Malcolm Gladwell

Nina Teicholz's The Big Fat Surprise is ESSENTIAL reading on the saturated fat debate covered in RH. Blew my mind. https://t.co/4UsDKdYGVH — Malcolm Gladwell (@Gladwell) August 17, 2017

The Lancet

“A gripping narrative” and “provocative,” with “Stories of shocking scientific corruption and culpability by government agencies are all to be found in Nina Teicholz’s bestseller The Big Fat Surprise. This is a disquieting book about scientific incompetence, evangelical ambition, and ruthless silencing of dissent that has shaped our lives for decades.” The full review can … Read more

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

This book should be read by every nutritional science professional…All scientists should read it as an example of how limited science can become federal policy….well-research and clearly written….Teicholz compiled a historical treatise on how scientific belief (vs. evidence), nongovernment organizations, food manufacturers, government agencies, and moneyed interests promised more than they could deliver and, in … Read more

The Wall Street Journal

[Teicholz] has a gift for translating complex data into an engaging forensic narrative . . . [The Big Fat Surprise] is a lacerating indictment of Big Public Health . . . More than a book about food and health or even hubris; it is a tragedy for our information age. From the very beginning, we … Read more