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Pollen raises excellent points, criticisms, and recommendations in this book. Extensive research compilation. He sites many credible food and health sources. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Alyssa Thompson
I had wanted to read this book but hadn't gotten around to it until it was assigned for a nutrition course in was taking, between reading this book and studying the slow food... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Jillian Cedrone
Makes you think about how much control there is over our food and how little of what we eat is actually real food.Published 13 days ago by Donna L. Danley
We all care about food we eat everyday. You can learn somethings in this bookPublished 15 days ago by rosicky
One of my favorite books. Got me thinking about food from a different perspective. Definitely worth reading!Published 23 days ago by Herman
I enjoy reading Michael Pollan. I reformed my vegan ways after reading Omnivore's Dilemma - yeah, he's that good. Pollan appeals to my logic and he makes sound arguments.Published 1 month ago by Tya Collier
This book changed my eating habits. Such an educational and easy to read book!Published 1 month ago by Alexandra Colina
I paid for this book & never received the money nor the book. It was an horrible purchase.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I'm a retired Family and Consumer Science Teacher and have taught Nutrition to high school students. I currently work with adults trying to improve their health. Read morePublished 1 month ago by rfran0215