Nutrition, health of body and well-being of mind. Ossigeno 3 features art and recipes of forager chef Valeria Mosca, the latest movements of the ColletivO CineticO and takes a closer look at human beings and science with discussions about frequency and quantum physics. The publication also includes a special article by Catherine Hamon, a child neuropsychiatrist, on eating disorders in childhood linked to television and mass media advertising.
Ossigeno – Elements of Life is a communication/information roadmap with a precise goal: to accompany the ongoing change in eating habits, through what one might define as a practical and cultural guide. Between science, art and research, the Ossigeno book series is a collection of articles and insights on the meaning of wellness as a balance of body and mind, and of care for health and the soul.
Pages: 160, Dolce Vita paper, Favini – 145 g. Black edge
Closed format: 23.3 x 29.4 cm
Open format: 46.6 x 29.4 cm
Publishing house: NutsforLife
Cover features: punched and hot-printed, on Black Truffle paper (Curious Matter collection) from Arjo Wiggins paper mill – 380 g
Texts: Italian and English
Editorial Director – Mario Zani
Artistic Director – Mustafa Sabbagh
Editor-In-Chief – Carlo Zauli
Graphic Director – Laura Zavalloni
Book Editor – Fabiola Triolo
Editorial staff – Marcello Cicognani, Patricia De Croce, Sandro Di Domenico, Elena Di Fazio, Paola Nicita, Argyri Platsa, Stefano Santangelo, Federico Spadoni, Federico Tosi, Fabiola Triolo, Giovanni Vignazia
Photo credits – Luca La Vopa
Illustrative Tables – Carlo Pastore