Health issues arising from poor diet and lack of exercise remain on the spot light. Everyone tries to pay attention to what they eat since it could affect their health. The well being of the heart, kidneys, skin, liver…
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Michael Pollan and Mary Maxfield are among the many trying to educate the population on eating habits and diets. They seem to have completely different opinions on food as displayed in their articles, escape from western diet and resisting the moralization of eating. However, applying both their theories is a good option for anyone seeking to adopt better eating habits.
I completely agree that people need to adopt eating habits that benefit their bodies. Healthy diets emphasize on low fat, low calories, whole grains, vegetables and fruits. Foods containing high levels of added sugars and salt, and cholesterol cause the body more harm than good. However, over indulgence on whole grain, vegetables and fruits may have negative effects. They also contain fats, sugars and cholesterol. Hence they might cause obesity or over weigh. Therefore, the intake of healthy food should also be controlled. This is by serving controlled portion sizes on plates. Adopting a healthy eating plan is necessary. However, it should be a gradual change as oppose to an abrupt change. Abrupt change leads to failure because any mistake triggers a slide into the old eating habits. A good eating plan involves eating all meals of the day in moderation.
Eating foods that impact negatively on one’s health is unwise. Given a choice of right or wrong, every person is able to make their choice with adequate reasons. Mary Maxfield states,’ Trust you. Trust your body. Meet your needs (Gerald and Birkenstein, 11).’ It is quite easy to agree with her. Ultimately, each person makes a decision on their preferred food. If a person chooses the wrong food, they realize. However, if they prefer to eat it no one can stop them. Michel Pollan states three rules,’ Eat. Eat less. Eat mostly plants (Pollan “In Defense of Food: An Eaters Manifesto” 137).’
The 3 rules are reasonable. It is inevitable to eat, hence he encourages eating. He then moves on to caution people on
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