This new book examines the effects on health of the consumption of what might be termed three extremely widely-consumed anti-nutrition foods: chocolate, fast food and sweeteners. These and similar anti-nutrition foods are low cost in price but high cost in health damage. They are marketed without mercy, consumed with gusto, and help hospital and doctor billing.
|Title of host publication||Chocolate, fast foods and sweeteners|
|Subtitle of host publication||Consumption and health.|
|Editors||Marlene R Bishop|
|Place of Publication||Hauppauge, NY,|
|Publisher||Nova Science Publishers|
|Number of pages||21|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|
Marino, F., & Pointon, M. (2010). Limitations of hydration in offsetting the decline in exercise performance in experimental settings: Fact or fancy? In M. R. Bishop (Ed.), Chocolate, fast foods and sweeteners: Consumption and health. (3 ed., pp. 63-83). Nova Science Publishers.