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This device could save your life
Richard Aiken MD, PhD
Intimately governing that universal eating process is that most primitive of senses – that of taste. One might immediately associate the word “taste” with an aesthetic judgment of the food source, but the primary point of this book is that taste, as all of the senses for all living creatures, has existed through our evolution only to assist our survival. Food, as a chemical substrate having the maximum nutrient value with the minimum expenditure of our energy, should be chosen and consumed.
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