The Cacahuatl Eater: Ruminations of an Unabashed Chocolate Addict

The Cacahuatl Eater Ruminations of an Unabashed Chocolate Addict Back Cover The Cacahuatl Eater is witty irreverent iconoclastic enlightening and always informative He pokes fun at organophiles the medical establishment drug laws and at times even himself The

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  • Title: The Cacahuatl Eater: Ruminations of an Unabashed Chocolate Addict
  • Author: Jonathan Ott
  • ISBN: 9780961423414
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback
  • Back Cover The Cacahuatl Eater is witty, irreverent, iconoclastic, enlightening and always informative He pokes fun at organophiles, the medical establishment, drug laws, and at times even himself.The Cacahuatl Eater is the only book to treat chocolate first and foremost as drug, and to suggest the chemical basis for the chocolate habit, a type of drug addiction.The CacBack Cover The Cacahuatl Eater is witty, irreverent, iconoclastic, enlightening and always informative He pokes fun at organophiles, the medical establishment, drug laws, and at times even himself.The Cacahuatl Eater is the only book to treat chocolate first and foremost as drug, and to suggest the chemical basis for the chocolate habit, a type of drug addiction.The Cacahuatl Eater is a multi disciplinary survey of the natural history of cacao and chocolate, and is the first book to detail History of cacao the drug valuable than gold Nutritional comparison of chocolate to other foods Facts about chocolate and tooth decay, acne, allergies, obesity, migraine and benign breast disease The theobromine addiction syndrome The mysterious connection between chocolate and love

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    1. An utterly fascinating book on chocolate written by one of the foremost authors on ethnopharmacology. Examines what we all too easily dismiss as a simple snack food from the perspectives of its fascinating political history, its properties as a medicinal and psychoactive drug, and its values as a "superfood" you'll never see chocolate the same way again, nor have any doubts that the active chemical in chocolate rightly deserves a name meaning "food of the gods."

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