“I began analysing supermarket foods every week for
the Weekend Herald,” says Wendyl Nissen. “I thought it
would be interesting and a bit of a challenge. But
instead, I just got angry. Angry that sitting on the
shelves which provide the majority of Kiwi families with
their nutrition were additives banned in other countries
and with known health risks attached to them.”
Wendyl Nissen takes the reader through each food group in the supermarket
and explains how families can avoid consuming hidden additives and start
eating real food again.
In the pages of this beautifully illustrated book you’ll find:
. A comprehensive Food Code Table listing
every food code, what ingredients each
represents and what it could do to you.
. The 49 additives you should avoid.
. Which artificial food colourings are banned in
the US and UK but are allowed in our food.
. What is really in 48 popular food products.
Wendyl also offers 76 easy, real-food recipes to replace
processed foods and practical ways for families to start