Is organic and biodynamic food worth the higher price consumers often pay?
Does the food we eat affect our thinking and emotions?
How can different methods of growing and cooking food best preserve the life energies in our food?
Our current financial climate makes buying organic or biodynamic food difficult for many people. It is often more expensive, and tests by conventional scientists claim to show that it has no extra nutritional value. This book wuestions whether these claims have any basis.
Gill Bacchus concludes that modern scientific methods simply cannot reveal or measure the true life processes that give quality to our food. Exploring ideas from Rudolf Steiner's biodynamics, she argues that the health not only of our bodies, but also of our consciousness, thinking and emotions, depends on nourishing ourselves wisely, and she give advice on how we can learn to find and choose food that is 'full of life and light'.