For anyone who is confused about nutrition - or who knows what to eat but rationalizes poor choices - the book is a heaping helping of reality, with each short chapter giving the reader plenty to chew on. While for some the straightforward truth about food may be hard to swallow, with our nation's health and healthcare both in crisis, it's a truth we can't afford to ignore.
|Publisher:||Not Long Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.10(d)|
About the Author
Julie Long is a freelance writer and published author exploring food systems and sustainability. She credits her dietician mother for teaching her what a balanced meal looks like, and Albert Eiler for teaching her to be accountable for her own health. Her other books include Fat, Dumb and Lazy, a simple story for those who seek change, and BABY: An Owner's Manual, the operating instructions no baby should be delivered without. Learn more about her on her blog and website: www.julielongwrites.com.