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Harvest for Hope: A Guide to Mindful Eating (English Edition) von [Goodall, Jane, McAvoy, Gary, Hudson, Gail]
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World-renowned scientist and conservationist Jane Goodall earned her fame by studying chimpanzee feeding habits. But in Harvest for Hope, she scrutinizes human eating behaviors, and the colossal food industries that force-feed some cultures' self-destructive habits for mass consumption. It's an unsustainable lifestyle that Goodall argues must change immediately, beginning--not ironically--at a grassroots level.

Looping personal anecdotes from 40 years of global travels with stories from noble farmer Davids and corporate Goliaths, Goodall methodically builds her case for shopping organic and living modestly. Mustering a tender gumption, she details the vicious cycle of pesticide-ridden and genetically engineered crops which feed the unknowing majority of consumers; and also feed the antibiotic-treated animals that provide these folks with inexpensive entrees. Leaving nasty slaughterhouse scenes to less tactful pens, Goodall focuses more on the product of "factory farming" techniques: mountains of waste, nutritionally depleted soil, polluted water, displaced organic farmers, and severely compromised food.

Hope springs from positive sources: Edible Schoolyard programs in the U.K. and U.S., parents breaking their schools' "unholy alliance" with fast food chains and soft drink companies, a steady rise in organic purchases. Goodall offers many suggestions for rallying others, exercising one's own consumer powers, and just plain eating less meat. Conservationists might say this information is nothing new, which might explain why Goodall provides only tertiary references to her many statistics and facts. But for those who prefer that their own eating habits be stirred--not shaken--into question, the kindly Chimpanzee Lady provides the gentle touch required. --Liane Thomas

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World-renowned scientist and conservationist Jane Goodall earned her fame by studying chimpanzee feeding habits. But in Harvest for Hope, she scrutinizes human eating behaviors, and the colossal food industries that force-feed some cultures' self-destructive habits for mass consumption. It's an unsustainable lifestyle that Goodall argues must change immediately, beginning--not ironically--at a grassroots level.

Looping personal anecdotes from 40 years of global travels with stories from noble farmer Davids and corporate Goliaths, Goodall methodically builds her case for shopping organic and living modestly. Mustering a tender gumption, she details the vicious cycle of pesticide-ridden and genetically engineered crops which feed the unknowing majority of consumers; and also feed the antibiotic-treated animals that provide these folks with inexpensive entrees. Leaving nasty slaughterhouse scenes to less tactful pens, Goodall focuses more on the product of "factory farming" techniques: mountains of waste, nutritionally depleted soil, polluted water, displaced organic farmers, and severely compromised food.

Hope springs from positive sources: Edible Schoolyard programs in the U.K. and U.S., parents breaking their schools' "unholy alliance" with fast food chains and soft drink companies, a steady rise in organic purchases. Goodall offers many suggestions for rallying others, exercising one's own consumer powers, and just plain eating less meat. Conservationists might say this information is nothing new, which might explain why Goodall provides only tertiary references to her many statistics and facts. But for those who prefer that their own eating habits be stirred--not shaken--into question, the kindly Chimpanzee Lady provides the gentle touch required. --Liane Thomas


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 768 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 321 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 0446533629
  • Verlag: Grand Central Publishing (1. November 2005)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00FOTR8RU
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Von Rosa Frei am 8. September 2015
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Mindful eating starts first with educating yourself about food. This book is a fabulous book to educate yourself and to rise awareness on the food crises on our planet. Then it has to be continued by mindful shopping until it becomes really mindful eating. As a famous saying goes "You are what you eat". There isn't a shortage of food on our planet, but we have the wrong foods and in the wrong place. Jan Goodall describes all aspects of what is going wrong today. From over-farming and unhealthy mono-cultures to over fishing the sea, to genetically manipulated foods to the big international companies who have only one goal - to increase power and money. We just have to look around us and see the high rate of obesity and people with eating disorder to realise, that something is really wrong with our food. I recommend this book to anybody who wants to know what is going on - it should be recommended reading in schools!
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Jane Goodall erzählt in diesem Buch von ihren vielen Reisen und welche Erfahrungen sie dadurch sammeln konnte. Sie zeigt auf, was in Zukunft anders laufen muss, damit wir auf diesem Planet noch eine Weile weiterleben können.

Bio-Produkte bzw. Lebensmittel von Bauern aus der Umgebung, die ihren Job aus Überzeugung und nicht aus reiner Profitgier ausüben, hält sie für einen sehr wichtigen Faktor. "Bio-Boom" im Supermarkt macht diese Lebensmittel zwar für mehr Menschen zugänglich, aber wenn dahinter wieder große Firmen stehen, die mit Monokulturen ihren Profit maximieren wollen, hat auch dies einen Beigeschmack.

Sehr interessant ist, dass Bauern, die auf Bio umstellen und durch sinnvolle Fruchtfolge erhebliche Produktionssteigerungen erzielen können.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen I love Jane Goodall and her kindness for all living beings ... 9. August 2014
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If you are interested in how your way to eat cause a positive ( or negative) impact not only in your health but in your town, ecosystem, ethic, care of animals and wild life, THIS is your book. I love Jane Goodall and her kindness for all living beings and how she explains the way the good things are connected and interrelated.She pushes you while you read her book to make a difference improving a little more the word. Thank you, Jane.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen An eye opening must read 7. Januar 2014
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Well written and informative (often frighteningly so) this book offers not just the negative but provides solutions to the problems facing our planet today. One of the things I most appreciated was the humorous vignettes sprinkled throughout. This is not a dry read but a pleasure. Her conclusions are well supported with established facts.
I've considered myself to be fairly well educated when it comes to environmental issues and adhering to ethical eating habits and this book extended that education.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Change Your Life 14. Februar 2012
Von Tanya Priest - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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My husband and I were huge meat eaters. We were completely oblivious to factory farming and the damaging effects of meat eating on the planet. This book changed our lives. Our eyes have opened. After first listening to this book on audio cd and then reading other similar works we can proudly say that we haven't contributed to the problem in years. And, now we buy this book and give it to everyone we love for their birthdays! Thank you Jane Goodall for inspiring us to be the change that we want to see in the world and for saving our health in the process.
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As most of us I have always thought of Jane Goodall as the "Ape Lady" and I was interested to see what she had to say about eating. I saw an advertisement for this book in a magazine I subscribe to and thought it would be a good read as I began my transition from carnivore to herbivore. I became a vegan recently not because I was overly concerned about fuzzy little animals, but because I wanted to take long term control of my health. After reading Ms. Goodall's book I'm now concerned about the fuzzy little animals. Previous to reading this book I did want my food to be "organic", but I wasn't concerned whether I was eating Round-up Ready corn or not nor what the possible loop holes in the deifinion of organic are. Ms. Goodall's book really opened my eyes to issues that I had never thought about and how I can have an impact at my local market. In the future, I will buy my seasonal fruits and veggies from local farmers. She taught me ways that I can have an impact and make a difference on the future generations. Overall, this book was very insightful, easy to read, and I highly recommended it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen a life changing book 10. Mai 2014
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This book changed my life. I had been a vegetarian for many years, but now eat local and organic as much as possible, and only dairy products from pasture raised cows. Learning the truth about how farm animals are raised made me want to cry and to join efforts to better their conditions. I now belong to a community sponsored agriculture program and have the freshest and best produce ever!
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