Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?

Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?

#1 New York Times bestselling author Dr. Mark Hyman sorts through the conflicting research on food to give us the skinny on what to eat. Did you know that eating oatmeal actually isn't a healthy way to start the day? That milk doesn't build bones, and eggs aren't the devil? Even the most health conscious among us have a hard time figuring out what to eat in order to lose wei #1 New York Times bestselling author Dr. Mark Hyman sorts through the conflicting research on food to give us the...

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Title:Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?
Author:Mark Hyman
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Genres:Health
ISBN:0316338869
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:400 pages pages

Food: What the Heck Should I Eat? Reviews

  • Missy
    Mar 19, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

    If you are confused by all the conflicting information about food and what we should eat, then read this. I heard Dr. Hyman on a podcast and decided to read this book and I am so glad I did. He has done an insane amount of research and his advice and guidelines make total sense. The go...

    This is an exceptional book. Everything you want to know about food, our Food Industry, the way food is grown, the things we should become aware of that may be harming us, even though the label may say "all natural" and other names disguising a food product as healthy. Dr. Hyman breaks...

    "The choice of nutritional philosophies is endless these days: we can go vegan; vegetarian; ketogenic; Paleo; fleixarian; pescatarian; Mediterranean; high-fat low-carb; high-carb low-fat; raw; and on and on. Trying to find the best one can be overwhelming." (page 288 Food by Mark Hyman...

    I was fortunate to receive a free copy of this book. I have followed Dr. Hyman's PBS programs in the past and I like his basics for healthy eating. I read the book and enjoyed it. It is very easy to follow.He lays out the simple basics of healthy eating,just eat nature made foods,not m...

    Already being a fairly healthy eater, I'm not sure what I expected from this book . But I know I didn't expect to come away feeling that nothing is safe to eat! Unless I have access to only grass fed lamb and beef, chickens that run happily around on the farm all day and produce that...

    If you?re someone who wants the WHY behind your nutrition choices - this is the book for you. Dr. Hyman breaks down the science, the research and the business behind what we eat and what?s being sold to us - to help give you a clear picture of what you want to eat to be your health...

  • Rhonda
    Mar 26, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

  • Amy
    May 31, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

  • Elyse
    Dec 13, 2017

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

  • Sharon
    Jul 15, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

  • Pollie
    Jun 29, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

    If you are confused by all the conflicting information about food and what we should eat, then read this. I heard Dr. Hyman on a podcast and decided to read this book and I am so glad I did. He has done an insane amount of research and his advice and guidelines make total sense. The go...

    This is an exceptional book. Everything you want to know about food, our Food Industry, the way food is grown, the things we should become aware of that may be harming us, even though the label may say "all natural" and other names disguising a food product as healthy. Dr. Hyman breaks...

    "The choice of nutritional philosophies is endless these days: we can go vegan; vegetarian; ketogenic; Paleo; fleixarian; pescatarian; Mediterranean; high-fat low-carb; high-carb low-fat; raw; and on and on. Trying to find the best one can be overwhelming." (page 288 Food by Mark Hyman...

    I was fortunate to receive a free copy of this book. I have followed Dr. Hyman's PBS programs in the past and I like his basics for healthy eating. I read the book and enjoyed it. It is very easy to follow.He lays out the simple basics of healthy eating,just eat nature made foods,not m...

    Already being a fairly healthy eater, I'm not sure what I expected from this book . But I know I didn't expect to come away feeling that nothing is safe to eat! Unless I have access to only grass fed lamb and beef, chickens that run happily around on the farm all day and produce that...

    If you?re someone who wants the WHY behind your nutrition choices - this is the book for you. Dr. Hyman breaks down the science, the research and the business behind what we eat and what?s being sold to us - to help give you a clear picture of what you want to eat to be your health...

    Author: Mark Hyman Entertainment Value: 6/10 Life Value: 9/10 This Book is For: de-mystifying the current research and information around diet, nutrition and lifestyle. Mark Hyman is an OG in the functional medicine space and a genuine pioneer in the field of optimal nutrition. I?...

    I make it a point to read one health-related book a year, so when a friend recommended this one, I figured, Why not? My diet could probably use some tweaking. I ordered it through our library's zip books program, and I liked it well enough to order a copy for myself. I plan to do the 1...

    Nothing new. Redundant. ...

    I appreciated how this book broke down various types of foods by chapter. Hyman shared the good, bad and the ugly about the food business and the nutrients your body needs. This is certainly a book I will purchase. ...

    Not only a great read, but a wonderful reference tool! Will have several pages marked for info, great recipes, and reminders of why I should eat whole foods !!!! ...

