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Real Food: What to Eat and Why (edition 2007)
by Nina Planck
Real Food: What to Eat and Why by Nina Planck
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"Real Food reveals why traditional foods are not only delicious - everyone knows that butter tastes better - but are actually good for you, making the nutritional case for egg, cream, butter, grass-fed beef, roast chicken with the skin, lard, cocoa butter, and more." "In lively, personal chapters on produce, dairy, meat, and fish, Nina explains how the foods we've eaten for thousands of years - pork, lamb, raw milk cheese, sea salt - have been falsely accused. Industrial foods like corn syrup, which lurks everywhere from fruit juice to chicken broth, are to blame for the triple epidemic of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease, not real food."--BOOK JACKET.
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