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Nutrition
  • Author:
    Janet Colson
  • ISBN:
    0073514470
  • ISBN13:
    978-0073514475
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  • Publisher:
    McGraw-Hill Education; 2 edition (February 25, 2011)
  • Pages:
    352 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Nutrition
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by Janet M Colson (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1259661631 has been added to your Cart. Although this format does NOT make it simple to learn about nutrition, for a 200-level college course, I think contrasting views is a sane and appropriate way to become educated about the fine points of nutrition for wellness. Each topic, including sodium intake, soy, GMO's, junk food, dietary fat, sugar intake, et. has both a pro and a con article reproduced (cited) with a clearly stated opinion.

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Huston
Although this format does NOT make it simple to learn about nutrition, for a 200-level college course, I think contrasting views is a sane and appropriate way to become educated about the fine points of nutrition for wellness. Each topic, including sodium intake, soy, GMO's, junk food, dietary fat, sugar intake, etc., has both a pro and a con article reproduced (cited) with a clearly stated opinion. And each topic ends with a page of citations for further research, for those that desire it. I appreciate that there are lots of websites cited, since that's where most of us moderns get a lot of our information. There are official organizations (American Heart Association, the Diabetic and Cancer societies, etc) cited but also some freelance investigative reporters' articles.

The format is intended to encourage debate of any material presented as "factual" and point out that there is ALWAYS an opposing opinion held by someone. Reading about all the studies that found a correlation between some poor health condition and a food group or ingredient was, honestly, pretty depressing. I thought I ate fairly healthy until I took the class that used this textbook; afterward, I felt like the only thing safe to eat was probably organic pine needles. (Cause jeez, a lot of our grains are GMO's now, commercially grown fruit is covered with pesticides that probably causes a cancerous DNA mutation daily, sodium is hiding everywhere and will give me horrible hypertension, manufacturers lace processed foods with an overabundance of high fructose corn syrup ... more GMO's .... guaranteed to leave me with a fatty liver, and soy has phytoestrogens that are attacking my breast tissue. ....... see, depressing). So only read this book if you're ready to think hard about what you've been putting in your mouth day after day.
Brakora
Used the book for school. The format within presents an idea or topic, then follows up with a "yes" article in favor of the topic and a "no" article disagreeing with the idea or topic. The section follows up with a conclusion and discussion questions. I love this format as it's very modern and new for me in school and is short enough to make me excited to dive in whenever I have time; making dinner, between classes, over lunch break at work, etc. I really liked this textbook and actually shared it with several friends who expressed interest in articles I showed them.
playboy
Needed it for a class. Sometimes had unusual choice of opposing articles but sources were solid and it was a good starting point for debate.
Qiahmagha
Needed this for a class.
Dianalmeena
Great product
Yahm
Good..
Kuve
I helped Dr. Colson do the research on this book and to proofread for her. I am so excited to see that my name is in the acknowledgements.
Needed it for class so I'm indifferent about the actual content of the book... Came in great condition though (brand new)