New Books on Food

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Eating Dangerously : Why the Government Can’t Keep Your Food Safe … and How You Can by Michael Booth and Jennifer Brown

Eating Dangerously explains to the American consumer how their food system works and more importantly how it doesn’t work. It also dishes up course after course of friendly advice gleaned from the cutting-edge laboratories, kitchens and courtrooms where the national food system is taking new shape. Anyone interested in knowing more about how their food makes it from field and farm to store and table will want the inside scoop on just how safe or unsafe that food may be.

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Eat, Drink, and Be Wary : How Unsafe is Our Food? by Charles M. Duncan

Food safety has fast become one of the nation’s top issues. Three thousand people die each year in the U.S. from foodborne illnesses. Another 48 million are sickened annually and our government fails to protect us. Many foods and additives that we eat every day have been banned for years in other countries. Our government food safety agencies move in reverse–cutting back on inspections, allowing food producers to inspect themselves, and permitting the vast majority of potentially adulterated foods to enter this country without benefit of any testing or inspection. How, in a country so advanced in most areas, could we have descended to this alarming state of food safety? One answer: Budget cuts and bureaucrats. Eat, Drink, and Be Wary examines the multitude of dangers in food production, transportation, storing, and preparation that result in this shocking number of preventable illnesses and deaths. It takes a broad and detailed look, in all food groups, at the problems and potential solutions in food safety practices, inspections, and enforcements. This book answers the questions and concerns of millions of Americans who have reached new levels of serious doubts about the safety of our food. Charles Duncan points readers to the dangers to look for in deli foods, raw milk, seafood, poultry, eggs, beef, and others. For consumers who care about the food they eat, this book details the dangers, offers direction for choosing safe foods, and provides a critique of our current system that suggests ways it can be fixed, or at least improved.


Chickpea Flour Cookbook : Healthy Gluten-free and Grain-free Recipes to Power Every Meal of the Day by Camilla V. Sausbury

Breakfast — Breads — Snacks — Vegetables & sides — Entrees — Desserts.


Food Allergies : The Ultimate Teen Guide by Jessica Reino

Explains what food allergies are, how food allergy sufferers can become their own advocates, and how to cook well and live well with dietary restrictions.


The Obesity Reality : A Comprehensive Approach to a Growing Problem by Naheed Ali, Md

Understanding obesity — The diagnosis — Causes and symptoms — Treatment — Obesity in America — Worldwide obesity — Childhood obesity — Obesity and mental health — Blame and guilt — The economics of obesity — The art of exercise — Finding motivation.



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