Resources and References

1. http://www.meridianpress.net for information on Chinese Food Philosophy.

2. http://www.naturalhealthschool.com/acid-alkaline.htmlfordetails

    on acid-alkaline food balance.

3. http://www.ourstolenfuture.org/Basics/bottomline.htm on chem- icals in our food.

4. http://www.soilassociation.org/ for further information on the impact of non-organic agriculture on our environment and entire food system.

  1. http://www.wildfoodwalks.co.uk Wild food walks through the seasons with Fyyona Campbell.

  2. http://www.dadamo.com/ Full information on the blood type diet including rec- ommended foods for each blood type.

  3. Mabey, R. (1992 [1972]). Food for Free London, Harper Collins Publishers.

  4. Zeberio, J. T. and D. Buttner (1998). The Laws of Creative Evolution and Energetic

    Anthropology. Paris and Montreal, L’Harmattan. 

  5. DAdamo, P,J (1998). Eat Right For Your Type Century, New edition (first published 1997) 

  6. PH Miracle, Robert O and Shelly Redford Young (Ph.D) A Time Warner Original. ISBN.0-7515-3406-4