1 edition of Food facts & fallacies found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Bailey, Herbert, joint author|
|LC Classifications||RA784 .F73|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||65027390|
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Food Facts and Fallacies Paperback – June, by Carlton Fredericks (Author), Herbert Bailey (Author)5/5(1). Food Facts & Fallacies [Carlton FREDERICKS] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Carlton Fredericks-swami of the TV & lecture circuit; Herbert Bailey- popular magazine writer who defended Krebiozeu some years ago; neither are doctors. Books agree that Americans are not well fed and that extra vitamins are necessary.
Panic in the Pantry: Food Facts, Fads, and Fallacies Paperback – September 1, by Elizabeth M. Whelan (Author)/5(3). This is a good book to check out if you want to compare recipes from the 60's with those of today. Paula Peck is very informative when it comes to these recipes, and overall I am happy with the purchase/5(2).
Food Facts & Fallacies: The Intelligent Person's Guide to Nutrition and Health. Carlton Fredericks, Herbert Bailey. Julian Press, - Diet - pages. 1 Review. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review.
User Review - Flag as inappropriate. Why you need this book. 3 4/5(1). Food is always a popular subject on Listverse and facts and fiction even more so. This list takes a look at ten fascinating facts or misconceptions we all have about food - they should be, for the most part, new to most of us.
There will undoubtedly be a little controversy around some of the entries but I believe that people will be able to comment without too much vitriol or anger. Food: Facts and Fallacies custom edition for UofM HNSC by Sizer, Whitney, and Piche.
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Panic in the Pantry was written to help consumers become fully aware of the real facts behind news about the safety of our food supply. Whelan and Stare examine the power wielded by health food lobbyists who band together and exert political pressure to protect their profitable ventures.
They discuss the concept of "relative risk" and why it should be used to place information about food. Learn food facts and fallacies with free interactive flashcards.
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stories which sift through the implausible, the unlikely and t /5. Economic Facts and Fallacies exposes some of the most popular fallacies about economic issues-and does so in a lively manner and without requiring any prior knowledge of economics by the reader.
These include many beliefs widely disseminated in the media and by politicians, such as mistaken ideas about urban problems, income differences, male-female economic differences,/5.
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Food facts & fallacies; The intelligent person's guide to nutrition and health, by Fredericks, Carlton Seller Becker's Books Published Condition Good. Fads and Fallacies in the Name of Science ()—originally published in as In the Name of Science: An Entertaining Survey of the High Priests and Cultists of Science, Past and Present —was Martin Gardner's second book.
A survey of what it described as pseudosciences and cult beliefs, it became a founding document in the nascent scientific skepticism : Martin Gardner.
The facts are: 1. A large proportion of staple articles of food con-tain both starch and protein. The cereal grains, wheat, rye, barley, oats and corn contain from % or more of protein, and about 60% of starch. Rice contains 7% protein and 80% starch. Beans and peas are rich in protein and starch, containing % protein and % starch.
Though the St. Louis Exposition was the grandest World's Fair and had the most amazing inventions (for that time), there were many fallacies and misconceptions about certain inventions, mainly pertaining to food. The Fair had 80 snack concession stands and 35 fashionable restaurants to feed the many hungry visitors; with it's 20, visitors, many people got to see unique and amazing.
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Ten years ago, weight-conscious Americans jumped on the fat-free bandwagon. Supermarket shelves were replete with products touting “reduced-fat” and “fat-free” labels, which implied that these products were healthier and lower-calorie alternatives to standard “high-fat” fare.
Yet, in the same year time interval, Americans have continued to struggle with ever-expanding waistlines Cited by: 4. Panic in the pantry: facts & fallacies about the food you buy.
[Elizabeth M Whelan; Fredrick J Stare] -- Puts into perspective statements being made about the adverse effects of food additives. Nutrition Fallacies Exposed. More Since before the times of Aristotle, humans have been making errors in reasoning when arguing issues from religion and politics to science and nutrition.
The Facts And Fallacies Of "Health Foods" When you walk into a health food store and look around, what do you see. One wall of shelves is packed with vitamins and mineral products, all expensive and all unnecessary for people on a reasonable diet.
Home Food Healthy Food. Fat Facts and Fallacies. Reader's Digest Canada. Fat is a dietary evil—or so you probably think. The food industry has exploited this belief in order to sell low-fat and fat-free versions of just about every food product under the sun.
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“Facts are selected or suppressed in order to make a case; if need be, the necessary facts are simply invented or, contrariwise, erased.” In this sort of competition it is nearly inevitable that fantasies come to stand in for facts, fallacies overtake arguments, and character assassination becomes a favored tactic on all : Kristian Williams.
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Patricia Mae Ocampo. Academic year. 15/ The author, Bo Bennett, definitely knows his stuff about logical fallacies, and it's clear he realized that a book listing logical fallacies would be boring, and he made his greatest efforts to make the material lively and interesting, largely by injecting a lot of humor into the book/5.
Book Review: Economic Facts and Fallacies. Aaron Bandler (food stamps, Medicaid, etc.), and when they are taken into account it shows that there really isn’t as much inequality as those on Author: Aaron Bandler. I had the pleasure of assisting Dr.
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It's found often in.The Fallacies of Fat. minutes. More from this episode; In his new book Fat Chance: Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease, endocrinologist and obesity doc Robert Lustig deconstructs the mythology of fat.
He says exercise, for all its benefits, won’t help you shed pounds—and that fasting only worsens. The facts and fallacies presented in this book are very interesting in the sense that we are aware of many of them and no one does anything about it.
I really liked how the author focus a lot on maintenance; something that programmers spent most of their time doing, but very few realize of its difficulties and time-span.4/5.