Junk FoodBook - 2006
"Junk food" is a term for foods that don't have many of the nutrients needed to keep people healthy. Scientific ideas can be discovered behind foods such as candy and chips. Most of these ideas are from chemistry--the science of matter and how it changes. Other ideas come from the science of nutrition and how the body processes food. In this fun look at how science is used in everyday life, readers can discover the ideas of science behind junk food.
Publisher: Minneapolis : 2006
Branch Call Number: JNF 664.6 COBB
Characteristics: 48 p. : ill. ; 24 cm