This book is the result of many years wading through myths about health and identifying the link between nutrition and health. Some of these myths have been diversions created by 'science'. Hypocrates, know as the father of modern medicine, said 'Let food be thy medicine'. One of the first things he asked a patient was what they had been eating. How many medical practitioners ask that these days?
It's the source of our food that is important. The book provides historical evidence to support this and points out that organic is not necessarily nutritionally more dense.
The book points out how some science, faulty for whatever reason, has led us astray.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has not been able to find a single disease that is not linked to nutrition. However, the author points out two other factors that come a close equal second.
|Size: ||1.4 MB|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781456624255 (EPUB)|