Synopses & Reviews
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
Death by Supermarket finds the unsavory truth behind the hermetically sealed, fun veneer of the food industry, educating readers on the benefits of real food and the dangers of eating factory foods, serial dieting, and taking drugs. Author Nancy Deville uncovers intrigue, corruption, and ineptness within the FDA and uses solid research to show how the government and medical community propagate deadly nutritional advice--and why Americans keep getting more obese and unhealthy.