    This book makes so much sense to me - has really changed the way I look at food - food quality and what I am eating. ...

    Great information -- awkwardly organized ...

    I really enjoyed the complete description of the differences between organic, pasture, grass fed, etc. for the different kinds of meat, etc. I am going to have to go back through a second time to completely absorb it all. LOTS of information and explanation for why it is or isn't good ...

    Perfect read for those wanting to know about food and nutrition! What is known now is so different from what you may have learned years ago. A must read! simple to follow and the structure of each section is perfect for understanding. Nutrition is so much more than just eating for ener...

    Not that great. ...

  • Jennifer
    Mar 25, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

    If you are confused by all the conflicting information about food and what we should eat, then read this. I heard Dr. Hyman on a podcast and decided to read this book and I am so glad I did. He has done an insane amount of research and his advice and guidelines make total sense. The go...

  • Vannessa Anderson
    Jul 21, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

  • Megan
    Jul 31, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

    If you are confused by all the conflicting information about food and what we should eat, then read this. I heard Dr. Hyman on a podcast and decided to read this book and I am so glad I did. He has done an insane amount of research and his advice and guidelines make total sense. The go...

    This is an exceptional book. Everything you want to know about food, our Food Industry, the way food is grown, the things we should become aware of that may be harming us, even though the label may say "all natural" and other names disguising a food product as healthy. Dr. Hyman breaks...

    "The choice of nutritional philosophies is endless these days: we can go vegan; vegetarian; ketogenic; Paleo; fleixarian; pescatarian; Mediterranean; high-fat low-carb; high-carb low-fat; raw; and on and on. Trying to find the best one can be overwhelming." (page 288 Food by Mark Hyman...

    I was fortunate to receive a free copy of this book. I have followed Dr. Hyman's PBS programs in the past and I like his basics for healthy eating. I read the book and enjoyed it. It is very easy to follow.He lays out the simple basics of healthy eating,just eat nature made foods,not m...

    Already being a fairly healthy eater, I'm not sure what I expected from this book . But I know I didn't expect to come away feeling that nothing is safe to eat! Unless I have access to only grass fed lamb and beef, chickens that run happily around on the farm all day and produce that...

    If you?re someone who wants the WHY behind your nutrition choices - this is the book for you. Dr. Hyman breaks down the science, the research and the business behind what we eat and what?s being sold to us - to help give you a clear picture of what you want to eat to be your health...

    Author: Mark Hyman Entertainment Value: 6/10 Life Value: 9/10 This Book is For: de-mystifying the current research and information around diet, nutrition and lifestyle. Mark Hyman is an OG in the functional medicine space and a genuine pioneer in the field of optimal nutrition. I?...

    I make it a point to read one health-related book a year, so when a friend recommended this one, I figured, Why not? My diet could probably use some tweaking. I ordered it through our library's zip books program, and I liked it well enough to order a copy for myself. I plan to do the 1...

    Nothing new. Redundant. ...

    I appreciated how this book broke down various types of foods by chapter. Hyman shared the good, bad and the ugly about the food business and the nutrients your body needs. This is certainly a book I will purchase. ...

  • Ariste Egan
    Mar 27, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

    If you are confused by all the conflicting information about food and what we should eat, then read this. I heard Dr. Hyman on a podcast and decided to read this book and I am so glad I did. He has done an insane amount of research and his advice and guidelines make total sense. The go...

    This is an exceptional book. Everything you want to know about food, our Food Industry, the way food is grown, the things we should become aware of that may be harming us, even though the label may say "all natural" and other names disguising a food product as healthy. Dr. Hyman breaks...

    "The choice of nutritional philosophies is endless these days: we can go vegan; vegetarian; ketogenic; Paleo; fleixarian; pescatarian; Mediterranean; high-fat low-carb; high-carb low-fat; raw; and on and on. Trying to find the best one can be overwhelming." (page 288 Food by Mark Hyman...

    I was fortunate to receive a free copy of this book. I have followed Dr. Hyman's PBS programs in the past and I like his basics for healthy eating. I read the book and enjoyed it. It is very easy to follow.He lays out the simple basics of healthy eating,just eat nature made foods,not m...

    Already being a fairly healthy eater, I'm not sure what I expected from this book . But I know I didn't expect to come away feeling that nothing is safe to eat! Unless I have access to only grass fed lamb and beef, chickens that run happily around on the farm all day and produce that...

