A review of Michael Pollan’s Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual which I describe as Simple ideas which food advertising is designed to obfuscate.

Of 64 rules in this book, I had independently come to the conclusion of about 60 of them. This book is for people who suspect that eating food (real food) might be better than eating synthetic crap. For most people in developed countries, most food choices are not food. This book could be very helpful in establishing common sense (no woo) eating habits. Short and simple, the wisdom collected here is truly wise and important.