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Food Rules by Michael Pollan, ISBN: 9780143145608
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ISBN: 9780143145608
Publisher: Penguin Books
Published: January 2010
Format: Audio CD
Editions: 8 other editions of this product

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Food Rules

For thousands of years, humans have eaten well and stayed healthy without nutritional scientists or even knowing what an antioxidant is.\r\nSo which of the modern world's hundreds of rules do we actually need?

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