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Marion Nestle

Autor(a) de What to Eat

13+ Works 2,472 Membros 44 Reviews 4 Favorited

About the Author

Marion Nestle teaches nutrition at New York University
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Obras de Marion Nestle

Associated Works

Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (2005) — Prefácio — 1,539 cópias
The New Mediterranean Diet Cookbook: A Delicious Alternative for Lifelong Health (2008) — Prefácio, algumas edições197 cópias
101 Classic Cookbooks: 501 Classic Recipes (2012) — Prefácio — 140 cópias
Letters to a Young Farmer: On Food, Farming, and Our Future (2017) — Contribuinte — 59 cópias
Food City: Four Centuries of Food-Making in New York (2016) — Prefácio, algumas edições47 cópias
Bite Back: People Taking On Corporate Food and Winning (2020) — Prefácio, algumas edições6 cópias

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Conhecimento Comum

Nome de batismo
Nestle, Marion
Data de nascimento
1936-09-10
Sexo
female
Nacionalidade
USA
Locais de residência
New York, New York, USA
Educação
University of California, Berkeley (BA, 1959)
University of California, Berkeley (PhD, molecular biology, 1968)
University of California, Berkeley (MPH, public health nutrition, 1986)
Ocupação
Professor of Nutrition and Food Studies
author
researcher
Organizações
New York University
American Association for the Advancement of Science
Phi Beta Kappa
Women Chefs and Restaurateurs
Public Health Association of New York City
National Association for Public Health Policy (mostrar todas 14)
Les Dames d'Escoffier
James Beard Foundation
International Association of Culinary Professionals
Center for Science in the Public Interest
Association for the Study of Food and Society
American Society for Nutrition Science
American Society for Clinical Nutrition
American Public Health Association
Premiações
American Public Health Association, Food and Nutrition Section Award (1994, for Excellence in Dietary Guidance)
Eating Well magazine, Nutrition Educator of the Year (1997)
Roundtable for Women in Food Service, Pacesetter Award (1999, for Educator of the Year)
UCLA Center for Society, the Individual, and Genetics distinguished fellow (2004)
Daniel E. Griffiths Research Award, New York University (2004)
Alumna of the Year, University of California Berkeley, School of Public Health (2004) (mostrar todas 11)
David P. Rall Award for Advocacy in Public Health, American Public Health Association (2004)
American Association for the Advancement of Science fellow, California Public Health Association (2006)
American Society for Nutritional Sciences fellow (2005)
Health Quality Award, national Committee for Quality Assurance (2005)
American Association for the Advancement of Science fellow (2005)

Membros

Resenhas

This is a book that gets down to the nitty gritty of the food industries and is a guide to help those of us who want to eat healthily and ethically.
 
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mslibrarynerd | outras 18 resenhas | Jan 13, 2024 |
It's just common sense. Move more. Eat less. Eat better. ...and why.
 
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zot79 | outras 3 resenhas | Aug 20, 2023 |
I requested Unsavory Truth by Marion Nestle from Netgalley because I was interested in learning more about just how the unsuspecting and trusting public is being manipulated by companies. I've known for years how news articles about health have been manipulated, ever since an article I read years ago about how doctors who ate nuts were healthier than those who didn't. The last paragraph in the article mentioned that the study was sponsored by The Nut Growers Association. Hmmm.

I had to read this book in fits and starts because it was rage inducing! The book was fascinating, unsurprising (because I'm a cynical grump) and infuriating! As I got into the book, the author discusses how the strawberry industry was actively seeking studies linking their product to good health and realized I had just seen a headline about how strawberries are good for digestive health. Ugh.

This book tackles the myths with the hard truth behind all the hyperbole and psuedo-science thrown at us every day in the news. From scientists' bias, whether conscious or sub-conscious to active marketing of these biased findings to the public. So maddening! At this point, they could try to sell me a study about how the sky is blue and I still wouldn't believe it.

This was an excellent read, and one I've already recommended to several people and will continue to do so. It's an important tool against this bad "science" they're peddling and will only be of benefit in the long run.
… (mais)
 
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MystereityReviews | outras 3 resenhas | Oct 8, 2021 |
What to Eat by Marion Nestle (2006)
 
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arosoff | outras 18 resenhas | Jul 10, 2021 |

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Obras
13
Also by
6
Membros
2,472
Popularidade
#10,374
Avaliação
4.1
Resenhas
44
ISBNs
44
Idiomas
2
Favorito
4

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