I should never have agreed to do this review. The blurb makes this book seem like it offers "easy, practical and fun" ideas for healthier eating. And, at some points it does offer that. The thing is, so much of this book is telling you how awful so many things are to eat, using scare tactics and guilt methods. "Do you want your kids to be one of those people?" (speaking of people who suffer from depression, because they eat the wrong things, of course) That really gets my shakles up. I did not like this book at all. It was all in the presentation and approach.
I actually wrote a whole page of reaction to this book but there is no point in arguing the points I did and did not agree with. I've read plenty of books and magazines about eating healthier and changing mealtime habits and the bottom line is that this book is not one I would recommend to anyone. I just did not like it.
*I was offered this book in exchange for my honest opinion.