le 23 juin 2003
The best kind of book is the one that tells you what already know. However it organizes it in a way that makes sense and helps you to put it all together. There is nothing revolutionary or supernatural in the way Andrew Weil puts food in prospective with everything in our lives. However this book does make for good reading. It is not just a theory book however. There is statistics, explanations and even recipes. He touches on all aspects of life and how foods relate to them. In essence this is a self-help book that is geared to Eating Well.