  • Amber
    Jan 06, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

  • Laurie
    Apr 05, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

    If you are confused by all the conflicting information about food and what we should eat, then read this. I heard Dr. Hyman on a podcast and decided to read this book and I am so glad I did. He has done an insane amount of research and his advice and guidelines make total sense. The go...

    This is an exceptional book. Everything you want to know about food, our Food Industry, the way food is grown, the things we should become aware of that may be harming us, even though the label may say "all natural" and other names disguising a food product as healthy. Dr. Hyman breaks...

    "The choice of nutritional philosophies is endless these days: we can go vegan; vegetarian; ketogenic; Paleo; fleixarian; pescatarian; Mediterranean; high-fat low-carb; high-carb low-fat; raw; and on and on. Trying to find the best one can be overwhelming." (page 288 Food by Mark Hyman...

    I was fortunate to receive a free copy of this book. I have followed Dr. Hyman's PBS programs in the past and I like his basics for healthy eating. I read the book and enjoyed it. It is very easy to follow.He lays out the simple basics of healthy eating,just eat nature made foods,not m...

  • Hazel Bright
    Jun 14, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

    If you are confused by all the conflicting information about food and what we should eat, then read this. I heard Dr. Hyman on a podcast and decided to read this book and I am so glad I did. He has done an insane amount of research and his advice and guidelines make total sense. The go...

    This is an exceptional book. Everything you want to know about food, our Food Industry, the way food is grown, the things we should become aware of that may be harming us, even though the label may say "all natural" and other names disguising a food product as healthy. Dr. Hyman breaks...

    "The choice of nutritional philosophies is endless these days: we can go vegan; vegetarian; ketogenic; Paleo; fleixarian; pescatarian; Mediterranean; high-fat low-carb; high-carb low-fat; raw; and on and on. Trying to find the best one can be overwhelming." (page 288 Food by Mark Hyman...

    I was fortunate to receive a free copy of this book. I have followed Dr. Hyman's PBS programs in the past and I like his basics for healthy eating. I read the book and enjoyed it. It is very easy to follow.He lays out the simple basics of healthy eating,just eat nature made foods,not m...

    Already being a fairly healthy eater, I'm not sure what I expected from this book . But I know I didn't expect to come away feeling that nothing is safe to eat! Unless I have access to only grass fed lamb and beef, chickens that run happily around on the farm all day and produce that...

    If you?re someone who wants the WHY behind your nutrition choices - this is the book for you. Dr. Hyman breaks down the science, the research and the business behind what we eat and what?s being sold to us - to help give you a clear picture of what you want to eat to be your health...

    Author: Mark Hyman Entertainment Value: 6/10 Life Value: 9/10 This Book is For: de-mystifying the current research and information around diet, nutrition and lifestyle. Mark Hyman is an OG in the functional medicine space and a genuine pioneer in the field of optimal nutrition. I?...

    I make it a point to read one health-related book a year, so when a friend recommended this one, I figured, Why not? My diet could probably use some tweaking. I ordered it through our library's zip books program, and I liked it well enough to order a copy for myself. I plan to do the 1...

    Nothing new. Redundant. ...

    I appreciated how this book broke down various types of foods by chapter. Hyman shared the good, bad and the ugly about the food business and the nutrients your body needs. This is certainly a book I will purchase. ...

    Not only a great read, but a wonderful reference tool! Will have several pages marked for info, great recipes, and reminders of why I should eat whole foods !!!! ...

    This book makes so much sense to me - has really changed the way I look at food - food quality and what I am eating. ...

    Great information -- awkwardly organized ...

    I really enjoyed the complete description of the differences between organic, pasture, grass fed, etc. for the different kinds of meat, etc. I am going to have to go back through a second time to completely absorb it all. LOTS of information and explanation for why it is or isn't good ...

    Perfect read for those wanting to know about food and nutrition! What is known now is so different from what you may have learned years ago. A must read! simple to follow and the structure of each section is perfect for understanding. Nutrition is so much more than just eating for ener...

    Not that great. ...

    What sets this book apart from other books about food is its global perspective: Dr. Hyman describes the environmental impact of each food category he discusses, generally arriving at the conclusion that foods that nourish us best also nourish our spirits and our entire planet. He has ...

  • Debbie Boucher
    Jul 28, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

    If you are confused by all the conflicting information about food and what we should eat, then read this. I heard Dr. Hyman on a podcast and decided to read this book and I am so glad I did. He has done an insane amount of research and his advice and guidelines make total sense. The go...

    This is an exceptional book. Everything you want to know about food, our Food Industry, the way food is grown, the things we should become aware of that may be harming us, even though the label may say "all natural" and other names disguising a food product as healthy. Dr. Hyman breaks...

