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Brain food

by Karl Kruszelnicki

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Did you know that the diet industry gets fatter and more successful every year but WON'T make you thinner? Or that our bodies are really one giant DONUT? Have you ever wondered why garlic smells soooooo SEXY? Especially the next day ...Or why coffee out of the bum of an Indonesian civet costs $1000 a kilo?! Well, thank goodness for the world's best-loved science guru, Dr Karl. In his brand new book, Brain Food, he debunks foodie fads, shines a light on how our body works, unearths some enormous nosh, and puts his palate on the line - all in the name of nourishing entertainment. Featuring 256 pages crammed full of glorious, tasty, colour illustrations, pictures (and only one or two boring diagrams), Brain Food will make you laugh and make you cry - AND make you smarter.… (more)

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