Praise for VITAMANIA

 "Absorbing and meticulously researched." —The New York Times

"Engaging . . . lively . . . a vigorous retelling." —The Wall Street Journal

"If you need vitamins to survive [you do], you should read this book."—Scientific American

"[A] deeply satisfying masterpiece of nutrition science writing."—Network Health Dietitians Magazine (British)

 "[A] hidden, many-faceted, and urgent story... a commanding, meticulously documented, and riling exposé rich in dramatic and absurd science and advertising history, lively profiles, and intrepid, eyebrow-raising fieldwork."—Booklist (Starred)

 "This lively investigational work from journalist Price reveals how little we know about vitamins -- both how much we need or how they work -- and how our vitamin obsession is actually making us less healthy."—Publishers Weekly (Starred)

 “Riveting. . . . [Price’s] investigation, full of scurvy-ridden sailors, questionable nutritional supplements and solid science, is both entertaining and enlightening.” —Discover magazine

Other mentions:

 

Q&A with Anahad O'Connor in New York Times Well Blog

Salon

The Atlantic

Time Magazine

Mother Jones

New York Magazine

Canada's National Post

The Arizona Daily Star

The Boston Globe

The New Statesman

Men's Fitness

Outside

Reddit "Ask Me Anything" 

Featured radio appearances:

The Diane Rehm Show

WHYY Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane

WHYY's The Pulse 

WAMC Northeast Public Radio

KERA's "Think" with Krys Boyd

Gastropod podcast with Cynthia Graber and Nicola Twilley: