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The Omnivore's Dilemma

December 10, 20221 min read

The Omnivore’s Dilemma

One of the main topics in nature connection is our food. How we eat food connects us with our environment. We have various resources for food: restaurants, supermarkets, farmers markets, growing food at home, or even harvesting food in the wild! This is all very empowering to learn, because more direct food sources help reduce energy usage and waist in the world; it may be much healthier as well. To learn more about this food question, there’s a great book by Michael Pollan called the Omnivore’s Dilemma. In the book, Micheal goes over the industrial production of corn. He shows how we use corn for fillers in a large amount of our processed food at supermarkets. The 180 degree shift is his next visit to a farm to table community. This is based around one or many farms that locally provide for the community. One of the main topics in this journey is quality of “organic” certified food. A happy-medium for most people looking to improve their food is the organic section at the store. The idea of organic can vary depending on where you are. A lot of people will actually just see the word organic and want to buy it, but some organic is just a label. The walmart “organic” is not the same organic as the organic food you find at the farmers market. The Omnivore’s Dilemma is providing insight into how we can make healthier food choices for our life and the ecosystems of the planet.

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The Omnivore’s Dilemma

Ian Iversen

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