Insatiable: A Nation's Unappeasable Hunger

Insatiable: A Nation's Unappeasable Hunger


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Insatiable: A Nation’s Unappeasable Hunger is a book that dives into the struggle between nutrition and man’s medical, psychological, and spiritual values. The book broadly reviews the obesity epidemic, but it also delves deeply into its origins, empowering the reader with a social, cultural, and spiritual understanding of the true origins of this epidemic, but also defining, in the process, life’s purpose, and its profound meaning. From poor nutrition to weight loss struggles, this book outlines logical explanations that go beyond public health solutions, indicting Western beliefs and media for perverting American culture, and injuring many, leaving them with an insatiable hunger for truth. Each chapter, with its refined build-up, backed with scientific and historical evidence, describes the profound need for nutrition while creating a fascinating metaphor for life itself.

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obesity, nutrition, culture, society


Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition | Medicine and Health

Insatiable: A Nation's Unappeasable Hunger