Completely revised in a new B format paperback, Graham Harvey provides a concise, practical guide on how food can be grown in truly nutritious ways, the crucial importance of minerals in the soil and how to tell what's good and what isn't.
Harvey explains not only why our food is in such a parlous state but how we can change what we eat and radically improve our health.
This edition also contains:
A comprehensive listings of outlets where readers can find the best foods.
Advice on 'How to give up the supermarket habit'.
Sections headed 'Which Foods to Buy' that help the reader to make the choice of which food is real food full of nutrients and which isn't
A new chapter on bio-fuels - attacking it the concept as a disastrous example of the agricultural industry's addiction to subsidies.
He is a Bangor Agricultural graduate who has been a regular contributor to Private Eye, New Scientist, Country Life and has written over 500 episodes of The Archers, as well as being their Agricultural Advisor. He is connected with the SEER Centre (Sustainable Ecological Earth Regeneration), a charity committed to soil re-mineralization, and who's patron is David Bellamy.