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The End of Overeating by David A. Kessler
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Mar 03, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: books-read-in-2010, green-health-eco, non-fiction, reads-american
Read from March 03 to 04, 2010

WOW - what an eye-opening read about the food industry.

I knew I like food that wasn't the greatest in nutritional value. But what Dr Kessler showed me in the how the food at restaurants are processed made me sick and gave me awareness on the industry, as well as, what I put into my mouth.

Especially the trios contributors of sugar, salt and fat to induce ease of eating processed foods. Especially all the artificial flavourings that goes into our foods.


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03/03/2010 page 154
45.83% "WHOA!!! I cannot put this book down, lots of interesting and scary facts that Dr Kessler brings up. I can't wait to finish this book."

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