Rated of 5
by Nancy (Denver NC)
...and who STUFFS us?
When I first picked up this book, I felt I knew who was "stuffing" us. We are stuffing ourselves. Of course, we are, but it's not that simple and we shouldn't take on all the guilt.
Naturally, if something doesn't taste good, we're not tempted to eat it. But what makes it taste good? Usually FAT and sugar. Comfort food almost always contains one or both of these culprits. But how can food manufacturing companies make a product taste good and also be good for us? They really are trying to do just that. This is the premise of this informative and easily readable book.
Not by banning "bad" foods, but by making them more healthy. I was relieved to know there are successful companies who are researching our obesity problem just as some energy companies are researching viable alternative energy sources. If you want to read about some good news for a change, this will fit the bill.