This book is a major asset to people who are curious about how food production impacts both the world and ourselves. It offers a logical and straightforward view on nutrition that is accessible to both the seasoned veteran and the uninformed enthusiast. What's best, the book doesn't have to be read from cover to cover, so you can select the parts you're interested in.
What to Eat by Mario Nestle
Reviewed by: Dominique
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