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Healing with Whole Foods by Paul Pitchford
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Oct 01, 2011

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This is a daunting book filled with enough information to last you a lifetime. It needs a "quick start guide" or something at the beginning that gives a very useable understanding of how to use the book. The tone of the book is dry and heavy, which makes it less accessible than it needs to be. It does have some fascinating information. I found the section on Enjoying Food to be very interesting and helpful, although it didn't seem to be much about actually enjoying food. :-)

The author sets down his ideas as law, as the one way to see things. I can see why he has this viewpoint, but I guess I take a different view on the place of food and eating in the context of life and healing than he does.

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