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PSYCHOLOGY AND CUISINE or CUISINE AND PSYCHOLOGY

PSYCHOLOGY AND CUISINE or CUISINE AND PSYCHOLOGY

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Valutazione: 5 su 5 stelle5/5 (1 recensione)
Lunghezza: 173 pagine2 ore

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What does a table set for a banquet say about us? What determines our nutritional choices? What do eating habits tell us about the relevant individual? Can two areas of science that are so very different – psychology and the culinary arts – even be brought together, and are they really all that different? All that remains is to make a few observations that lead to new revelations, confirmations and conclusions!

The book covers ten periods in time, starting with the Stone Age and ending with the present day. The authors have described culinary trends during each era, as well as the psychological portrait of a consumer who has created cooking traditions and makes use of them for nutritional purposes. Readers of the book will discover that the desire to be a vegetarian can be linked to the Art Deco period, which means that this discovery can help one to understand one’s emotional world and be more conscious in approaching such elegant rationality. On the other hand, people who represent the worldview of the Baroque era and try to accept the psychological rules of Art Deco can lose some of themselves and their uniqueness.

The uniqueness of the book rests in the fact that it brings together two important topics – the culinary arts and psychology, thus offering an unprecedented opportunity to study one’s own personality through the prism of nutrition. Readers will recognise their ideas about themselves and the world, separate conscious and subconscious beliefs about food, identify themselves in accordance with the relevant historical era, and put the new knowledge to practice.

The book offers a chance to find regularities between cause and effect when it comes to eating habits. It is a way to focus on personal growth without clichés. The content of “Psychology and Cuisine” will inspire the readers to become more interesting for themselves and those around them, because the choice of foods is a personal business card. Preparing and eating breakfast, lunch and dinner is a form of self-realisation. The book also includes an original test that readers can use to quickly understand their nutritional style and psychological appropriateness therein.

This book is informative about how to choose a meal and how to understand one’s own psychological type. It is also a brief history of the culinary arts, a guidebook to learn more about oneself and those around oneself through the prism of these arts.

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PSYCHOLOGY AND CUISINE or CUISINE AND PSYCHOLOGY

Azioni libro

Inizia a leggere

Informazioni sul libro

PSYCHOLOGY AND CUISINE or CUISINE AND PSYCHOLOGY

Valutazioni:
Valutazione: 5 su 5 stelle5/5 (1 recensione)
Lunghezza: 173 pagine2 ore

Descrizione

What does a table set for a banquet say about us? What determines our nutritional choices? What do eating habits tell us about the relevant individual? Can two areas of science that are so very different – psychology and the culinary arts – even be brought together, and are they really all that different? All that remains is to make a few observations that lead to new revelations, confirmations and conclusions!

The book covers ten periods in time, starting with the Stone Age and ending with the present day. The authors have described culinary trends during each era, as well as the psychological portrait of a consumer who has created cooking traditions and makes use of them for nutritional purposes. Readers of the book will discover that the desire to be a vegetarian can be linked to the Art Deco period, which means that this discovery can help one to understand one’s emotional world and be more conscious in approaching such elegant rationality. On the other hand, people who represent the worldview of the Baroque era and try to accept the psychological rules of Art Deco can lose some of themselves and their uniqueness.

The uniqueness of the book rests in the fact that it brings together two important topics – the culinary arts and psychology, thus offering an unprecedented opportunity to study one’s own personality through the prism of nutrition. Readers will recognise their ideas about themselves and the world, separate conscious and subconscious beliefs about food, identify themselves in accordance with the relevant historical era, and put the new knowledge to practice.

The book offers a chance to find regularities between cause and effect when it comes to eating habits. It is a way to focus on personal growth without clichés. The content of “Psychology and Cuisine” will inspire the readers to become more interesting for themselves and those around them, because the choice of foods is a personal business card. Preparing and eating breakfast, lunch and dinner is a form of self-realisation. The book also includes an original test that readers can use to quickly understand their nutritional style and psychological appropriateness therein.

This book is informative about how to choose a meal and how to understand one’s own psychological type. It is also a brief history of the culinary arts, a guidebook to learn more about oneself and those around oneself through the prism of these arts.

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