Learn How You Can Become an Enlightened Consumer in a Bewildering Marketplace
The path to good eating and good health is simple if one selects basic foods. However, we are bombarded by an abundance of highly processed food products of little nourishment.
This comprehensive selection of articles from the pioneering Consumers’ Research Magazine deals with vital questions about the health and safety of the everyday foods we choose. The articles in this book can enlighten you as a consumer in order for you to make intelligent choices in a bewildering marketplace.
About the Author: Beatrice Trum Hunter has written numerous books and articles on food and environmental issues. She has brought to public attention many subjects before general awareness with The Natural Foods Cookbook (1961), Gardening Without Poisons (1964), and Food Additives & Your Health (1972). As food editor of Consumers Research Magazine, Hunter continues to explore cutting-edge issues. She is an honorary member of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine, and has been the recipient of numerous awards.