Please Don’t Eat the Wallpaper!: The Teenager’s Guide to Avoiding Trans Fats, Enriched Wheat and High Fructose Corn Syrup

By | October 5, 2019

Do we really need another book about food and how to eat? Yes! Dr. Nancy Irven has designed a straightforward and easily understood class on nutrition at the local high school. Her volunteer efforts have had astonishing results among her students. Please Don’t Eat the Wallpaper! is written in a simple style with her high school students in mind. Through the humor, you’ll find thought-provoking observations on how we nourish our bodies. She takes an integral look into the diets of average fourteen year olds and their perceptions of the food they eat. She teaches them to want better food and how to make better choices. Dr. Irven’s passion is fueled by researching nutritional literature over the past twenty years. “The experts are now stating that the upcoming generation will not outlive its parents because of current trends of child obesity, diabetes, heart disease and cancer.” “I feel we must get their attention and do something productive once we get it.” “Do they know what is and is not healthy?” “They do not. They need to be taught.” “European countries have lower infant mortality rates than the United States. We are one of the richest countries with the most advanced medical system and yet our babies are dying.” Please Don’t Eat the Wallpaper! is written for Dr. Irven’s patients, students, friends, family, and for those of you who are still confused about healthy foods. Please Don’t Eat the Wallpaper! will change the way you think about food.

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Anonymous on 10/05/2019 at 04:48.

Perfect for teens and adults.

Anonymous on 10/05/2019 at 05:14.

Anonymous on 10/05/2019 at 05:33.

Dr. Irven hits the nail on the head with this one. It’s messages are all about what you CAN eat and not just what you shouldn’t eat. With a focus on a wholesome food choices that isn’t too restrictive, this book is an engaging journey into the creation of a new outlook on a healthy diet. It’s informative and interesting and will certainly capture the attention of the teenage reader. Adults can learn quite a lot, as well. I especially like the emphasis on learning to read food labels with a…