By Jayson Lusk
[b]A rollicking indictment of the liberal elite's hypocrisy in terms of food.
Ban trans-fats? Outlaw chuffed food? Tax Twinkies? What's 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 international DNA. company farms are wallowing in govt subsidies. Meat packers and quick meals eating places are exploiting staff and tainting the meals provide. And Paula Deen has diabetes!
whatever has to be performed. So says an rising elite during this kingdom who imagine they comprehend precisely what we must always develop, prepare dinner and devour. they're the meals police.
taking over the commandments and condescension the likes of Michael Pollan, Alice Waters, and Mark Bittman, The foodstuff Police casts lengthy late skepticism on fascist meals snobbery, debunking the myths propagated by way of the nutrition elite. You'll learn:
- natural foodstuff isn't really inevitably more healthy or tastier (and is unquestionably extra expensive).
- Genetically changed meals haven't sickened a unmarried individual yet they've got made farmers extra profitable they usually do carry the promise of feeding impoverished Africans.
- Farm guidelines aren't making us fat.
- Voguish locavorism isn't really greener or greater for the economy.
- fats taxes won't narrow our waists and "fixing" college lunch courses won't make our youngsters any smarter.
- Why the nutrients police hypocritically think an iPad is a technological surprise yet nutrients know-how is an business evil
So prior to immense Brother and Animal Farm merge right into a socialist nightmare, learn The meals Police and allow us to as americans have a good time what's reliable approximately our foodstuff method and take again our forks and foie gras earlier than it's too past due!
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