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Diet, Health, and the Food Supply: Scientific American | [Scientific American]

Diet, Health, and the Food Supply: Scientific American

There are five fascinating articles in this issue. You'll hear how globalization ushered in a world in which more than a billion people are overfed - even though 800 million still suffer from hunger. Then, learn how to cope with a mountain of conflicting diet advice. Also, find out if books that question the dangers of being overweight are wrong. Then, discover new ways to fight fat. Plus, hear about new approaches to protecting your food from contamination.
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Publisher's Summary

There are five fascinating articles in this September 2007 issue. First, "A Question of Sustenance": How globalization ushered in a world in which more than a billion people are overfed - even though 800 million still suffer from hunger.

Next, "Eating Made Simple": How to cope with a mountain of conflicting diet advice.

Then, "Can Fat Be Fit?": Are books that question the dangers of being overweight wrong?

Also, "What Fuels Fat": What contributes to it and how to fight it.

Finally, "Is Your Food Contaminated?": New contamination-detection technologies are looking more appealing.

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