Ultra-Processed People #BookReview #WeekendCooking #BriFri — 5 Comments

  1. I saw that book as a new acquistion at our library. We try and eat well but occasionally when we get a loaf of bread at the store it’s amazing there is zero mold after so many days. So many presevatives.

    I am getting back to blogging and brought you a few books set in England. The latest is Deep into Darkness by M.S. Morris, a continuation of the DCI Tom Raven series.

  2. Intrestified…..I have a new word. I try to stay away from processed foods but sometimes convenience wins out. I would like to see us eating 80% unprocessed and 20% ultra-processed instead of the other way around.

  3. I found this book quite heavy going but it certainly opened my eyes to what is in some food. Luckily I mainly eat from scratch so not too many weird things in my diet.
    I am writing a post about this tomorrow or the day after.

    My Quiet life in Suffolk blog

  4. So absolutely important for everyone to understand. I’ve been researching and changing my food intake for years. Growing more of what we eat. Even in health food stores, the oils are labeled “plant based” as if that were a cure all. The hardest thing for me to quit is eating out in restaurants that serve really good food. You just don’t know what all goes into their creations, no matter how wonderful. This book should be a must read for anyone connected with governance over the food industry!

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