Joshua Rosenthal



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Integrative Nutrition: Feed...

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The Power of Primary Food: ...

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The Integrative Nutrition J...

4.29 avg rating — 41 ratings — published 2006 — 3 editions
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The Integrative Nutrition C...

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The Power of Serendipity: T...

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The Energy Balance Diet

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Integrative Nutrition: A Wh...

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The Institute for Integrati...

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Crack the Code on Cravings:...

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“We can, and must, develop dialogue and relatedness with our body because it’s talking to us all the time. And please remember, your body loves you. It does everything it can to keep you alive and functioning. You can feed it garbage, and it will take it and digest it for you. You can deprive it of sleep, but still it gets you up and running next morning. You can drink too much alcohol, and it will eliminate it from your system. It loves you unconditionally and does its best to allow you to live the life you came here for. The real issue in this relationship is not whether your body loves you, but whether you love your body. In any relationship, if one partner is loving, faithful and supportive, it’s easy for the other to take that person for granted. That’s what most of us do with our bodies. It is time for you to shift this, and working to understand your cravings is one of the best places to begin. Then you can build a mutually loving relationship with your own body.”
Joshua Rosenthal, Integrative Nutrition: Feed Your Hunger for Health and Happiness

“Originally, all foods were “organic”—grown without synthetic pesticides, herbicides, chemical fertilizers or hormones. Large-scale farming with chemicals began around World War II, around the same time that food processing exploded. Large-scale farming works against the natural cycles of the earth, relying on chemicals to produce big returns. This process has depleted much of the world’s soil of its minerals and nutrients. The resulting vegetable and animal foods are not only deficient in nutrients, but they are also full of pollutants and agrochemicals.”
Joshua Rosenthal, Integrative Nutrition (Third Edition): Feed Your Hunger for Health and Happiness



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