    "The choice of nutritional philosophies is endless these days: we can go vegan; vegetarian; ketogenic; Paleo; fleixarian; pescatarian; Mediterranean; high-fat low-carb; high-carb low-fat; raw; and on and on. Trying to find the best one can be overwhelming." (page 288 Food by Mark Hyman...

    I was fortunate to receive a free copy of this book. I have followed Dr. Hyman's PBS programs in the past and I like his basics for healthy eating. I read the book and enjoyed it. It is very easy to follow.He lays out the simple basics of healthy eating,just eat nature made foods,not m...

    Already being a fairly healthy eater, I'm not sure what I expected from this book . But I know I didn't expect to come away feeling that nothing is safe to eat! Unless I have access to only grass fed lamb and beef, chickens that run happily around on the farm all day and produce that...

    If you?re someone who wants the WHY behind your nutrition choices - this is the book for you. Dr. Hyman breaks down the science, the research and the business behind what we eat and what?s being sold to us - to help give you a clear picture of what you want to eat to be your health...

    Author: Mark Hyman Entertainment Value: 6/10 Life Value: 9/10 This Book is For: de-mystifying the current research and information around diet, nutrition and lifestyle. Mark Hyman is an OG in the functional medicine space and a genuine pioneer in the field of optimal nutrition. I?...

    I make it a point to read one health-related book a year, so when a friend recommended this one, I figured, Why not? My diet could probably use some tweaking. I ordered it through our library's zip books program, and I liked it well enough to order a copy for myself. I plan to do the 1...

  • Cindy
    Jul 08, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

  • Mary
    Apr 01, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

  • Christopher Lawson
    Feb 16, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

  • Cindy Reed pierce
    Jun 29, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

    If you are confused by all the conflicting information about food and what we should eat, then read this. I heard Dr. Hyman on a podcast and decided to read this book and I am so glad I did. He has done an insane amount of research and his advice and guidelines make total sense. The go...

    This is an exceptional book. Everything you want to know about food, our Food Industry, the way food is grown, the things we should become aware of that may be harming us, even though the label may say "all natural" and other names disguising a food product as healthy. Dr. Hyman breaks...

    "The choice of nutritional philosophies is endless these days: we can go vegan; vegetarian; ketogenic; Paleo; fleixarian; pescatarian; Mediterranean; high-fat low-carb; high-carb low-fat; raw; and on and on. Trying to find the best one can be overwhelming." (page 288 Food by Mark Hyman...

    I was fortunate to receive a free copy of this book. I have followed Dr. Hyman's PBS programs in the past and I like his basics for healthy eating. I read the book and enjoyed it. It is very easy to follow.He lays out the simple basics of healthy eating,just eat nature made foods,not m...

    Already being a fairly healthy eater, I'm not sure what I expected from this book . But I know I didn't expect to come away feeling that nothing is safe to eat! Unless I have access to only grass fed lamb and beef, chickens that run happily around on the farm all day and produce that...

    If you?re someone who wants the WHY behind your nutrition choices - this is the book for you. Dr. Hyman breaks down the science, the research and the business behind what we eat and what?s being sold to us - to help give you a clear picture of what you want to eat to be your health...

    Author: Mark Hyman Entertainment Value: 6/10 Life Value: 9/10 This Book is For: de-mystifying the current research and information around diet, nutrition and lifestyle. Mark Hyman is an OG in the functional medicine space and a genuine pioneer in the field of optimal nutrition. I?...

    I make it a point to read one health-related book a year, so when a friend recommended this one, I figured, Why not? My diet could probably use some tweaking. I ordered it through our library's zip books program, and I liked it well enough to order a copy for myself. I plan to do the 1...

    Nothing new. Redundant. ...

    I appreciated how this book broke down various types of foods by chapter. Hyman shared the good, bad and the ugly about the food business and the nutrients your body needs. This is certainly a book I will purchase. ...

    Not only a great read, but a wonderful reference tool! Will have several pages marked for info, great recipes, and reminders of why I should eat whole foods !!!! ...

    This book makes so much sense to me - has really changed the way I look at food - food quality and what I am eating. ...

    Great information -- awkwardly organized ...

    I really enjoyed the complete description of the differences between organic, pasture, grass fed, etc. for the different kinds of meat, etc. I am going to have to go back through a second time to completely absorb it all. LOTS of information and explanation for why it is or isn't good ...

