Fat Land How Americans Became The Fattest People In The World Critser
ormat Paperback | 232 pages Dimensions 139.7 x 203.2 x 20.32mm | 249.47g Publication date 05 Jan 2004 Publisher HOUGHTON MIFFLIN Imprint Mariner Books Publication City/Country Boston, MA Language English Edition statement Reprint ISBN10 0618380604 ISBN13 9780618380602 Sales rank 269,123
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Fat Land highlights the groundbreaking research that implicates cheap fats and sugars as the alarming new metabolic factors making our calories stick, and shows how and why children are too often the chief metabolic victims of such foods. No one else writing on obesity in America takes as hard a line as Critser on the institutionalized lies we've been telling ourselves about how much we can eat and how little we can exercise.