Ah, here's the best part. For Dummies books are not linear (a fancy way of saying they proceed from A to B to C . . . and so on). In fact, you can dive right in anywhere, say at L, M, or N, and still make sense of what you're reading because each chapter delivers a complete message.
For example, if carbohydrates are your passion, go right to Chapter 8. If you want to know how to pick and choose from a menu when you're eating out, skip to Chapter 18. If you've always been fascinated by food processing, your choice is Chapter 19. You can use the Table of Contents to find broad categories of information or the Index to look up more specific things.
If you're not sure where you want to go, why not just begin at the beginning, Part I? It gives you all the basic info you need to understand nutrition and points to places where you can find more detailed information.
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