  • Gabriel Perera
    Apr 02, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

    If you are confused by all the conflicting information about food and what we should eat, then read this. I heard Dr. Hyman on a podcast and decided to read this book and I am so glad I did. He has done an insane amount of research and his advice and guidelines make total sense. The go...

    This is an exceptional book. Everything you want to know about food, our Food Industry, the way food is grown, the things we should become aware of that may be harming us, even though the label may say "all natural" and other names disguising a food product as healthy. Dr. Hyman breaks...

    "The choice of nutritional philosophies is endless these days: we can go vegan; vegetarian; ketogenic; Paleo; fleixarian; pescatarian; Mediterranean; high-fat low-carb; high-carb low-fat; raw; and on and on. Trying to find the best one can be overwhelming." (page 288 Food by Mark Hyman...

    I was fortunate to receive a free copy of this book. I have followed Dr. Hyman's PBS programs in the past and I like his basics for healthy eating. I read the book and enjoyed it. It is very easy to follow.He lays out the simple basics of healthy eating,just eat nature made foods,not m...

    Already being a fairly healthy eater, I'm not sure what I expected from this book . But I know I didn't expect to come away feeling that nothing is safe to eat! Unless I have access to only grass fed lamb and beef, chickens that run happily around on the farm all day and produce that...

    If you?re someone who wants the WHY behind your nutrition choices - this is the book for you. Dr. Hyman breaks down the science, the research and the business behind what we eat and what?s being sold to us - to help give you a clear picture of what you want to eat to be your health...

    Author: Mark Hyman Entertainment Value: 6/10 Life Value: 9/10 This Book is For: de-mystifying the current research and information around diet, nutrition and lifestyle. Mark Hyman is an OG in the functional medicine space and a genuine pioneer in the field of optimal nutrition. I?...

  • Margaret Hamilton
    Jul 03, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

    If you are confused by all the conflicting information about food and what we should eat, then read this. I heard Dr. Hyman on a podcast and decided to read this book and I am so glad I did. He has done an insane amount of research and his advice and guidelines make total sense. The go...

    This is an exceptional book. Everything you want to know about food, our Food Industry, the way food is grown, the things we should become aware of that may be harming us, even though the label may say "all natural" and other names disguising a food product as healthy. Dr. Hyman breaks...

    "The choice of nutritional philosophies is endless these days: we can go vegan; vegetarian; ketogenic; Paleo; fleixarian; pescatarian; Mediterranean; high-fat low-carb; high-carb low-fat; raw; and on and on. Trying to find the best one can be overwhelming." (page 288 Food by Mark Hyman...

    I was fortunate to receive a free copy of this book. I have followed Dr. Hyman's PBS programs in the past and I like his basics for healthy eating. I read the book and enjoyed it. It is very easy to follow.He lays out the simple basics of healthy eating,just eat nature made foods,not m...

    Already being a fairly healthy eater, I'm not sure what I expected from this book . But I know I didn't expect to come away feeling that nothing is safe to eat! Unless I have access to only grass fed lamb and beef, chickens that run happily around on the farm all day and produce that...

    If you?re someone who wants the WHY behind your nutrition choices - this is the book for you. Dr. Hyman breaks down the science, the research and the business behind what we eat and what?s being sold to us - to help give you a clear picture of what you want to eat to be your health...

    Author: Mark Hyman Entertainment Value: 6/10 Life Value: 9/10 This Book is For: de-mystifying the current research and information around diet, nutrition and lifestyle. Mark Hyman is an OG in the functional medicine space and a genuine pioneer in the field of optimal nutrition. I?...

    I make it a point to read one health-related book a year, so when a friend recommended this one, I figured, Why not? My diet could probably use some tweaking. I ordered it through our library's zip books program, and I liked it well enough to order a copy for myself. I plan to do the 1...

    Nothing new. Redundant. ...

    I appreciated how this book broke down various types of foods by chapter. Hyman shared the good, bad and the ugly about the food business and the nutrients your body needs. This is certainly a book I will purchase. ...

    Not only a great read, but a wonderful reference tool! Will have several pages marked for info, great recipes, and reminders of why I should eat whole foods !!!! ...

    This book makes so much sense to me - has really changed the way I look at food - food quality and what I am eating. ...

  • Heather
    Mar 04, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

  • Amy Kreydin
    Jan 20, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

  • Moaning
    Jul 09, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

  • ELIZABETH TIERNEY
    Jul 02, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

    If you are confused by all the conflicting information about food and what we should eat, then read this. I heard Dr. Hyman on a podcast and decided to read this book and I am so glad I did. He has done an insane amount of research and his advice and guidelines make total sense. The go...

