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by Paul Fieldhouse

Author: Paul Fieldhouse
Subcategory: Diets & Weight Loss
Language: English
Publisher: Chapman & Hall; 2nd edition (December 1995)
Pages: 253 pages
Category: Fitness and Health
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This report is based on on-going doctoral work that sets out to explore the place of food in the Baha'i worldview as portrayed in Baha'i writings and reflected in the views and practices of contemporary Baha'is. Food-related teachings are briefly described under the headings of food, health and healing, vegetarianism; fasting and commensality. Religious customs, influence on diet. Food and Nutrition: Customs and Culture.

This book provides readers with an understanding of the rich world of food and faith

This book provides readers with an understanding of the rich world of food and faith. It contains more than 200 alphabetically arranged entries that describe the beliefs and customs of well-established major world religions and sects as well as those of smaller faith communities and new religious movements. Paul Fieldhouse, PhD, is adjunct professor in human nutritional sciences at the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, where he teaches about food, culture, and religion in the graduate program. Bibliographic information. Food, Feasts, and Faith: An Encyclopedia of Food Culture in World Religions. Tackling food security issues in indigenous communities in Canada: The Manitoba experience.

This text is devoted to a division of the social and cultural uses of food in ancient and contemporary societies throughout the world. Its main purpose is to illustrate the theme of nutrition as a bioculture issue showing that while all people have to eat to live, what they eat is largely determined by cultural influences. This book is intended as a text for students of nutrition, dietetics and related health disciplines such as medicine, nursing and health education. It should also be of interest to social science students. After an initial chapter which explores the concept of cultural shaping of food choice, subsequent chapters address food ideology, cuisine, social uses of food, gender issues, religion, ethics, myths, taboos and superstitions and mass feeding. Each chapter is followed by discussion questions for students and suggestions for further reading, as well as an extensive bibliography.