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Eating healthy doesn't mean sacrificing flavor. This book gives you "Paleo with personality," and will make you excited to play in the kitchen again.
Humans food from books.google.com
For the everyday cook, dietician, food scientist, or professional chef, this revolutionary guide can help you improve your cooking by explaining the physiological power of great-tasting food!
Humans food from books.google.com
A groundbreaking new theory of evolution, "Catching Fire" offers a startlingly original argument about how we have come to be the social, intelligent, and sexual species we are today.
Humans food from books.google.com
"Read this book!" (Mark Hyman, MD, author of Food) Our relationship with food is filled with confusion and insecurity. Vegan or carnivore? Vegetarian or gluten-free? Keto or Mediterranean? Fasting or Paleo?
Humans food from books.google.com
In The Meat Question, Josh Berson argues that not only did meat not make us human, but the contemporary increase in demand for meat is driven as much by economic insecurity as by affluence.
Humans food from books.google.com
A journey to some of the Earth's most endangered people in the remote Upper Amazon ... a look at the rituals of the Bwiti cults of Gabon and Zaire ... a field watch on the eating habits of 'stoned' apes and chimpanzees - these adventures ...
Humans food from books.google.com
Future versions could also require less water or sunlight. Like humans, food is gaining technological superpowers. Last but not least, the converse is also happening, where organic foods are becoming more popular.
Humans food from books.google.com
The finding of related β-lactamase types and/or plasmid scaffolds among Enterobacteriaceae from humans and livestock in the past suggested an interspecies transfer of ESBL/ AmpC plasmids, mainly through the food chain, as possible ...
Humans food from books.google.com
In the context of humans, food preference predates our early complex societies, and was an extremely important factor in deciding which wild plants were to participate in domestication at the end of the Holocene.
Humans food from books.google.com
EFSA has published several opinions related to nanomaterials, and in 2018 they published a new 'Guidance on risk assessment of the application of nanoscience and nanotechnologies in the food and feed chain: Part 1, human and animal ...