The End of Overeating


This book closely examines the impact of the salt, sweetness and fat on the American diet as triggers for what Kessler calls "conditioned overeating" and their use as tools by the food industry in the creation of food products that are engineered to keep you coming back for more.

The End of Overeating includes extensive discussion of the science behind your favorite foods (fast food and packaged), and the marketing that connects foods to emotions.

But I have to admit, the author's descriptions of many of these foods really made me hungry!

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