Filosofia del Gusto e del Benessere "L'uomo è ciò che mangia" (Ludwig  Feuerbach)

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Feeding with awareness- eat, dont’ survive!

Perchè “…Prendila Così…”? Il bioritmo, le pratiche non intensive, l’agricoltura biologica, il rispetto della biodiversità, anziché la standardizzazione di massa.“…Prendila Così…” non si limita a rispondere ad un bisogno primario, ma cerca di improntare una scelta personale e un posizionamento sociale, al fine di comunicare i valori di una vita incentrata sul benessere, sostenibile e sana, che parte da ciò che il consumatore è, e quindi dal suo stile di vita, dalla sua alimentazione e dai suoi consumi, nonchè, all’impatto che questi hanno sulla sostenibilità ambientale presente e futura.

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Il Gusto & Il Benessere secondo “…Prendila Così…”

“…Prendila Così…” l’essenziale è abbastanza... ”Siate grezzi...”

Il benessere.. inizia da te...sei quello di cui ti nutri.

L’alimentazione e l’intensità del piacere del gusto, secondo “…Prendila Così…”, sono il connubio del benessere nel senso olistico del concetto, piacere ergo benessere psicofisico, ma se un piacere organolettico, si trasforma in un danno per la salute?

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