How to Eat

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About the author:
Monica P. Castaneda learned to cook at the age of 24, when her husband-to-be Marco signed her up for cooking lessons at the health food school The Art of Living. (Best investment he ever made, he says.)

Monica holds a degree in Architecture and she practices and teaches Feng Shui (www.fengshuiforus.com). She is very passionate about food and nutrition and takes very seriously her role and responsibility in providing her family with delicious and healthy meals.

Dr. Marco E. Castaneda (a.k.a. Dr. C) is a Chiropractor graduated in 2005 from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. Dr. C. has practiced Chiropractic in Knoxville, TN since 2006.

He has had a lifetime interest health and fitness, and has practiced Olympic (WTF) and traditional (ITF) Tae Kwon Do, Kickboxing, Judo and Jiu-Jitsu for over twenty years. He is also a personal fitness trainer and has helped many people achieve their fitness goals. Professionally, his biggest passion is helping people understand and be free from subluxations, so they can express life to their fullest potential.

How to Eat
 

To Be Healthy in the United States

Authored by Monica P. Castaneda, Marco E. Castaneda
Edition: 1

Monica and Marco Castaneda met at a health food restaurant where they often ate lunch. This health food restaurant was part of a school called the Art of Living, and offered classes in healthy food preparations, as well as a healthy lifestyle that regarded physical, emotional and mental nutrition as essential aspects of a healthy life.

During their time participating in the events organized by this school they saw many people heal from a number of health conditions, while making no other changes than in their nutrition.

Marco was born in the United States, and Monica in Ecuador, South America. The Art of Living School was in Quito, Ecuador. When they moved to live in the United States as a young married couple, even though they knew well "how to eat" within a culture that holds cooking and family meals as a high cultural value, it was hard to translate those values for the United States, where most people seemed to be overworked and stressed out, and where eating "junk" foods was becoming the norm.

After almost two decades of living together in the United States, Marco and Monica decided to write a book to share how they have managed to eat in order to be healthy in this country - even with the challenges of busier lifestyles and seemingly less time to prepare healthy foods. Their conclusions about nutrition can be summarized in four "R" words:

Remove
Replace
Reduce
Replenish

This book is not about lecturing people into eating in any particular way, but rather it is a comprehensive guide that helps people see where they are on their path to healthy eating, and then make the small changes that lead to improvement.


Publication Date:
2013-03-04
ISBN/EAN13:
1482093561 / 9781482093568
Page Count:
178
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Health & Fitness / Food Content Guides




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