We Want Real Food: Why Our Food is Deficient in Minerals and Nutrients - and what We Can Do about it

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Constable, 2006 - Agriculture - 234 pages
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Harvey illustrates how our industrial farming techniques are denuding the soil of the essential nutrients, minerals and structures needed to produce quality produce. This book is the next stage in the debate about the food we eat, and how a simple solution can improve the nation's health and environment.

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The shocking and sometimes very surprising truth about our food. Read full review

Review: We Want Real Food: Why Our Food is Deficient in Minerals and Nutrients - and What We Can Do About it

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Vital. Shocking. Well written. Warning - you are inclined to feel stupid for trusting that everything you eat to be as perfect as the packaging. Read full review

Contents

The Nature of Sweetness
1
Minerals and Quarry Dust
12
The Illusion of Plenty
31
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