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Real Food What to Eat and Why (Paperback)

Author:  Nina Planck
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1596913428
ISBN-13: 9781596913424
Sku: 204191347
Publish Date: 6/12/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.25H x 5.25L x 1T
Pages:  343
Age Range:  NA
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Everyone loves real food, but they're afraid butter and eggs will give them a heart attack--thus the culinary abomination known as the egg-white omelet. Tossing out the yolk, it turns out, isn't smart.
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A farmer's daughter offers a reality check as she looks at the truth about such foods as butter, grass-fed beef, roast chicken skin, cream, egg yolks, and more, alleviating health concerns about such foods while condemning the use of such industrially created foods as soybean oil and corn syrup. Reprint.A farmer's daughter offers a reality check as she looks at the truth about such foods as butter, grass-fed beef, roast chicken skin, cream, egg yolks, and more, alleviating health concerns about such foods while condemning the use of such industrially created foods as soybean oil and corn syrup. Reprint.
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Former New York City Greenmarket director Nina Planck's cry for farm-fresh food, raw milk, and meats from grass-fed animals is carefully laid out in this intriguing overview of what she considers wrong with modern eating. Using a variety of studies, Planck argues that, the foods people have been eating for centuries--whole milk, meat, butter, eggs, and the like--are much more healthful than the current diet of recently invented and industrialized foods involving corn oil, sugar, and trans-fats.

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