Confused by the conflicting advice about food and diets? This book is for you.

CHAPEL HILL, NC, May 15, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — You want the healthiest diet for you and your family, but it is so confusing. Food myths abound. On the internet everyone is an expert. Who should you believe? What is the truth?

• Is low-carb best, or is it low fat?
• Should you go Keto, Paleo, Mediterranean, Vegetarian, or Vegan?
• Is coconut oil good for you or bad for you?
• Is red meat your friend or foe?
• Which diets are healthy long term?
• How can you live to be 100?
• Does organic really mean pure?
• Where do food myths come from?

You need a trusted guide to help you navigate through the maze of conflicting information. Dr. Chaney is that guide. In this book, he gives you science-backed answers to these questions and much more. His mission is cut through the claims and counter-claims and slay the nutrition myths. He searches the scientific literature to provide you with accurate answers to your nutrition questions. He is dedicated to giving you the truth about food and diets.

Dr. Chaney is an internationally recognized scientist. He is a professor emeritus who taught human metabolism and nutrition to medical students for 40 years. He has published over 100 scientific papers. He has also authored two chapters on nutrition for the first 6 editions of a leading textbook for medical students. He is a popular lecturer on holistic health. And, now he is a bestselling author of “Slaying The Food Myths“.

This book is unlike any other diet book you have ever read. Because of his background, Dr. Chaney brings a unique perspective. Most diet books are written by self-proclaimed gurus who try to convince you only they know the perfect diet. Dr. Chaney provides you with a variety of healthy diets, and guidance so you can choose the one that is best for you.

Most authors aren’t scientists. They assume all clinical studies are equally valid and select the ones that support their viewpoint. Dr. Chaney understands the strengths and weaknesses of clinical studies. He selects only the very best clinical studies and uses them to guide the recommendations he makes.

Dr. Steve Chaney received his BS degree from Duke University and his PhD degree in Biochemistry from UCLA. He was a professor in the Departments of Biochemistry & Biophysics and Nutrition at the University of North Carolina for 40 years.

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