Fast Food Nation
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In the spirit of "No Logo" and "Fast Food Nation," "Disconnected" is the author's journey into modern youth culture, meeting and speaking to hundreds of kids on the way. Shocking and revealing, it gives adults an insight into understanding a generation gap that has never been so wide. Confronting crime, underage sex, fame obsession, violence, ambition, learning and friendship, Nick Barham's compelling investigation finds that this disconnection from what adults understand to be substantial or real is creating a radical new youth culture.
Childhood is a pivotal time for good nutrition. Organs and blood streams nurtured with junk food cannot build a foundation for good health and longevity as an adult. Drs. Joseph Mercola and Ben Lerner believe profound inactivity, addiction to electronic media, and diets of super-sized fast food and sugar-laden beverages have created a national emergency.
With ever-expanding media attention from films like Super Size Me and books like Fast Food Nation-not to mention the daily refrain of TV news anchors and newspaper columnists-it's pretty clear that American's suffer from poor eating habits. In addition to shortening your life, eating unwisely can also lead to a host of health problems, including imbalances in the endocrine system.
Fast Food Nation - the groundbreaking work of investigation and cultural history that has changed the way America thinks about the way it eats - and spent nearly four months on the New York Times bestseller list - now available on cassette! Are we what we eat? To a degree both engrossing and alarming, the story of fast food is the story of postwar America.
The charismatic radio personality from The Howard Stern Show celebrates what we love about American fast food, covering chains both national and regional and offering an opinionated view on restaurant history, secret menu items, and even drive-thru strategy. Jon Hein is a fast food maniac, with a themed Discovery Channel show under his belt to prove it, and in this book he covers each chain in-depth, rating its burgers, milkshakes, and fries; exploring its history; revealing secret menu items; taking a nostalgic look back at the best giveaways, games, and uniforms; and even providing expert drive-thru strategy.
Somewhere in between Fast Food Nation and The Omnivore's Dilemma, between eating at McDonald's and killing a pig for dinner, there is a need for an audiobook that will probe more deeply and provide greater understanding and insight into the psychological factors that influence decisions about what we eat and why - and how these choices affect our lives, animals' lives, and the environment.
Are we what we eat? To a degree both engrossing and alarming, the story of fast food is the story of postwar Amerca. Though created by a handful of mavericks, the fast food industry has triggered the homogenization of our society. Fast food has hastened the malling of our landscape, widened the chasm between rich and poor, fueled an epidemic of obesity, and propelled the juggernaut of American cultural imperialism abroad.
The On the Go Fitness Journal is the latest from the nation's best-selling line of diet and fitness journals. A proven weight-loss tool, this newly updated fitness journal comes in a convenient pocket size to easily slip into a purse, gym bag or backpack. This portable journal lets you record all your food intake and physical activity to trim calories, exercise more efficiently, and lose weight fast.
"Fast Food Nation": Inspired by the incendiary New York Times bestseller that exposed the hidden facts behind America's fast food industry, "Fast Food Nation" combines an all-star ensemble cast lead by Greg Kinnear, Wilmer Valderrama and Avril Lavigne with riveting, interlocked human stories to serve up "a firecracker of a movie that jumps off the screen" (Rolling Stone).
From the nation's top-selling line of diet and health books by Alex A. Lluch comes the bible of diet journals, the Ultra-Simple Calorie Counter & Diet Journal. Tracking calories, fat and carbs to lose weight has never been more convenient or user-friendly than with this book, which features 26 weeks of diet journal pages; nutritional information for more than 500 fast-food chains, restaurants and popular brands; most and least healthy menu options highlighted; and three wheels to add up calories, fat and carbs throughout the day.
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In a devastating expose in the tradition of "Silent Spring" and "Fast Food Nation," investigative journalist Randall Fitzgerald warns how thousands of man-made chemicals in our food, water, medicine, and environment are making humans the most polluted species on the planet. A century ago in 1906, when Congress enacted the Pure Food and Drug Act, Americans were promised? better living through chemistry.
"Fast Food Nation" meets "The World Is Flat" in this eye-opening look at the obesity epidemic. Today, the planet s 1.3 billion overweight people by far outnumber the 700 million who are undernourished. This figure would have seemed ludicrous just fifty years ago, when hunger was the world s most pressing nutritional problem. In "The World Is Fat," Barry Popkin argues that the fattening of the human race is not simply about that next cheeseburger; rather, it is a result of an unprecedented collision of human biology with trends in technology, globalization, government policy, and the food industry that are changing how we eat and how we live.
