What to Eat by Marion Nestle
What to Eat
Since its distribution in hardcover a year ago, Marion Nestle’s What to Eat has turned into the conclusive manual for settling on solid and educated decisions about nourishment. Lauded as “brilliant with proverbs to live by” in The New York Times Book Review and “open, solid and far reaching” in The Washington Post, What to Eat is a key asset, pressed with essential data and valuable guidance from the acclaimed nutritionist who “has gotten to be to the nourishment business what . . . Ralph Nader [was] to the vehicle business” (St. Louis Post-Dispatch).
How we pick which sustenances to eat is developing more convoluted by the day, and the clear, commonsense approach of What to Eat has been applauded as welcome help. As Nestle takes us through every general store segment—deliver, dairy, meat, angle—she clarifies the issues, slicing through foodie language and confounded sustenance names, and exposing the deceptive wellbeing claims made by enormous nourishment organizations. With Nestle as our guide, we are demonstrated to settle on astute sustenance decisions—and are enlivened to eat sensibly and nutritiously.
Presently in soft cover, What to Eat is as of now a work of art—”the ideal manual to help explore through the perplexity of which nourishments are beneficial for us” (USA Today).