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Imprint: Oneworld Publications

Subject: Health, Science


A Beginner's Guide

Sarah Brewer

A no-nonsense guide to the science of what we eat and how it affects our health

Shocking obesity rates, the rise of eating disorders, killer food allergies, super foods that cure cancer: as the headlines shout every week, we have never been more engaged, or struggled so hard, with what we put in our mouths.
Separating fact from fiction, award-winning health journalist and nutritionist Dr Sarah Brewer combines the latest science with practical advice on what really matters to explain exactly how food influences our health and well-being.

  • Publication date: July 4, 2013
  • ISBN: 9781851689248
  • RRP: £9.99
  • Pages: 192
  • Publication date: July 1, 2013
  • ISBN: 9781780740812
  • RRP: £4.99
  • Pages: 192


'A really fantastic introduction into the complex world of nutrition, and not just for the uninitiated.'

Dr Adam Carey, medical nutritionist, CEO of Corperformance Ltd, and former Head of Nutrition for the

'Should be on the shelves in school libraries and in all homes, read by parents, teachers, and pupils alike.'

Rachell Hipkiss, Head of Nutrition, Healthspan Ltd

“Essential reading and extremely timely… sets the record straight in a compelling and authoritative 'tour de force'.”

Glenn Gibson - Professor and Head of Food Microbial Sciences, University of Reading

Sarah Brewer

Dr Sarah Brewer is a licensed medical doctor and registered nutritionist and nutritional therapist. She has authored over 50 popular health books, and is a former Health Journalist of the Year, having worked as a columnist for a number of UK newspapers and magazines, including, the Daily Telegraph, the Daily Mirror and Prima. She currently lives in the UK.

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