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I found this book interesting and easy reading.
Not only does he get paid to point out the obvious, but he also posits lies, half-truths, and debunked studies as backup for his diatribes.
In this companion book to his documentary "Super Size Me", Spurlock points out some of the dangers of a fast food lifestyle.
ahhhhhh i think i could of used my time beter by well... i have no idea but it would have better used perhaps read faust of kierkigaurd or learning how to spell thier namesPublished 5 months ago by louis geannopoulos
This is a true story written by Morgan Spurlock, I had to watch the film "Super Size Me", when I was in middle school health class. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dian H. Carlson
This book continues where the movie super size me left off. way before the idea of the film came about. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Chad Frey
Wonderful book. I highly recommend it to all those who care about their health. A real wake up call! So informative.Published 9 months ago by Joseph Rezaei
I picked up this book by accident, unaware that it even existed as a counterpart to Spurlock's famous film. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jonathan Groner
it does what it is supposed to do, but would have preffered if the chapter names would be on when you play itPublished on September 3, 2011 by t
I stopped listening when he said things like:
- any product at the center of the store is processed garbage (not true)
- the idea of Wal Mart selling organic food is... Read more
A very eye-opening book!
I haven't seen the movie and likely won't, but this was a perfect tandem to my current desire to eat better (via Weight Watchers) and exercise... Read more
In this book, the author takes a very cynical view of the fast food industry (and especially McDonalds. Read morePublished on July 25, 2009 by J. Hubble