Thursday, May 14, 2009

Eat food, not too much, mostly plants

"But it really did come down to eating real food," he said, the kind of unadulterated whole foods, not snacks, that our great grandparents ate. He also found "that there is no good reason to worry excessively about specific nutrients, that you could safely tune out 99 percent of the nutritional advice that was out there, whether it was corporate, governmental or medical. There has been so much noise, so much static about nutrition," he said. "When you look at the science behind some of these nutrient claims, it did not hold up." (Thanks Marcy)

Pollan on food, refreshingly short

1 comment:

Dany said...


Is the link broken?