We Want Real Food by Graham Harvey
This book provides you with a practical guide on how food can be grown in truly nutritious ways, how to tell what food is good and what isn't and the crucial importance of minerals in the soil. It explains not only why our food is in such a perilous state but how we can change what we eat and radically improve our health.
Graham Harvey also provides a comprehensive list of outlets where you can find the best foods and advice on how we can give up our supermarket habits. Sections including 'Which Foods to Buy' helps you to make the choice of which food is real food full of nutrients and which isn't and a chapter on bio-fuels which attacks the concept as a disastrous example of the agricultural industry's addiction to subsidies.
About the author: Graham Harvey is a Bangor Agricultural graduate who is a regular contributor to Private Eye, New Scientist and Country Life. He has written over 500 episodes of The Archers, as well as being their Agricultural Advisor. He is connected with the Sustainable Ecological Earth Regeneration centre, which is a charity committed to soil re-mineralization.