A must read for every American! Easy at a glance guide at what to and what NOT to put in your mouth! This book is written in a way that will reach anyone who picks it up and reads it.
This book would be a great way of sharing with friends and family without inundating them with too much information.
Practical. 64 concise rules with short explanation when necessary. No new material here, instead, a summarization of his past work. More for the eater in all of us than the intellectual.
This is a great encapsulation of In Defense of Food in my opinion; great quick reference and full of wit as well.
This books distills a lot of information into a short set of common sense food ideas. Nothing really new, but nice for a quick reminder when you need. The book can be read in one sitting.
This is the to-go size of Pollan's "In Defense of Food". Taking the three primary guidelines of the previous work: Eat Food, Not too Much, Mostly Plants; he gathers pithy statements from the ages and sorts them into the above-named sections. The result is a kind of secular devotional. Something to dip into for short periods, over and over, to change the way you see and think about food.