Food for Life
Food. Just what is good and not to eat has never seemed so complicated. Food for Life looks to cut through the pseudo science that often out there to create a thorough, evidence-based guide to the real science of eating.
In this engaging book Tim Spector, a professor of genetic epidemiology and author who brought us Spoon-fed; takes a deep dive into the subject, with his own strong love for food clearly shining through. Variety is key, with Tim recommending eating up to 30 fresh food and spices a week to keep our gut microbes healthy, which in turn will keep us at our best. This is a book that celebrates food and its many wondrous properties, hoping to empower us to make food choices based on a better understanding of the true benefits and harms that come from our relationship with the foods around us.
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Softback, 23.5 x 15 x 4 cm approx, 510 pages.