Summary of In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto by Michael Pollan by Abbey Beathan audiobook

Summary of In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto by Michael Pollan

By Abbey Beathan
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In Defense of Food by Michael Pollan - Book Summary - Abbey Beathan (Disclaimer: This is NOT the original book.) We got it all wrong. Learn how to eat properly, take care of yourself and the environment that surrounds you. Today's food culture is based on overeating edible food-like substances instead of real meals. In the past, we had a perfect domain of what to eat but said knowledge was distorted by nutritionists and food industry marketers and that generated a dietary confusion, telling us what we should and should not eat. Vegetables were forgotten and replaced by nutrients that aren't beneficial to us. Pollan dares to speak out and convinces you to adopt the older way of eating to become a healthier individual. (Note: This summary is wholly written and published by Abbey Beathan. It is not affiliated with the original author in any way) "The human animal is adapted to, and apparently can thrive on, an extraordinary range of different diets, but the Western diet, however you define it, does not seem to be one of them." - Michael Pollan A manifesto about a food lover who is passionate about restoring the natural order of things and make their readers eat real food instead of the far unhealthier alternative, Pollan believes that by just paying a little more for well-grown food and buying less, we are able to become healthier individuals that are doing their part for the community and protecting the environment. Let's have a more thoughtful, balanced and pleasurable approach to food and become individuals who love and enjoy the tastiest meals.

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In Defense of Food by Michael Pollan - Book Summary - Abbey Beathan
(Disclaimer: This is NOT the original book.)
We got it all wrong. Learn how to eat properly, take care of yourself and the environment that surrounds you.
Today's food culture is based on overeating edible food-like substances instead of real meals. In the past, we had a perfect domain of what to eat but said knowledge was distorted by nutritionists and food industry marketers and that generated a dietary confusion, telling us what we should and should not eat. Vegetables were forgotten and replaced by nutrients that aren't beneficial to us. Pollan dares to speak out and convinces you to adopt the older way of eating to become a healthier individual.
(Note: This summary is wholly written and published by Abbey Beathan. It is not affiliated with the original author in any way)
"The human animal is adapted to, and apparently can thrive on, an extraordinary range of different diets, but the Western diet, however you define it, does not seem to be one of them." - Michael Pollan
A manifesto about a food lover who is passionate about restoring the natural order of things and make their readers eat real food instead of the far unhealthier alternative, Pollan believes that by just paying a little more for well-grown food and buying less, we are able to become healthier individuals that are doing their part for the community and protecting the environment.
Let's have a more thoughtful, balanced and pleasurable approach to food and become individuals who love and enjoy the tastiest meals.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/Health & Fitness
Runtime: 1.78
Audience: Adult
Language: English