This book was a real eyeopener for me - it focuses on how we can change the way we eat by actually starting to notice the patterns we have when it comes to food. I love the fact that most of the book is based on conducted research. This book is for anyone who wants to become healthier and who wants to start noticing the patterns that are normally hidden in our ways around food.
So what did I take away from it ? and what was implemented ?
After reading the book through I went back to the chapters that where practical. One of the things I have been watching out for is portion size and how I present food to my family. I have smaller plates and I do more food at home. I buy smaller sizes of food and make smaller portions. Another point in the book was that if you had a French red wine and you presented it as a wine from Denmark (or North Carolina) people would think it tasted worse than if it was presented as premium wine from France. I try to look beyond the food wrapping and decode it. there's a 1000 words for a chicken breast and the sellers choose the words that sells. Anyway it's a real eyeopening must-read - I really enjoyed it =)
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