The Crazy Makers: How the Food Industry is Destroying Our

The Crazy Makers: How the Food Industry is Destroying Our



10 thoughts on “The Crazy Makers: How the Food Industry is Destroying Our Brains and Harming Our Children

  1. Principle Based Learning Principle Based Learning says:

    recommended by Karin This is an unfortunate title for a really good book It sounds inflammatory and whiny, but it s full of good science on the detriments of processed foods and what they do The chapters are organized by age, starting with infants and ending with adults, followed by one on autism There are some recipes at the end.Click here for the full article on Health and Nutrition recommended by Karin This is an unfortunate title for a really good book It sounds inflammatory and whiny, but it s full of good science on the detriments of processed foods and what they do The chapters are organized by age, starting with infants and ending with adults, followed by one on autism There are some recipes at the end.Click here for the full article on Health and Nutrition


  2. Heather Miller Heather Miller says:

    As a mother of an ADHD Child I am always looking and wondering if we can remove the medication and go natural food remedies or natural medications This book was interesting I do not feel the information given was adequate for child food intake I feel that section could have been greater The adult section only talks about 20 something year olds, nothing for an older generation to follow.I was not in agreement with the author stating teenagers need to take two dozen health vitamin supplement As a mother of an ADHD Child I am always looking and wondering if we can remove the medication and go natural food remedies or natural medications This book was interesting I do not feel the information given was adequate for child food intake I feel that section could have been greater The adult section only talks about 20 something year olds, nothing for an older generation to follow.I was not in agreement with the author stating teenagers need to take two dozen health vitamin supplements What teenager would take all those supplements The authors only I believe The only thing I am in agreement is with trying a few vitamins to see if that will help calm my hyper active child down


  3. Rebecha Rebecha says:

    After reading The China Study, this book just didn t measure up I think the chapter about breast feeding would be very worthwhile for a momma to be, and the introductory chapters are very good However, as I delved deeper into the book, I felt that the author was making statements that were basedon loosely build theories and suppositions as opposed to scientifically rendered fact or qualitative data It is a very easy read finished it in two days.


  4. Ali Ali says:

    This book makes some excellent points about the way fast food affects our brains That being said, I feel that the author comes off a little hoity toity in many areas, especially when talking about children s nutrition She writes from the seat of upper class privilege without thinking about the fact that some people may lack the money to buy organic and the time to bake cookies at home with reduced sugar with their children Overall the recommendations are solid.


  5. Marshall Evans Marshall Evans says:

    Junk science at its best.


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