Food Rules - An Eater's Manual

Michael Pollan


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Food Rules: An Eater's Manual is a relevant read in today’s society. In the rat race of life, people seldom have time to eat proper meals. Hence, many opt for the alternative, which is processed foods and fast foods. This way of eating has begun to show its effects as people have to deal with problems related to obesity.

Food Rules: An Eater's Manual is a guide that tells you to stop, think and then eat. It lays an emphasis on eating more vegetables and also on not overeating. The book lays an emphasis on the type of food you eat. In today’s society, food is something we do not give as much heed to as we should. Due to the busy schedules most people have to follow, processed foods and fast foods have become a norm since they save time. This book helps the reader understand the negative impact those types of food have on the body and how one can avoid such problems.

This book tells readers that obesity is a real problem which many face in today’s world, no longer is it just a problem faced by just the Western world. It is caused not just by the type of food one eats but also by the quantity of food that one eats. Food Rules: An Eater's Manual acts as a food guide, telling the reader as to what types of food are causing these health problems and how to overcome such problems. This book swears by the mantra that a diet should mostly consist of vegetables. It also emphasises that one should manage the amount of food that one eats in a strict manner.

A golden manual on how to fight the ever-growing problem of obesity, Food Rules: An Eater's Manual encourages its readers in leading an energetic and healthy lifestyle. The book was published by Penguin in 2010 and is available in paperback.

Language English
ISBN-13 978-0-141-04868-0
No of pages 136
Font Size Medium
Book Publisher Penguin Books
Published Date 27 May 2010

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