Guest Review:Terrie Goldstein, Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual by Michael Pollan

We always think (or hope) that there are easy rules to follow that lead to a healthier life and healthy eating. But as much as Michael Pollan’s book Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual suggests we just have to adhere to some simple ideas to eat healthy, when you get right down to it, nothing is that simple.

But I must say that he made me stop and think about what I am eating.

If you read nothing else, read his 12-page introduction. It is an eye-opener because he suggests ideas that we all (or most of us) can agree on but are never willing to say out loud.

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One Response to Guest Review:Terrie Goldstein, Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual by Michael Pollan

  1. Muriel says:

    I liked this book so much I plan to give copies to friends. A breath of fresh air in the food and nutrition wars. The one I’m really remembering is: It’s not food if it comes through a window.

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