Confused when it comes to food and health? It’s no wonder. In an era of information overload, it’s not always easy to make sense of nutrition advice—especially when much of it is inconsistent.
A new book by Dr. Mark Hyman aims to make it easier for consumers to shop for good food. Hyman, who has studied nutrition for 35 years, brings clarity to the subject of which foods are good for you, and which aren’t, in “Food. What the Heck Should I Eat?”
For more than 20 years, OCA has stressed the importance of eating a diet that supports organic and regenerative agriculture to improve human health, advance fair trade/fair labor practices, protect the environment and combat global warming.
Hyman’s new book outlines so many of these same principals.