanding of lipids (fats and oils) and his section on Fats/Oils is horrendous and filled with errors. Like Loren Cordain and Boyd Eaton, Bond unjustifiably demonizes saturated fats and makes the outrageous claim that saturated fats cause vitamin F deficiency and that the human body is not designed to eat saturated fats. Hmmmm, considering that human breast milk is over 50% saturated fat, this statement is hard to swallow!
Despite his claim to be teaching a "paleolithic diet," Bond includes such non-paleo foods as legumes and whole grains (in measured amounts), but denounces dairy foods. Why the double-standard??
Lastly, his bibliography is extensive, but he does not have any footnotes to match the references with his claims, making it a poor work in terms of scholarship.
You're better off getting Allan and Lutz' book "Life Without Bread" if you want to learn about "native nutrition."
რฉςh
Since being diagnosed with Epilepsy 6 years ago I have devoted much of my spare time reading everything I can about health and our bodies in hopes of finding a cure for my disorder. As I would read these books, scientific abstracts, articles ranging from old folk remedies to the latest new age promises, a voice inside kept telling me to go back to the beginning. Back to the very basics of life. Before there were doctors and drug companies. Before there were fast food restaurants and big food companies. To rediscover what my body is and how it works. Look at myself as the animal as I am. And as that animal, what do I need to survive. But where do I start. The answer was to read Geoff Bond's book "Natural Eating". His book took me back to the very beginning. Within those 234 pages I learned about the evolution of our species in terms of our diet and our health. I learned that if we continue to eat the way we are doing soon we may find ourselves on the endangered species list. And for myself I learned Natural Eating also means Natural Healing. Thank you Mr. Bond.
Frei
The work of Geoff Bond stands head and shoulders above any other work I have read on the subject of proper diet. The book is incredible well researched, and very well written. More than that it contains cutting edge information that can literally save one's life. Lose weight, gain energy, enjoy eating more, live a longer and healthier life. This one is a must read!
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