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Book review: Panic on a Plate

Professor Mike Gibney is one of Ireland’s leading experts on nutrition and I was delighted with this review, from his personal blog.

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Another review of Panic on a Plate

This is review is less favourable than some others, but I think it’s worth linking to nonetheless.

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Stop panicking about what’s on your plate

Review of Panic on a Plate on the Independent blogs.

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Review at The Free Society

Chris Snowdon, author of Velvet Glove, Iron Fist and The Spirit Level Delusion provides some interesting insights of his own in his positive review of Panic on a Plate.

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Early praise for Panic on a Plate

Gawd bless ya, Julie Burchill, for namechecking the book while having a well-earned pop at the food police and health fascists.

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Once we worried about getting enough food. Now we seem to fret about having too much food, or about what food might do to us and the planet. This website is designed to be an antidote to food fears.

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Panic on a Plate: How Society Developed An Eating Disorder is published by Societas. Buy the book from Amazon (UK) here.

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