The Art of Healing

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Eat Like The Animals

by David Raubenheimer and Stephen J. Simpson

ixing a nutritionally balanced diet, with a precise ratio of protein to fats and carbohydrate, seems daunting, but animals, from apes to cockroaches, manage it instinctively. It all comes down to the essential role of appetite to communicate the body’s needs to the brain. Humans have this ability too, but our appetites have been hijacked in the modern food environment, causing obesity and the serious diseases that come with it. Raubenheimer and Simpson have been studying appetites they take us on a journey from jungle to laboratory and back to our own kitchens to understand how and why we eat, how appetites are fed and regulated, and how in the end, it all comes back to protein.

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