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Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?

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“Our country faces huge challenges. Every Citizen must be healthy, creative and energetic if we are to adequately address those challenges. With Food, Dr. Mark Hyman has given every American a clear and straightforward field manual on how to get and stay healthy, for themselves and for our country. We must get a little healthier now or the cost of health care will sink our economy in the not too distant future. This practical book could not have come at a better time.”―Congressman Tim Ryan, Ohio, writer of The Real Food Revolution

“Just about every time someone leaves the doctor’s office, they are told to exercise and eat well. Sadly, at this point in our collective human history, there is still not wide consensus on how to do either properly. With nutrition in particular, it feels like near daily whiplash. The day before today coconut oil seemed a panacea, by day after today you may hear it causes heart disease. Dr. Mark Hyman, who has diligently dedicated his life to wellness, has a new book that may offer some much-needed relief. Food goes between the lines of nutrition research, providing a clear roadmap for the at a loss for words eater.”―Sanjay Gupta, MD

“Dr. Hyman eloquently answers what may well be the most important question we all ask ourselves on a daily basis. Food brings the very best in nutritional science to a place of clarity and implementation for everyone.”
–David Perlmutter, MD, writer of Grain Brain and Brain Maker

“Mark Hyman knows as much about food and our health as any human being alive. His new book, Food, is an invaluable guide to what we should eat and, perhaps more importantly, what we shouldn’t, to get healthy and stay healthy.”
Gary Taubes, writer of The Case Against Sugar

“In spite of everything, a book that puts common sense and integrity back into the discussion about what to eat — despite decades of being fed a steady diet of nonsense by so-called ‘trusted authorities.’ Bravo, Dr. Hyman. this book is good medicine.”―Christiane Northrup, MD

“Food has turned out to be a much more powerful medicine than we were all taught, yet for such a lot of of us, the many different diets available paint a confusing picture. In his new book, Dr. Mark Hyman has provided exactly what we need: an expert analysis, clear-headed description, and effective solution to what the heck we should all be eating to optimize our health and longevity. This may be the most important book you read on this critical topic, and Dr. Hyman is among the precious few with both the expertise and writing skill to make this information available and digestible.”―Dale Bredesen, MD, writer of The End of Alzheimer’s

“In a world of increasing dietary anxiety, Dr. Hyman offers a roadmap to respecting food as medicine.”―Mehmet Oz, MD

“In the diet wars, no battle is more contentious than low-fat vegan versus high-fat paleo. Mark Hyman finds common ground with paleo-vegan (‘Pegan’), a plant-based diet supplemented quite with animal foods (as ‘condi-meat’). Food offers a delicious recipe for restoring our health, as we care for the planet.”
David Ludwig, MD, PhD, writer of Always Hungry?

“Food and the way we produce and consume it is at the center of most of our world’s health, environmental, climate, economic, and even political crises. With his new book, Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?, Mark Hyman, MD, shows us that food is powerful medicine, and it contains information that speaks to our environment and our genes, programming our body with messages of health or illness.”―Deepak Chopra

“Food is at the center of our well-being, and how we get our food is directly connected to the health of our planet. But we’re drowning in bewildering information and advice about what to eat. In his new book, Food, Mark Hyman, MD, breaks down all the science into practical advice about what to eat and what to avoid. This is a manual for how the food we eat can help us thrive.”―Arianna Huffington, writer of Thrive

About the Author

Mark Hyman, MD, is the director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, chairman of the board of the Institute for Functional Medicine, and founder and director of The UltraWellness Center. He is the bestselling writer of a lot of books, including Eat Fat, Get Thin; The Blood Sugar Solution 10-Day Detox Diet; and The Blood Sugar Solution.

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