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Say "Goodbye" to the USDA Eating Model and "Hello" to the Eco-Intelligent Eating Model; a Model for carnivores & vegetarians.   


Are you aware of the kind of sustenance that is needed by plants and animals to bring healthful food from our nation's farms to our dining tables? Would you say that you eat a diet that supports you in thriving versus barely surviving? What foods has the media conditioned you to eat that may not be health-giving? Do you eat in a conscious way or an unconscious way? Are you a fan of the USDA Eating Model, -a model that has been criticized by some of the nation's top health experts, for dispensing misleading information and propaganda? In this course module, you will gain an understanding of how industrially produced, factory-farmed, pesticide-drenched foods are harming the health of plants, animals, insects, ecosystems, and people.  What's the alternative, you might be wondering? It's the Eco-Intelligent Eating Model! It's the first eating model of its kind to promote the value and necessity of "farming green" and "eating clean."  You'll make an acquaintance with the traditional whole foods that this eating model features, including their history, culinary uses, and disease-fighting health properties.  You'll also learn about how you can create a sacred, eco-conscious kitchen, and turn the act of cooking into an effort of your soul, versus a menial chore, when you find your "why" to cook. 


Consider whether you are a conscious eater and whether you have a fast-food mentality or a slow food mentality. 


Explore the reasons why meat, dairy products, fats, and sugars have been given a special place in the USDA Eating Model. 


Look at the flaws in the USDA Eating Model which in the past have failed to make a distinction between whole grains and processed grains, and healthy fats and processed fats, and which have failed to recognize that millions of people suffer from lactose intolerance. 


Become aware of how the production of animal foods creates health issues in people, animals, and the environment. 


Consider the true cost of producing food in harmony with the environment. 


Learn about the legend and lore of traditional whole foods and explore their health benefits and culinary uses.  


Create a sacred kitchen that inspires you to prepare meals and consider how a culinary archetype can help you to find meaning in the meal making process. 


Learn the three steps that are involved in meal preparation, which serve to nourish your body's changing needs. Turn the act of cooking and eating into an experience that stimulates your creativity, joy, and heartfelt gratitude. 



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