Food Myths by Nicole Senior

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Even though we have access to more medical and health information than ever before, food and nutrition continually faces the challenge of misinformation and misconceptions. Do vegetarians live longer? Are thin people healthier than fat ones? Is sugar our enemy? What's better butter or margarine? Do adults need to drink milk? Is sea salt better for you than regular salt? Does detoxing clear your body out? Are foods labelled as 'natural' healthier for you? These are just some of the thoughts we tackle in this carefully researched, practical guide to food myths. This book goes behind food labeling and packaging to present the facts in language everyone can understand.

About Nicole Senior

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Nicole Senior has been an accredited nutritionist for more than 20 years and is also an accredited practicing dietitian. She loves translating the complexity of nutrition into practical, do-able advice that makes sense to her audience. She has also helped put food and environment issues, such as food sustainability and climate change, high on the agenda for dietitians. Nicole played a leading role in the highly successful educational event on food and the environment called "Is our food costing"
Published June 1, 2012 by New Holland Australia. 192 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, History, Education & Reference, Cooking.

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Australian Women Online

Part 4 – Food In Modern Living – is dedicated to processed foods, organic and GM foods, coffee, toxicity, fish and mercury content, food labels and a plethora of other eye-opening facts.

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