    This is an exceptional book. Everything you want to know about food, our Food Industry, the way food is grown, the things we should become aware of that may be harming us, even though the label may say "all natural" and other names disguising a food product as healthy. Dr. Hyman breaks...

    "The choice of nutritional philosophies is endless these days: we can go vegan; vegetarian; ketogenic; Paleo; fleixarian; pescatarian; Mediterranean; high-fat low-carb; high-carb low-fat; raw; and on and on. Trying to find the best one can be overwhelming." (page 288 Food by Mark Hyman...

    I was fortunate to receive a free copy of this book. I have followed Dr. Hyman's PBS programs in the past and I like his basics for healthy eating. I read the book and enjoyed it. It is very easy to follow.He lays out the simple basics of healthy eating,just eat nature made foods,not m...

    Already being a fairly healthy eater, I'm not sure what I expected from this book . But I know I didn't expect to come away feeling that nothing is safe to eat! Unless I have access to only grass fed lamb and beef, chickens that run happily around on the farm all day and produce that...

    If you?re someone who wants the WHY behind your nutrition choices - this is the book for you. Dr. Hyman breaks down the science, the research and the business behind what we eat and what?s being sold to us - to help give you a clear picture of what you want to eat to be your health...

    Author: Mark Hyman Entertainment Value: 6/10 Life Value: 9/10 This Book is For: de-mystifying the current research and information around diet, nutrition and lifestyle. Mark Hyman is an OG in the functional medicine space and a genuine pioneer in the field of optimal nutrition. I?...

    I make it a point to read one health-related book a year, so when a friend recommended this one, I figured, Why not? My diet could probably use some tweaking. I ordered it through our library's zip books program, and I liked it well enough to order a copy for myself. I plan to do the 1...

    Nothing new. Redundant. ...

    I appreciated how this book broke down various types of foods by chapter. Hyman shared the good, bad and the ugly about the food business and the nutrients your body needs. This is certainly a book I will purchase. ...

    Not only a great read, but a wonderful reference tool! Will have several pages marked for info, great recipes, and reminders of why I should eat whole foods !!!! ...

    This book makes so much sense to me - has really changed the way I look at food - food quality and what I am eating. ...

    Great information -- awkwardly organized ...

  • Ms. Awai
    Apr 30, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

  • Mary Lou
    Jul 04, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

    If you are confused by all the conflicting information about food and what we should eat, then read this. I heard Dr. Hyman on a podcast and decided to read this book and I am so glad I did. He has done an insane amount of research and his advice and guidelines make total sense. The go...

    This is an exceptional book. Everything you want to know about food, our Food Industry, the way food is grown, the things we should become aware of that may be harming us, even though the label may say "all natural" and other names disguising a food product as healthy. Dr. Hyman breaks...

    "The choice of nutritional philosophies is endless these days: we can go vegan; vegetarian; ketogenic; Paleo; fleixarian; pescatarian; Mediterranean; high-fat low-carb; high-carb low-fat; raw; and on and on. Trying to find the best one can be overwhelming." (page 288 Food by Mark Hyman...

    I was fortunate to receive a free copy of this book. I have followed Dr. Hyman's PBS programs in the past and I like his basics for healthy eating. I read the book and enjoyed it. It is very easy to follow.He lays out the simple basics of healthy eating,just eat nature made foods,not m...

    Already being a fairly healthy eater, I'm not sure what I expected from this book . But I know I didn't expect to come away feeling that nothing is safe to eat! Unless I have access to only grass fed lamb and beef, chickens that run happily around on the farm all day and produce that...

    If you?re someone who wants the WHY behind your nutrition choices - this is the book for you. Dr. Hyman breaks down the science, the research and the business behind what we eat and what?s being sold to us - to help give you a clear picture of what you want to eat to be your health...

    Author: Mark Hyman Entertainment Value: 6/10 Life Value: 9/10 This Book is For: de-mystifying the current research and information around diet, nutrition and lifestyle. Mark Hyman is an OG in the functional medicine space and a genuine pioneer in the field of optimal nutrition. I?...

    I make it a point to read one health-related book a year, so when a friend recommended this one, I figured, Why not? My diet could probably use some tweaking. I ordered it through our library's zip books program, and I liked it well enough to order a copy for myself. I plan to do the 1...

    Nothing new. Redundant. ...

  • Scott County Library System
    Feb 15, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

    If you are confused by all the conflicting information about food and what we should eat, then read this. I heard Dr. Hyman on a podcast and decided to read this book and I am so glad I did. He has done an insane amount of research and his advice and guidelines make total sense. The go...

