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What the Heck Should I Eat?

Profile picture of mark-hyman-m-d Mark Hyman, M.D (Author)
Feb 27, 2018 | 400 Pages
Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?

Being healthy is hard enough, but with all of the research on food out there, it's tough to know what information to trust. However, Dr. Mark Hyman makes it easy by doing the dirty work and sorting through everything you need to know in terms of exactly what to put into your body.

You might be surprised to learn that oatmeal, milk, and eggs aren't as healthy as you thought they were.

It can be difficult for anyone, even those who are health conscious, to determine what eating habits will lead to weight loss, fitness, and improved health.

With so many mixed and ever-changing opinions on diet, it can be tough to discern where to turn for reliable advice. Uninformed "common sense," lobbying from the food industry, bad science, and corrupt food policies and guidelines have only compounded the issue of nutritional confusion over the years. As a result, people often feel overwhelmed and anxious when they need to go grocery shopping.

Dr. Mark Hyman is here to tell us what we're doing wrong when it comes to food choices. In his book Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?​, he looks at each type of food and explains which are good for our health and which ones are not so good.

Dr. Hyman exposes myths and breaks down the science behind a variety of topics, ranging from grains to legumes, meat to dairy, fats to artificial sweeteners, and more.

In this book, Dr. Hyman not only explains food's role as a type of medicine that can reverse chronic disease, but also how our current food system and policies impact the environment, social justice, and personal health.

In "Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?", author Mark Hyman sets out to dispel common myths about food and nutrition, while providing easy-to-understand science and delicious, wholesome recipes. This no-nonsense guide is essential reading for anyone looking to achieve optimal weight and lifelong health.

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