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This book has been one of the most influential books I have read, but not for the reasons you might think.
This book is really helping me understand my relationship with food and is helping me find ways to make better, conscious choices.
This book is informative and well written; the style is very easy to read and understand without feeling talked down to.
The problem of obesity is multifactorial and as such seems too far gone for simple solutions. This book addresses many of the factors that are contributing to this modern epidemic. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Cam
This book will really open your eyes to the way food manufacturers and marketers use human physiology and psychology to override common sense when it comes to the foods we eat and... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Cynthia White
If you think your health is important, then this is a must read! The American food industry is leading us to a lower quality of life and we're eating it up!Published 1 month ago by ufomechanic
This is another interesting book along the lines of Brian Wansink's that explains the science behind why we overeat. Read morePublished 1 month ago by NHBunion
I have done a great deal of work around eating issues and this book is rather behind much of what I have already learned.Published 1 month ago by J. Maron
I need to read it before it will help, I'm sure. I have started it but never finished it. I will get it out and try again.Published 1 month ago by Sandra J.
The scientist in me craved this information. Highly recommended if you want to know why our bodies/minds (as well as food manufactures) can be our own worse enemy.Published 2 months ago by Kyle Pinon
This is an eye-opening book on overeating, a topic that affects us all either directly or indirectly. The book is divided into 6 comprehensive parts. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marie-Josee Shaar
This book has really interesting and important ideas. I've read it one and a half times since I purchased it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Natalie