Eat More Raw : A Guide to Health and Sustainability
Eat More Raw will help you with all the basics of eating and growing more raw foods, and addresses both personal and planetary health. Steve Charter presents the practicalities, philosophy and nutritional facts about raw foods. He describes how to live a low impact lifestyle in harmony with nature and ourselves; how to grow our own food indoors and out; permaculture design; how to forage wild foods for free; and exciting recipes for healthy eating. There's plenty of inspiration here for everyone seeking to live a healthier, more ecological and happier life. So take responsibility for your own health, and reduce your dependency on the global food processing, packaging, and the drug and illness industries. With a smile on your face, and friends by your side, join the raw revolution now!
- Paperback | 192 pages
- 148 x 206 x 12mm | 439.99g
- 07 May 2004
- Hyden House Ltd
- Permanent Publications
- East Meon, Hants, United Kingdom
- 19 b/w
In Eat More Raw, we have the most vital book ever written on healthful sustainable living. For anyone with interests in social reform, world peace, healthcare solutions and planetary regeneration, a read of Eat More Raw will inspire positive radical action because it speaks plain sense. David Klein, publisher of Living Nutrition magazine
About Steve Charter
Steve Charter has worked in the mainstream sustainability field since 1993, and has also been involved in the grass-roots raw food and permaculture worlds since 1994. He is a permaculture teacher and diploma tutor, and was co-founder of the Ecoforest project in Spain, where he lived in an army surplus tent off-grid from 2000-05. He now lives in a low carbon community (Hoathly Hill) in West Sussex. He has worked as a sustainability consultant with a main focus on sustainable construction skills and training since 2005, and is a member of one of the four DECC policy fora for the Green Deal.