Andreas skriver på ett lätt och begripligt språk och redovisar både officiella siffror, genomfår interEn intressant och ögonöppnande bok om matsvinn.
Andreas skriver på ett lätt och begripligt språk och redovisar både officiella siffror, genomfår intervjuer med forskare och butiksägare samtidigt som han berättar om sina personliga erfarenheter av dumpstring och vilka frågeställningar och tankar som det väcker i Andreas att så mycket mat slängs, helt i onödan.
Han problematiserar över butikers inköp, EU's regler gäller mat, bäst före datum, urgrallring av mat som sker i många olika led, frågar sig om ekologiskt i längden är bättre för miljön och lyfter upp olika företag och rörelser som börjar uppmärksamma svinnandet.
Jag är intresserad av miljö och sustainability, men har inte läst något om dumpstring eller om matbutiker och matsidan av problemet så mycket. Nog blev jag intresserad av dumpstring och kommer nog utforska det lite vidare, även om jag är tveksam att mina lokala butiker inte skyddar och låser in det som ska slängas.
This is a fanfic from Harry Potter, focusing on the Golden Trio era. In this slight AU story the wizards and witches of Hogwarts and the Wizarding worThis is a fanfic from Harry Potter, focusing on the Golden Trio era. In this slight AU story the wizards and witches of Hogwarts and the Wizarding world has something called Mmail - magic emails. The story revolves around Fred and George Weasley during a magical, binding Truth or Dare lost a bet so the whole Gryffindor Quidditch team have to played their upcoming match against Slytherin naked.
I think that most of the stuff is quite out of character. I don't think any of them act, write or respond in the way they ought to. That said, it was fun following the mmail interactions and I liked how forward and assure Ginny was portrayed.
It was a nice past-time to read this story, and it has been such a long time since I read any kind of fan fiction that the humour and nostalgia made me award the story with a 3 star. ...more
Erika is the co-owner of a raw café and a restaurant in Göteborg/Gothenburg. In this book, full of tempting photographs and laid back writing style, EErika is the co-owner of a raw café and a restaurant in Göteborg/Gothenburg. In this book, full of tempting photographs and laid back writing style, Erika shares a variety of recipes for breakfasts and snacks, dinners, bread and desserts - all vegan, some raw. ...more
Good introduction into the world of Raw Food. Amdisen introduces Raw Food and give points to why one should consider eating this way and points out boGood introduction into the world of Raw Food. Amdisen introduces Raw Food and give points to why one should consider eating this way and points out both health benefits as well as environment benefits. She includes personal stories of people eating this way and how it has affected their lives.
Amdisen then introduces a 2 week meal plan with recipes. The book ends with more recipes in the like of juices and deserts.
I thought it was a good introduction and it seemed well researched, to prove the benefits of Raw Food. Amidsen doesn't provide any research that may disprove of this diet. I am curious enough that i want to find out more about this way of eating, and to see if I can combine this with the food allergies that I have. ...more
Quite fitting that I finished the book just when I finally am about to get physiotherapy to aid my recovery.
The book is about how the brain benefitsQuite fitting that I finished the book just when I finally am about to get physiotherapy to aid my recovery.
The book is about how the brain benefits from exercise - particularly fitness training like running or walking. It's a popular science book so Hansen describes in easy terms and wording what science, biology and evolution says about how and why the brain benefits from exercise.
Hansen describes personal stories from his patiens as well, about a woman that came to the hospital really stressed out and how she got better just by exercising. Hansen does make a point that he doesn't dismiss medicine but that he thinks exercise is a major key point. To further his point he adds in evolution, and how the brain is wired to like running and moving about because the brain then thinks that you are out hunting for food and want to encourage that by making you feel great running.
Maybe the book is a bit too sugary and raises exercises to the sky - are there scientists, results and discussions that doesn't agree on this? Hansen doesn't tell. I mean, there's no secret that exercise is good, and that it can help depression, strengthen you mentally, perhaps help against other diseases. But is exercise such a big curer all on it's own?
I don't know. It was an interesting, easy read though, and food for thought and hopefully a good motivator to get better with exercise. ...more