His book is so useful. It systematically sorts the wheat from the gluten-free chaff in terms of what is scientifically proven to be nutritionally beneficial amid the confusing fads and misinformation... As well as reassuring us about carbs, gluten and sugar, this book has a wealth of simple, applicable science. Plonk mushrooms on a windowsill for a couple of hours and they'll contain 100 times the vitamin D2 than if they were chopped into a soup straight from the fridge. Microwave kale and its polyphenol levels jump by 40 per cent. (Anna Maxted The Times
Botanist James Wong has compiled the ultimate guide to every type of fruit and vegetable, from the ones we should always pick off the shelf to the ones we should avoid putting in our shopping baskets. (The Daily Mail
How to Eat Better reveals how to up the nutritional ante of your cooking. Inspirational! (Woman & Home
Double the nutrition in every ingredient with this unfaddy blueprint for a healthier life, with more than 80 easy recipes.