25 May 2009

The End of Overeating

Yesterday I read about this book over at Skwigg Blog. I found her description very interesting and decided to check the book out. OMG!!! This book is so fantastic and should be read by every person. I had gotten onto a little bit of the problem, but I did not see the entire picture. A while back I gave up on sweets (well, mostly) because I was absolutely convinced that eating sugar made me crave more sugar. I was right but I was missing part of the story. It's not only sugar it's fat and salt too. It's absolutely amazing the things that are done to our food. I'm not done with the book. I'm listening to it and I may have to listen again. In fact, I may have to go buy it. It is that powerful. If you are at all concerned with what you eat you need to read this because you are being fooled. I won't go so far as to say lied to because I don't believe we are asking the right questions to be lied to. Anyway, it's a great book and it has already changed the way I view processed food.

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