my to read list
It explains an ancient and complex religion using Winnie the Pooh. Amazing.
30 things every woman should have and know by the time she's 30.
Warning: reading may deter you from eating in general... But it's so worth it. Such an eye-opener to the perils of consuming processed/chemical ridden produce and meat! I thought I was healthy before, definitely going to spend more time and be more careful buying my groceries.
First non-fiction novel. #Amazingread.
Food Rules: An Eater's Manual is a 2009 book by Michael Pollan. It offers 64 rules on eating based on his previous book In Defense of Food in three sections: Eat food, mostly plants, not too much. (Apples are food, twinkies are not.) The book attributes the "diseases of affluence", to the so-called "Western Diet" of processed meats and food products, and offers its rules as a remedy to the problem.
The Beginner's Guide to Growing Heirloom Vegetables
The beginning book in a fantastic series outlining a view on the rapture, apocalypse and what is to follow.
Librarians list of must read books... I have quite a few to knock out.
Forks Over Knives - you have to watch it. Reserve it from the Library!