Ultra-Processed People: Why Do We All Eat Stuff That Isn’t Food … and Why Can’t We Stop?
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Medical doctor and broadcaster Chris van Tulleken has spent his career trying to reframe the conversation around eating right, balancing the hard (and sometimes shocking) facts about what we’re putting into our bodies with empathy for the natural desire to keep eating what we like, have time for, and can afford. Beautifully written, each page reveals hidden truths and asks you to re-think and re-connect to food in a way that has been lost for decades. Threaded throughout is a highly engaging personal account of the author's own confused relationship with UPF as a doctor, parent and sibling.
Ultra-processed People: Why Do We All Eat Stuff That Isn’t Ultra-processed People: Why Do We All Eat Stuff That Isn’t
A tour of how the science of processing has allowed companies to produce goods that are no longer even faint echoes of the real food of which they are copies, and of what the evidence shows about the biology and psychology of eating in today's world. We celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stories, traditions and living cultures; and we pay our respects to Elders past and present. They carry salmonella, potentially’ – there was literally, just in the news the day before I spoke to him, a salmonella scare.So consumers are hammering the supermarkets down, the supermarkets hammer the suppliers, the producers, so we end up with kind of the root problem being poverty and inequality. An eye-opening investigation into the science, economics, history and production of ultra-processed food.
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Empowering and practical, Food for Life is nothing less than a new approach to how to eat - for our health and the health of the planet. We are experiencing delays with deliveries to many countries, but in most cases local services have now resumed.Van Tulleken delves into the science and economics of UPF, reframing obesity as a ""commerciogenic disease"" driven by an unregulated industry and caused by the consumption of knowingly harmful, addictive substances. He appears regularly on TV, radio and podcasts around the world, and is one of the top 100 most cited scientists in the world.