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The list includes books from diferent genres and subjects, so hopefully you'll find something to your liking.
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Michael Moss Salt, Sugar, Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us We are hooked on salt, sugar and fat. These three simple ingredients are used by the major food companies to achieve the greatest allure for the lowest possible cost. Here, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Michael Moss exposes the practices of some of the most recognisable (and profitable) companies and brands of the last half century. 
John Yudkin Pure, White And Deadly: How sugar is killing us and what we can do to stop it John published the first edition of this book in 1972 (That's 42 years ago!) and was one of the first scientists to claim that sugar was a major cause of obesity and heart disease 
Jason Vale (The Juice Master) Slim fo Life - Freedom from the diet trap This is the first book I read about this topic and it's a good starter for those who want to explore deeper into the subject of eating healthy. Jason's easy writing and his honesty when he exposes the true nature of drug-like foods and drinks, the sugar and food industry, what compels us to eat and drink things we know make us fat and how we can be free from the diet and food trap among other interesting subjects, makes the reading of this book a very enjoyable experience and hopefully it will provide help for those who are seeking for guidance to break free from unhealthy habits and patterns when it comes to food and drinks. 
Mark Thomas Mark Thomas As Used On The Famous Nelson Mandela Underground adventures in the arms and torture trade. Embedded within Mark's sharp, abrasive humour is the truth of an industry fraught with loopholes, complacency and greed; that allows corrupt regimes to kill, maim and displaced, but whose deals are often subsidised by the British taxpayer 
Jostein Gaarder Sophie's World Sophie's World (Norwegian: Sofies verden) is a 1991 novel by Norwegian writer Jostein Gaarder. It follows the events of Sophie Amundsen, a teenage girl living in Norway, and Alberto Knox, a middle aged philosopher who introduces her to philosophical thinking and the history of philosophy. 
Dave Eggers The Circle The book follows the story of Mae Holland, a recent college graduate who lands a job at The Circle, a powerful technology company (Facebook like) run by the so-called "Three Wise Men." It's the "1984" of the social media era. 
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