Death by Supermarket
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Death by Supermarket

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by Nancy Deville
     
 

Although Americans worship youth and beauty, we are aging rapidly. Death by Supermarket makes a compelling case that the epidemic of obesity and degenerative and neurological diseases in the US is the result of a new form of malnutrition. Since World War II, factory produced food, diets, and drugs have caused a new type of malnutrition that manifests in obesity,

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Although Americans worship youth and beauty, we are aging rapidly. Death by Supermarket makes a compelling case that the epidemic of obesity and degenerative and neurological diseases in the US is the result of a new form of malnutrition. Since World War II, factory produced food, diets, and drugs have caused a new type of malnutrition that manifests in obesity, depression, lowered IQ, disease<and ugly death. Fat and sick, Americans are now preyed upon by the diet and drug industries. Writes author Nancy Deville, 3There is a division of the classes occurring in America that has less to do with money and more to do with personal choice. Increasingly, two distinct groups are emerging: the overweight, depressed, and sick, who eat of factory food, constantly diet, and rely on cocktails of over the counter and prescription drugs. The other group represents the eaters of organic real food who don1t diet, avoid taking drugs, and are healthy, fit, and happy.2 Death by Supermarket is a guide for busy Americans who want to break away from corporate influences and reclaim their genetic potential<to be as intelligent and physically and emotionally gifted as their genetics predispose them to be.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781569803325
Publisher:
Barricade Books, Incorporated
Publication date:
08/25/2007
Pages:
339
Product dimensions:
5.54(w) x 8.34(h) x 0.88(d)

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Death by Supermarket 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I came across this book after trying to find some healthy choices for my menopause symptons. I couldn't put this book down. It intrigued me. The more I read the more I felt sick to my stomach. The FDA is allowing our factory food makers to make us sick. I'm cleaning out my kitchen cupboard and refrigerator and getting back to basics. Good-bye to high fructose corn syrup, soy products, milk from factory milk farms etc. And yes, the Monsanto and many other companies are killing us internally and then the pharmaceutical companies are profiting by giving us pills. When instead, all we have to do is eat good wholesome food that isn't laden with chemicals. It's a must read!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
After feeling frustated in finding good wholesome foods for my tolder in the the supermarket, I bought this book to see what info it has for my family. So glad I did! This isn't some fanatical view--it makes perfect sense. We are living proof of our dietary intake. I can't afford to completely throw out everything in my pantry. But I will be replacing things once others run out. You WILL be amazed--we really should demand more from our food suppliers.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As a columnist for a local newspaper, I was sent this book by a publicist that wanted me to write about it. The title intrigued me, so I cracked it open. I am so glad I did. Nancy's information kept me riveted throughout the book. We are being poisoned by the additives that factory food makers are allowed to include in their products and all because the FDA claims that these additives are generally deemed safe. Well they might be if you ate them on occasion, but these additives are in everything. After reading the book, I cleaned out my pantry of almost all the boxed food that I have. Within days, I noticed that I was sleeping better, felt better and actually lost a few pounds without trying. We even noticed that our 12 year old daughter seemed calmer, less electric and better able to focus on her homework in the evening. Never cramming her view down your throat, Nancy points out, in easy to understand terms, that our processed food generation is fat and dying because the government is allowing the food makers to poison us little by little. Read this book. Even if you only buy into half of what she says and try applying it to your life, I promise you will feel better. Consuming real, unprocessed food will change your life!