Lifefood Recipe Book: Living on Life Force

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North Atlantic Books, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 276 pages
Life force foods are those found wild in nature and served uncooked. A life force diet is vegetarian, and mainly vegan, congruent with the philosophy that good food choices promote a sustainable future on the planet. This book applies life food principles to daily life. The authors explain how the LifeFood diet can strengthen the mind and body, and show how to make lotions, tinctures, and potions with food. With illustrations throughout and over 150 easy to follow recipes to maximize health and well being, this book features such dishes as Aztec Quiche, Emerald Broccoli Soup, Spicy Ginger Tofu, and Pina Colada Cookies.

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I feel sorry for people who THINK they know it all.... It amazes me how smart they believe they are in some of these posts! This book is a Life Saver... People who dare to even put it down are MISSING OUT! You snooze, you lose!

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I read only one line of this book on the Google Books preview but this was enough to tell me that this book is entirely bogus. It says that in the wild snakes do not use enzymes, or "sacrifice enzymes from their own body" as the author puts it, to digest food and it is, in fact, the enzymes from the mouse's own body which break it down. This is such a blatently untrue statement, it guiles me that such things are allowed into print. For the record, snake venom is a digestive enzyme that evolved from the types of digestive enzymes produced in the pancreas of all snakes (see: Venom Toxins: Plausible Evolution from Digestive Enzymes, by Elazar Kochva, Ora Nakar and Michael Ovadia (1983)). If the authors are wrong on such a basic point of biology, what faith can we put in their work? i propose: none  

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About the author (2003)

Annie Jubb and Dr. David Jubb have authored nine books together, including LifeFood Recipe Book, along with five training manuals for their Whole Brain Functioning adventure-based learning program taught at retreats and lectures throughout the 1980s and '90s. The Jubbs maintain private practices in New York City and Los Angeles.

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