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The Queen of Fats: Why Omega-3s Were Removed from the Western Diet and What We Can Do to Replace Them (California Studies in Food and Culture Book 15)


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A dietary whodunit that takes readers from Greenland to Africa to Israel, The Queen of Fats provides a captivating account of the way we now have turn out to be poor in a nutrient that is very important for excellent well being: the fatty acids referred to as omega-3s. Writing with intelligence and keenness, Susan Allport tells the tale of those necessary Fat, that are ample in vegetables and fish, amongst different meals. She describes how scientists got here to take note the function of omega-3s in our vitamin, why industrial processing has got rid of them from the meals we devour, and what the super effects had been for our well being. In lots of Western international locations, epidemics of inflammatory sicknesses and metabolic issues had been traced to omega-three deficiencies. The Queen of Fat provides knowledge for each shopper who needs to scale back the danger of middle illness, most cancers, arthritis, and weight problems and to beef up mind serve as and total well being. This necessary and compelling research into the invention, technological know-how, and politics of omega-3s will turn into our fascinated with what we must be consuming.

* Comprises steps you’ll take so as to add omega-3s on your diet

* Presentations why consuming fish isn’t the one manner, and even the easiest way, to extend omega-3s.

* Supplies a brand new technique to take note the advanced recommendation concerning the function and significance of Fat within the body

* Explains how and why the meals business has created a perilous imbalance of Fat in our foods

* Presentations how omega-3s can also be reintroduced to our vitamin thru meals enrichment and adjustments within the feeding of livestock

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