Worrying about food is not good for your health.
Check out the latest from Michael Pollan, author of “Botany of Desire.” Here is the opening paragraph.
Our National Eating Disorder
by Michael Pollan
Carbophobia, the most recent in the centurylong series of food fads to wash over the American table, seems to have finally crested, though not before sweeping away entire bakeries and pasta companies in its path, panicking potato breeders into redesigning the spud, crumbling whole doughnut empires and, at least to my way of thinking, ruining an untold number of meals. America’s food industry, more than happy to get behind any new diet as long as it doesn’t actually involve eating less food, is still gung-ho on Low Carb, it’s true, but in the last few weeks, I can report some modest success securing a crust of bread, and even the occasional noodle, at tables from which such staples were banned only a few months ago.
Cut yourself a nice slice of pie and go to “Our National Eating Disorder” to read the whole piece.