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What to Eat by Marion Nestle
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Marion Nestle
“Controlling SE is not rocket science; all it requires is immediate refrigeration of newly laid eggs (to stop bacterial growth), sampling eggs and testing them to see if they are carrying SE, and diverting eggs that test positive out of the supply of shell eggs.”
Marion Nestle, What to Eat

Marion Nestle
“If you would like food manufacturers to explain more about the chemical ingredients listed on food labels, take up this matter with your congressional representatives. Congress tells the FDA what to do.”
Marion Nestle, What to Eat

Reading Progress

February 5, 2011 – Started Reading
February 5, 2011 – Shelved
June 6, 2011 –
5.0% "An excellent resource!"
December 20, 2014 –
December 21, 2014 –
February 3, 2016 –
29.0% "Politicians and business people suck!"
September 25, 2016 –
31.0% "The editing imposed by the Bush administration also gave power companies an additional decade—until 2018—to reduce emissions by 70 percent rather than 90 percent, and allowed them to trade pollution rights among themselves (meaning a company with low methylmercury emissions could trade its allowances to a company that exceeded the emissions limits)."
March 10, 2017 –
33.0% "Farmed salmon is higher in PCBs than wild salmon."
November 27, 2017 –
36.0% "Clearly, the seafood industry engages in some very fishy practices."
January 18, 2018 –
38.0% "Fish, he got a hook in his mouth. Fish, he got problems."
April 23, 2018 –
40.0% "The grades—AA, A, or B—refer to cosmetic differences; their nutritional values are the same."
July 11, 2018 –
42.0% "They are the eggmen."
August 12, 2018 –
43.0% "Some frozen foods are better than others. If you want healthier frozen foods, look for packages with short ingredient lists."

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