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Author Shewfelt, Robert L., author

Title In Defense of Processed Food : It's Not Nearly as Bad as You Think / by Robert L. Shewfelt
Published Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Copernicus, 2017
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Description 1 online resource (XVIII, 273 pages 16 illustrations, 14 illustrations in color.) : online resource
Contents Preface -- Introduction: A note on science and a note on food -- Why is America so fat? -- Why does processed food have such a bad reputation? -- Why can't we get more fresh and locally produced food in our supermarkets and restaurants? -- How widespread is food addiction in our culture? -- Why are there so many chemicals in our food? -- How can we tell which foods are real and which ones are not real? -- How damaging is food processing to the nutrients in natural foods? -- How safe is the American food supply? -- How can we eat more responsibly to save the environment for our children and grandchildren? -- Can processed food be part of a responsible diet? -- Bibliography -- Notes
Subject Chemistry.
Food -- Biotechnology.
Form Electronic book