    This is an exceptional book. Everything you want to know about food, our Food Industry, the way food is grown, the things we should become aware of that may be harming us, even though the label may say "all natural" and other names disguising a food product as healthy. Dr. Hyman breaks...

    "The choice of nutritional philosophies is endless these days: we can go vegan; vegetarian; ketogenic; Paleo; fleixarian; pescatarian; Mediterranean; high-fat low-carb; high-carb low-fat; raw; and on and on. Trying to find the best one can be overwhelming." (page 288 Food by Mark Hyman...

  • Donna Markussen
    Apr 18, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

    If you are confused by all the conflicting information about food and what we should eat, then read this. I heard Dr. Hyman on a podcast and decided to read this book and I am so glad I did. He has done an insane amount of research and his advice and guidelines make total sense. The go...

    This is an exceptional book. Everything you want to know about food, our Food Industry, the way food is grown, the things we should become aware of that may be harming us, even though the label may say "all natural" and other names disguising a food product as healthy. Dr. Hyman breaks...

  • Catherine Gauthier
    Jun 29, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

    If you are confused by all the conflicting information about food and what we should eat, then read this. I heard Dr. Hyman on a podcast and decided to read this book and I am so glad I did. He has done an insane amount of research and his advice and guidelines make total sense. The go...

    This is an exceptional book. Everything you want to know about food, our Food Industry, the way food is grown, the things we should become aware of that may be harming us, even though the label may say "all natural" and other names disguising a food product as healthy. Dr. Hyman breaks...

    "The choice of nutritional philosophies is endless these days: we can go vegan; vegetarian; ketogenic; Paleo; fleixarian; pescatarian; Mediterranean; high-fat low-carb; high-carb low-fat; raw; and on and on. Trying to find the best one can be overwhelming." (page 288 Food by Mark Hyman...

    I was fortunate to receive a free copy of this book. I have followed Dr. Hyman's PBS programs in the past and I like his basics for healthy eating. I read the book and enjoyed it. It is very easy to follow.He lays out the simple basics of healthy eating,just eat nature made foods,not m...

    Already being a fairly healthy eater, I'm not sure what I expected from this book . But I know I didn't expect to come away feeling that nothing is safe to eat! Unless I have access to only grass fed lamb and beef, chickens that run happily around on the farm all day and produce that...

    If you?re someone who wants the WHY behind your nutrition choices - this is the book for you. Dr. Hyman breaks down the science, the research and the business behind what we eat and what?s being sold to us - to help give you a clear picture of what you want to eat to be your health...

    Author: Mark Hyman Entertainment Value: 6/10 Life Value: 9/10 This Book is For: de-mystifying the current research and information around diet, nutrition and lifestyle. Mark Hyman is an OG in the functional medicine space and a genuine pioneer in the field of optimal nutrition. I?...

    I make it a point to read one health-related book a year, so when a friend recommended this one, I figured, Why not? My diet could probably use some tweaking. I ordered it through our library's zip books program, and I liked it well enough to order a copy for myself. I plan to do the 1...

    Nothing new. Redundant. ...

    I appreciated how this book broke down various types of foods by chapter. Hyman shared the good, bad and the ugly about the food business and the nutrients your body needs. This is certainly a book I will purchase. ...

    Not only a great read, but a wonderful reference tool! Will have several pages marked for info, great recipes, and reminders of why I should eat whole foods !!!! ...

    This book makes so much sense to me - has really changed the way I look at food - food quality and what I am eating. ...

    Great information -- awkwardly organized ...

    I really enjoyed the complete description of the differences between organic, pasture, grass fed, etc. for the different kinds of meat, etc. I am going to have to go back through a second time to completely absorb it all. LOTS of information and explanation for why it is or isn't good ...

    Perfect read for those wanting to know about food and nutrition! What is known now is so different from what you may have learned years ago. A must read! simple to follow and the structure of each section is perfect for understanding. Nutrition is so much more than just eating for ener...

  • Kristy
    Jul 03, 2018

    About a month ago I read Gary Taubes new book called ?The Case Against Sugar?...in where he exposes the facade we have been lead to believe about Sugar. Carbohydrates were increasing - diabetes was increasing- while we went through a the anti-fat period. Sugar-pushing companies wer...

    This book definitely made an impact. It remains to be seen what effect it will have, if any. Hence, the no-rating. In a nutshell: Beans: not as great for you as we?ve been led to believe; dairy: quite harmful; carbs: not needed. Beef/eggs: necessary. Organic, good quality products...

