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Rules for People Who Want to be Told What, When and How to Eat

…your car. (Rule No. 20). Try not to eat alone (Rule No. 59). So if you need simple directions to achieve a more healthful, perhaps more sane way of eating…

Voting With Their Forks

eat has consequences. During the five years of research into what he calls “our national eating disorder,” Pollan does a fair amount of enlightened shopping but also goes so far…

Just eat what your great-grandma ate

…promote bodily health.” Moreover, nutritionism has foisted on us a view of a kind of eternal food fight going on in our bodies: “protein against carbs; carbs against proteins; (…)…

What’s for Dinner?

and my family eat, whether we still eat meat (yes, but much less often and only from a handful of suppliers I can vouch for); whether I buy organic (usually,…

You Are What You Eat (And You Are in Serious Trouble)

…what we eat, why we eat it and what’s wrong with it. “You don’t need to spend much time in an American supermarket to figure out that this is a…

The Holy Church of Food

carbohydrates the way we do. Of course, they’re learning our habits fast, thanks to the corporations eager to put a chicken nugget in every pot. When Pollan says, “Eat food,”…

Animal Welfare

Frequently Asked Questions   Why aren’t you a vegetarian? I’m not a vegetarian because I enjoy eating meat, meat is nutritious food, and I believe there are ways to eat

The Food Movement, Rising

…deaths of four children in Washington State who had eaten hamburgers from Jack in the Box were traced to meat contaminated with E.coli 0157:H7, a mutant strain of the common…

The Way We Live Now: The (Agri)Cultural Contradictions of Obesity

…have much success changing the way we eat. The underlying problem is agricultural overproduction, and that problem (while it understandably never receives quite as much attention as underproduction) is almost…

Let’s Make a Meal

…pleasure and tradition, eat all manner of ‘unhealthy’ foods, and lo and behold, wind up actually healthier and happier in their eating than we are.” What we’re left with —…