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Death by food pyramid

Author: Denise Minger
Publisher: Malibu, CA : Primal Blueprint Publishing, [2013] ©2013
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Shoddy science, sketchy politics and shady special interests have shaped American dietary recommendations—and destroyed our nation’s health—over recent decades. The phrase Death by Food Pyramid isn’t shock-value sensationalism, but the tragic consequence of simply doing what we have been told to do by our own government—and giant food profiteers—in pursuit of health. In Death by Food Pyramid, Denise Minger exposes  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Nonfiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Denise Minger
ISBN: 9780984755127 0984755128
OCLC Number: 849249622
Notes: "How shoddy science, sketchy politics and shady special interests ruined your health ... and how to reclaim it!"--Cover.
Awards: Commended for IndieFab awards (Health) 2014
Description: xv, 292 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Shady Politics. Pyramid is the new paradigm --
Design by committee --
Amber waves of shame --
Slippery Science. Evaluating the experts --
The hitchhiker's guide to nutritional research --
Reopening the case against saturated fat --
Ancel keys and the diet-heart hypothesis --
A little town in Massachusetts --
PUFA-rama : the rise of vegetable oils --
Meet your meat --
Herbivore's dilemma --
New Geometry. A future informed by the past.
Responsibility: Denise Minger.

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"Shoddy science, sketchy politics and shady special interests have shaped American dietary recommendations—and destroyed our nation’s health—over recent decades. The phrase Death by Food Pyramid isn’t shock-value sensationalism, but the tragic consequence of simply doing what we have been told to do by our own government—and giant food profiteers—in pursuit of health. In Death by Food Pyramid, Denise Minger exposes the forces that overrode common sense and solid science to launch a pyramid phenomenon that bled far beyond US borders to taint the eating habits of the entire developed world. Denise explores how generations of flawed pyramids and plates endure as part of the national consciousness, and how the “one size fits all” diet mentality these icons convey pushes us deeper into the throes of obesity and disease. Regardless of whether you’re an omnivore or vegan, research junkie or science-phobe, health novice or seasoned dieter, Death by Food Pyramid will reframe your understanding of nutrition science, and inspire you to take your health, and future, into your own hands"--Back cover.

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