This Book Could Save Your Life: The Real Science of Living Longer Better

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Quercus, May 12, 2020 - Health & Fitness - 304 pages
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You are what you eat. Food and diet have an enormous influence on your health and well-being, but eating the right amount of the right things - and not too much of the wrong things - isn't easy. But, as in most walks of life, knowledge is power. This book will empower you to eat healthily, lose weight, and sort the fads from the science facts. This is the New Scientist take on a "New Year, New You" book: an eye-opening and myth-busting guide to everything from sugar to superfoods, from fasting to eating like a caveman and from veganism to your gut microbiome.

Forget faddy diet books or gimmicky exercise programs, this is what is scientifically proven to make you live longer and to be healthier and happier.
 

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About the Author
The truth about
The truth about carbs and sugar
The truth about salt
The truth about dairy
The truth about superfoods
The truth about organic food
The truth about breakfast
The truth about going vegan
The truth about probiotics
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After a degree in biochemistry and a MSc in science communication, both from Imperial College, Graham Lawton landed at !--~i~--New Scientist, where he has been for almost all the 21st century, first as features editor and now as executive editor. His writing and editing have won a number of awards.

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