Point of Contact: "In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto" by Michael Pollan

Friday, 05 Sep 2008

I admit it, my obsession with any potato product liberally sprinkled with salt has resulted in four years off and on the South Beach Diet. The basic principles all make sense-good carbs, good fats, good sugars-but actually maintaining a steady diet of eating well is hard work. It takes time to shop for food and prepare it. And time is what most of us don't have. So we eat what can be consumed on the run. And often what we eat is not really food at all. Thus the reason for Michael Pollan's book, ...

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