I just found this one online, so thought it might be a good read. The basic premise seems pretty obvious: food choices affect our emotions, emotions affect our relationships, relationships & food affect our physical health, which can affect our mood, which can affect what we eat. (I might've gotten some wires crossed there...) Each link seems pretty obvious, but what the book spent a lot of time talking about was how our food choices affect much more than just our physical health. The first third of the book, however, talked about bad foods vs good foods, and seemed like the stereotypical you-can't-eat-anything-you-ever-liked-to-eat kind of list. The recommendation was nothing processed, no white sugar, white flour, animal fats, etc., and only eat what God intended as food in the first place ... in the state that he provided it: raw fruits and vegetables, and only 'clean' animals. This is all well and good, and I'm sure we would be much better off if we all ate perfectly healthy. But I like enjoying what I eat, and I've read/learned other things about eating better. Mindless Eating, for example, is a great book. Anyway, one thing that this book said only in passing that really struck me is that your taste buds can change after only a couple of weeks of eating a different kind of food. Maybe that's obvious for some people (I never took biology, though), but it was very interesting to me. And maybe that means trying some new foods (and developing them into habits) might actually not be as painful as I've always experienced. :)