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Dynamics of Nutrition

 
Title:      Dynamics of Nutrition
Categories:      Nutrition
BookID:      3
Authors:      G. Schmidt
ISBN-10(13):      0938250000
Publisher:      Bio-Dynamic Farming & Gardening
Publication date:      1982-07
Number of pages:      252
Language:      English
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Drawing on research based on Rudolf Steiner's spiritual science, this book by Gerhard Schmidt, M.D. looks at nutrition, offering a new dynamic view of man and the world — and of food as a community-building force. Concerned with the problems resulting from the modern viewpoint of nutrition and the research of modern science, this book examines the fundamental and general aspects of nutrition. Schmidt makes the case that continued healthy human development will require us to reconceptualize our understandings of nutrition, to find “a new light of consciousness to illumine our conception.”

Topics covered include:

  • Basic questions of nutrition: the expansion of nutritional research through Rudolf Steiner’s spiritual science
  • What is the purpose of nutrition?
  • General aspects of the physiology of nutrition
  • Smell and taste: spices and aromatic substances
  • Rhythm in nutrition
  • Raw and cooked foods
  • Foods-dietary substances — medicinal substances
  • Nutrition from the realm of plants, nutrition from the realm of animals
  • Nutrition and spiritual life
  • Nutrition and soul life
  • Community-building through the meal
  • The history of human nutrition
  • The development of nutrition in the age of technology: contemporary nutritional hygiene

Available from the Bio Dynamic Farming and Gardening Assn. , Rudolf Steiner College Bookstore


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Drawing on research based on Rudolf Steiner's spiritual science, this book by Gerhard Schmidt, M.D. looks at nutrition, offering a new dynamic view of man and the world - and of food as a community-building force. Concerned with the problems resulting from the modern viewpoint of nutrition and the research of modern science, this book examines the fundamental and general aspects of nutrition. Schmidt makes the case that continued healthy human development will require us to reconceptualize our understandings of nutrition, to find "a new light of consciousness to illumine our conception."
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