Trick Or Treat

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Hammersmith Press Limited, Oct 1, 2008 - Nutrition disorders - 498 pages
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"Asks the questions: Has 'healthy eating' coincided with a reduction in health problems and health spending?, Who benefits from the effects of 'healthy eating'?, What is the evidence to support the principles of 'healthy eating'?, If 'healthy eating' isn't healthy, what is? Bringing together over a century of relevant findings, including classic papers and the latest research, Barry Groves examines each of these issues in depth and concludes that there is a simple, evidence-based alternative approach that will allow us all to take charge of our own health"--P. [4] of cover.

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User Review  - forkyfork - LibraryThing

While I think there is a lot of good information in the book, I do not think it is as approachable as it could be. It reads like a textbook, and even the size is intimidating. Compare this to one of ... Read full review

Review: Trick and Treat: How Healthy Eating Is Making Us Ill

User Review  - Jodi - Goodreads

This book has so many important things to say. Not just about weight loss, but also about health and about our health system. This book explains that while it is our responsibility to make healthy ... Read full review

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