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Good Food Tastes Good: An Argument for Trusting Your Senses and Ignoring the Nutritionists Paperback – October 15, 2007
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Who establishes these requirements for your food--and what do those numbers really mean? What circuitous path does your food take from its place of origin to your supermarket or restaurant table--and why is its journey so often unpleasantly lengthy? Health and science writer Carol Hart answers these questions thoroughly and in depth.
Keenly reasoned, rigorously researched, and often wickedly witty, GOOD FOOD TASTES GOOD explores complex issues, offering simple, commonsense advice. This is the best book I've read on nutrition and food in the USA, bar none.
No seriously! It has changed my life already. We are all taught to pick our food by the nutrition label instead of our senses. We are told that protien is protien whether it comes from free-range cattle beef or a protien bar. We hear on the news that fat is bad (especially the saturated kind) and that modified, processed foods are superior because they contain less of this and more of that. This book explains the pitfalls of this type of reasoning.
It has compelled me to trust my good common sense in picking food instead of the latest dietary fad.