    Contrary to the author's assertion, this is not an impartial and rational approach to food and eating. His all-or-nothing approach contributes to the escalating eating disorder problem. I was disappointed and appalled when the author recommended a "detox" program in the last part of th...

    If You Come Across A Strange Sea Vegetable, Eat It! That?s right--it?s important to eat a wide variety of veggies, especially the odd ones! Forgot those common veggies you see at the market. Instead, ?Eat all the strange, weird, and unpopular veggies instead of the boring, all...

    Interesting read! Well-researched and well-written, in an easy-to-understand format. However, I do want to caution that the information Hyman presents is as of right now, and I emphasize RIGHT NOW! Nutrition is a science and science is forever changing! Having said this, Hyman t...

    This book was awesome! I love how it was set up and how it tackled ethical and sustainable issues with each food in addition to health benefits and pitfalls. It is backed by research, explained in a way that does not require you to have an extensive medical background, leaves the reade...

    I received an advanced review copy of Mark Hyman's forthcoming book Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? which I enjoyed a good deal. Full review: http://www.thebarefootdragonfly.com/b... ...

    Food What the Heck Should I Eat opens with an easy challenge to help readers learn how much they know about food. What I learned 1. Pepsi has learned how to grow and harvest human taste buds in the lab. 2. The sugar industry drives our obesity epidemic. 3. We eat Frankenfoods: ...

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who knows what it is like to struggle with intestinal issues and never quite know which food is the culprit. There is a tremendous amount of scientific research that Dr. Hyman has collected regarding which foods we can eat to help us become h...

    Good for those that believe in removing sugar and processed foods from their diet but don't want or believe in eliminating entire food groups, this book provides good information on the best choices from an health, economic and environmental consideration. ...

    When he said he worked on the "Fed Up" documentary, I stopped reading. My opinion is based on that. ...

    The answer to the title question is apparently - nothing you can buy! If you don't make it yourself from produce you've grown your self, fish you've caught in the wild, or chickens or cows you've raised on grass then you probably shouldn't eat it.... that's how bad our food supply has ...

    In ?Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?? Dr Mark Hyman expertly guides the reader through the many nutrition pitfalls of modern life. Each chapter goes deep into a food group, starting with meat. Nutritional studies are mentioned and meticulously noted. He is as concerned about the e...

    If you are confused by all the conflicting information about food and what we should eat, then read this. I heard Dr. Hyman on a podcast and decided to read this book and I am so glad I did. He has done an insane amount of research and his advice and guidelines make total sense. The go...

    This is an exceptional book. Everything you want to know about food, our Food Industry, the way food is grown, the things we should become aware of that may be harming us, even though the label may say "all natural" and other names disguising a food product as healthy. Dr. Hyman breaks...

    "The choice of nutritional philosophies is endless these days: we can go vegan; vegetarian; ketogenic; Paleo; fleixarian; pescatarian; Mediterranean; high-fat low-carb; high-carb low-fat; raw; and on and on. Trying to find the best one can be overwhelming." (page 288 Food by Mark Hyman...

    I was fortunate to receive a free copy of this book. I have followed Dr. Hyman's PBS programs in the past and I like his basics for healthy eating. I read the book and enjoyed it. It is very easy to follow.He lays out the simple basics of healthy eating,just eat nature made foods,not m...

    Already being a fairly healthy eater, I'm not sure what I expected from this book . But I know I didn't expect to come away feeling that nothing is safe to eat! Unless I have access to only grass fed lamb and beef, chickens that run happily around on the farm all day and produce that...

    If you?re someone who wants the WHY behind your nutrition choices - this is the book for you. Dr. Hyman breaks down the science, the research and the business behind what we eat and what?s being sold to us - to help give you a clear picture of what you want to eat to be your health...

    Author: Mark Hyman Entertainment Value: 6/10 Life Value: 9/10 This Book is For: de-mystifying the current research and information around diet, nutrition and lifestyle. Mark Hyman is an OG in the functional medicine space and a genuine pioneer in the field of optimal nutrition. I?...

    I make it a point to read one health-related book a year, so when a friend recommended this one, I figured, Why not? My diet could probably use some tweaking. I ordered it through our library's zip books program, and I liked it well enough to order a copy for myself. I plan to do the 1...

    Nothing new. Redundant. ...

    I appreciated how this book broke down various types of foods by chapter. Hyman shared the good, bad and the ugly about the food business and the nutrients your body needs. This is certainly a book I will purchase. ...

    Not only a great read, but a wonderful reference tool! Will have several pages marked for info, great recipes, and reminders of why I should eat whole foods !!!! ...