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What to Eat

What to Eat, the latest book from nutritionist Marion Nestle, PhD, MPH, attempts to address the increasing confusion among consumers about the myriad food choices presented by today's retail food marketplace. "This book is about how to think abour the food you eat," writes Dr. Nestle. "By the time you finish it, you should be able to walk into a supermarket, a restaurant, a fast-food outlet, or any other place that sells food and know why the foods are there, what they are, and whether they are worth buying."

Listed by Josh Friedland on May 23, 2006 in Books | Link | Comments (2) | add to del.icio.us | Digg this story | Email this post


Just what we need, another attempt at getting people to eat what they 'should' eat as opposed to what they WANT to eat.

I've got nothing against sound nutrition but until these experts start addressing the selfish, gluttonous id within us all, they will not change what we eat.

Posted by: m. at Jun 7, 2006 1:19:02 PM

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