Instaread Infographic of Real Food/Fake Food, by Larry Olmsted
Four out of five stars
I have described the Instaread infographic summaries as the “Cliffs Notes” of the “Cliffs Notes” version and will use it again here as it is an apt and understandable description of this one. I have read and reviewed the standard Instaread summary of the book by Olmsted, so have a solid understanding of the contents of the book.
While this infographic does give the reader the basic points of the book, they are by necessity general, so I have questions as to whether enough information is given so that the reader can make an informed decision as to whether the book is worth reading. I concede it is at worst close, but having read the summary, my opinion is admittedly tainted.
One feature that I found curious is that the female figure in the illustrations is oddly proportioned. She has very narrow shoulders and wide hips. I suppose that makes her of average build, but it is an average made from extremes.
This book was made available for free for review purposes.