Skinny Bitch, by Rory Freedman & kim Barnouin, is a motivational book that tries to get the reader to think healthy. There are stories about the way slaughter houses work, how the government doesn't care, and what to do now that you know how to be healthy.
I read this book for my Sociology of Health class and I have to say, it frightened me. I winced while I read the parts about pigs, chickens, and cows going through each painful bit of the slaughterring process while still being alive. After reading this book, I really don't think I'd go back to eating certain meats
This book listed different ways the food processing factories get around the law and how the food inspectors don't really inspect factories as well as they should. Sound like a good thing?
After reading this book, you'll know all sorts of ways to be healthy without having to cut down on things you love. Meat excluded. You may find yourself wanting to change your diet, but if you're happy with your diet, don't read this book. Seriously, do-not-read-this-book. You don't want to know what's in your food.