Terence Kealey trained in medicine at Barts Hospital Medical School, University of London ahead of moving to Oxford for a PhD in clinical biochemistry. From Oxford he moved to the University of Newcastle before, via a Wellcome Senior Clinical Research Fellowship, lecturing in clinical biochemistry at Cambridge. Between 2001 and 2014 he was Vice Chancellor of the University of Buckingham, and he is now a visiting scholar at the Center for the Study of Science at the Cato Institute, Washington, DC, where he is focusing on food policy.
`A lively and forensic piece of science writing that manages to be at once polemical and yet thoughtfully engaged with the evidence' The Times
`This scrupulous study constructs a compelling ... series of arguments against what has long been considered the most important meal of the day' Telegraph