I write this week to share with you the whole truth about food. I can’t do that in the less than 800 words of one column. I am doing it across the 738 pages (yes, really) of my new book — aptly called “The Truth about Food.” I hasten to note I am unconflicted here; all proceeds from the book go to support the True Health Initiative, a federally authorized 501c3 nonprofit.
When this project began, a couple of years ago, I intended to call the book “Bamboozled,” and focus in particular on the lies about food. Bamboozled still appears in the subtitle, and the lies get their own, whole section of dedicated attention. But with the encouragement of some smart friends and colleagues, the scope evolved.