This is What You Just Put in Your Mouth? is a silly, and albeit gross. I was not sure what to expect when I requested this book.
I received and read it in the first day. However there was a lot of technical lingo, most of which I skimmed over and got the idea. I personally think Mr. Di Justo was trying too hard to be funny, but at times he was hilarious.
Each product he touches on has a little animation of it and a "shocking" list of ingredients. Example: Doritos
Armpit bacteria, fake tomatoes, and little bits of gold
After most products, he has a back story, which mainly comprises of how he got info out of tight- lipped corporations like Johnson & Johnson Co. This book was very well researched and you can tell he put a lot of time and effort into this book.
I did enjoy this book, but some of the humor was inappropriate and mature language.
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