I would not only recommend it but suggest it.
Kept me very interested.
yes, very much.
the truth behind the shelves
I am totally honored to have listened to the book. I loved it so much I am buying the paperback and give it as gifts.
50 something female, not a bibliophile by any stretch of the imagination. Don't have time to sit. I love history and biographies.
I have known about marketing practices and chemicals in processed foods but I didn't realize how much the government influences food production. The connection from subsidizing cattle and dairy producers to hiding cheese in processed foods was interesting.
I have started listening to audiobooks while walking the dog, and sometimes it's easy to get distracted, but the performance and pacing was so good that that didn't happen.
I'm a very health conscious person so I knew some of the things in the book already but listening to it in a short time is a bit overwhelming. It's another thing horribly wrong with the U.S. and the west but hopefully we are on the way to a health revolution. Once people start eating better they do have a hard time going back to bad for you foods, but it needs to happen in the community at large or the peer pressure to eat junk can be overpowering.
If you're looking for more reasons to eat healthy or like a good true conspiracy theory kind of book, check this out!
Well investigated and written!
He explains and exposes the food industries strategic hijacking of our taste buds.
He exposes one of the primary causes of obesity, chronic over-eating and the diabetes epidemic that is spreading on a global scale.
The Good Gut by Justin Sonnenburg & Erica Sonnenburg does touch on some of the same issues that brought up in Salt, Sugar, Fat by Michael Moss.
His narration is incredible! He brings the book to life! His tone in every way is spot on.
Duping the Masses
If your looking for a book to help you make better dietary choices, i would look elsewhere. If you are interested in tales of corporate hoodwinking and silver tongued ad men, then youve come to the right place. Its a lengthy read but it really nails home how pervasive the unhealthy pleasure triggers are in so many of the prepared foods we buy.
This book deserves all the positive reviews it has received. Do your family a favor and read this book.