The Food Police: A Well-Fed Manifesto About the Politics of Your Plate

The Food Police: A Well-Fed Manifesto About the Politics of Your Plate

Jayson Lusk

A rollicking indictment of the liberal elite's hypocrisy in terms of food.

Ban trans-fats? Outlaw satisfied foodstuff? Tax Twinkies? what is subsequent? Affirmative motion for cows?   
     A disaster is looming. Farmers are raping the land and torturing animals. nutrients is riddled with lethal insecticides, hormones and overseas DNA. company farms are wallowing in executive subsidies. Meat packers and quickly nutrition eating places are exploiting staff and tainting the meals provide. And Paula Deen has diabetes!
     whatever needs to be performed. So says an rising elite during this kingdom who imagine they comprehend precisely what we should always develop, prepare dinner and consume. they're the meals police.
     taking over the commandments and condescension the likes of Michael Pollan, Alice Waters, and Mark Bittman, The nutrients Police casts lengthy late skepticism on fascist meals snobbery, debunking the myths propagated by way of the nutrients elite.  you will learn:
-   natural meals isn't inevitably fitter or tastier (and is definitely extra expensive).
-   Genetically converted meals have not sickened a unmarried individual yet they've got made farmers extra ecocnomic  and so they do carry the promise of feeding impoverished Africans.
-   Farm rules will not be making us fat.
-   Voguish locavorism isn't greener or larger for the economy.
-   fats taxes will not narrow our waists and "fixing" tuition lunch courses will not make our children any smarter.
-   Why the nutrition police hypocritically think an iPad is a technological surprise yet foodstuff know-how is an commercial evil
So ahead of colossal Brother and Animal Farm merge right into a socialist nightmare, learn The nutrition Police and allow us to as american citizens have fun what's sturdy approximately our nutrition method and take again our forks and foie gras earlier than it is too overdue!

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