Food Sanity How to Eat in a World of Fads & Fiction gives us all some much needed insight into the facts and misconceptions when it comes to maintaining a healthy diet.
Dr. David Friedman busts the myths around certain types of foods that have long held their influence over us, as well as shed light on those foods that are advertised as “healthy” or “natural” but in reality have some implications.
For example, Dr. Friedman tackles the popular consensus of bread being bad for you. Friedman points out that it is the white flour used in bread that should be avoided, not bread itself. Myths such as these are broken down and examined by Friedman, easing the minds of those like me who eat nothing but bread. This book provides great assistance in enhancing your eating habits, as well as assisting in skipping over the headache of figuring out what you can and can’t eat!
review by Ryan Gallahue