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A Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter at the New York Times, Moss delivers an indictment of the processed-food industry. In fact, hes been doing that pretty regularly in the pages of the Times, with challenges to USDA Food Safety Practices and stories of tainted meat that make your stomach clutch. Here, he takes the Big Three-salt, sugar, and fat-and shows how the food industry has used these basic, inexpensive ingredients to get us actually addicted to food we dont need in our systems and is slowly killing us. Read after lunch.

GenreNonFiction
Health, Mind and Body
Sociological
TopicsFood industry
Public health
Nutrition
Corporate greed
Business
Sociology