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Eating Well for Optimum Health by Andrew Weil
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Aug 04, 2008

really liked it
Read in August, 2008

I really enjoyed this book which focuses on a healthy diet and way of life. I like that it dispells the myths about many well known diets (i.e Atkins diet). Weil talks about how food should be enjoyed and that it is a social event that brings people together. Yet, he talks about how certain foods are more healthy to eat, rather than insisting that we should deprive ourselves of certain foods. I read this book because I have become increasingly interested in the rise of cancer in the United States and how many of the causes are rooted in diet. Weil tackles this issue and talks about the toxins in our foods, mainly from many of the processed foods that we eat as well as in the fish that we eat (as the waters are growing more and more contaminated).

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