Aaron Carroll, a pediatrician and NEW YORK TIMES contributor, shares his somewhat controversial take on the most recently published research on nutrition, eating, health, and quality-of-life matters. With distinct vocal clarity, narrator Jeff Cummings conveys Carroll's perspectives in a relaxed, reassuring manner. Kate Rudd offers an unremarkable narration of Nina Teicholz's foreword. Each chapter discusses a single hot-button food that at some point has been identified as "bad" or "sinful," such as butter and fats, salt, gluten, coffee, and many others. Carroll consistently debunks the prevalent negative thinking about them. Not surprisingly, he says moderation in nearly all foods is best. Listener, beware: You may be tempted at this audiobook's conclusion to fire up the barbeque for some steaks topped with butter. W.A.G. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine [Published: NOVEMBER 2017]
Trade Ed. Brilliance Audio 2017
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