I have read David Wolfe’s works for more than a decade now, and I would be lying if I say that I did not like his works. However, I felt Superfoods came across more like promotional stuff interspersed with some historical anecdotes.
Unlike his other books, Superfoods is cringeworthy. I had a hard time trying to understand and digest his book. Many chapters present in the book felt like it was promotional material for food that was being discussed. A reference to his company is also I believe, “purely coincidental.”
Yes, the book does have a little bit of useful information, but if one wants to read about nutritious food, then try reading New Whole Foods Encyclopedia by Rebecca Wood's for content that does not have bias and has more detailed information.