Americans are being lured into addiction. And what we're hooked on isn't necessarily illegal or even hard to come by. Prescription medications are making us high. Fast food is making us fat. The Internet keeps us constantly distracted with everything from gambling and porn to compulsive social networking. Television bombards us with glamorized violence.
A beautifully written food memoir chronicling one woman's journey from her rural Midwestern hometown to the intoxicating world of New York City fine dining-and back again-in search of her culinary roots Before Amy Thielen frantically plated rings of truffled potatoes in some of New York City's finest kitchens-for chefs David Bouley, Daniel Boulud, and Jean-Georges Vongerichten-she grew up in a northern Minnesota town home to the nation's largest French fry factory, the headwaters of the fast food nation, with a mother whose generous cooking dripped with tenderness, drama, and an overabundance of butter.
There is a proverbial ticking time bomb in our midst. It's the toxic lifestyle that is wreaking havoc on our nation's health and well-being and posing an equal threat to everyone from the very young to the very old. In today's fast-food-obsessed, couch-potato culture, two-thirds of all adults and one-third of all children are either overweight or obese, rates of diabetes and heart disease are soaring, and the future for many of us looks dismal.
In Reefer Madness, the author of the New York Times bestsellers Command and Control and Fast Food Nation, investigates America's black market and its far-reaching influence on our society through three of its mainstays-pot, porn, and illegal immigrants. The underground economy is vast; it comprises perhaps ten percent-or more-of America's overall economy, and it's on the rise.
"Super Size Me" is one man's journey into the world of weight gain, health problems and fast food. It's an examination of the American way of life and how we are eating ourselves to death. Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock unravels the American obesity epidemic by interviewing experts nationwide and by subjecting himself to a "McDonald's only" diet for thirty days straight.
In a world of fast food, supersized sodas, and televised temptations, this guide shows how to buck the obesity trend currently in the national spotlight-and have fun doing it. Using a family approach, the book describes eight strategies for managing weight; learning to make good, appealing food choices; staying active; and building better long-term habits for a healthy life.
Comprehensive. Friendly. Indispensable. With more than 250 simple and delicious recipes. No doubt about it, fish is a cook's dream. Fast. Low in fat, versatile, and healthful, it's even brain food. No other fish cookbook contains such a comprehensive selection of approachable, contemporary recipes. It's written by a pair of experts: a nationally known three-star seafood chef whose true passion is teaching home cooks, and an award-winning writer and sought-after food authority.
From the author of the New York Times Notable Book of the Year Drive By comes a unique and riveting exploration of one of America's largest and fastest-growing industries-the business of poverty. Broke, USA is a Fast Food Nation for the "poverty industry" that will also appeal to readers of Barbara Ehrenreich (Nickel and Dimed) and David Shipler (The Working Poor).
The Atlas of American Artisan Cheese is the first reference book of its kind and a must-have for every foodie's library. Jeffrey P. Roberts lavishes loving attention on the growing local food and farmstead movement in what is fast becoming a national t
No. 1 Bestseller - Avonmore Cookbook of the Year 2014 The demands of the modern world mean we re all under time pressure, but whether you re doing long hours at work or staying home to raise a brood or combining the two the fact remains the same: we need to eat. With that in mind, Ireland s most trusted chef has devised 100 new everyday family recipes you can rely on.
This is MTH 80-94052 HO Woodside Reefer Roberts & Oake Meats #1004. The coming of the railroad changed the way America ate and drank. Before the iron horse connected every town of any importance to the outside world, most food was grown or produced locally. The arrival of cheap, fast, refrigerated transport - in the form of the woodsided reefer with ice bunkers at each end - enabled local brewers, dairies, meat processors, and other food businesses to become players on a national scale.
"King Corn": Engrossing and eye-opening, "King Corn" is a fun and crusading journey into the digestive tract of our fast food nation where one ultra-industrial, pesticide-laden, heavily-subsidized commodity dominates the food pyramid from top to bottom - corn. Fueled by curiosity and a dash of naivete, college buddies Ian Cheney and Curt Ellis return to their ancestral home of Greene, Iowa to figure out how the modest kernel conquered America.