Fiber Fueled is a bold new plant-based plan that challenges popular keto and paleo diets, from an award-winning gastroenterologist.
Science and cooking: physics meets food
“Science and Cooking: Physics Meets Food” will make you realize that you’ve been a scientist for a long time. In case you do not know, I am referring to the art of cooking, which is indeed based on basic physics laws.
Dinner with Darwin
Who would refuse a dinner proposition like this? In Dinner with Darwin, researcher Jonathan Silvertown details the relationships between humans, our nutrition, and our environment through the lens of evolution. Dinner with Darwin, though, is not the average science book you would expect. Indeed, Silvertown expected foodies like us to read it, and structured the reading […]
What does the future taste like?
So yes, today’s post is about my book. More than 1,000 days have passed since I decided to embark on this challenging but above all exciting adventure of being a book writer. “What does the future taste like?” is an easy to read and enjoyable book that faces issues relative to the food of the […]
Insects as food and feed
If you are addicted to steak and processed meats in the XXI century, you probably have been told that red meat is not as healthy as other protein-rich food items would be. If that is not the case and you are indeed a vegetarian, I bet some “experts” in nutrition have tried to convince you that […]
Insects as sustainable food ingredients
Did you know that we, humans, are indeed insectivorous? This is perhaps the greatest irony of the cultural avoidance of edible insects. Dear reader, be ready because this book will demonstrate to you the feasibility and value of insects as a sustainable commodity for food.