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    The Omnivore's Dilemma by Michael Pollan begins with an introduction, "Our National Eating Disorder," which establishes the themes, history, and purposes for reading. He begins by detailing the recent history and conflicting advice given to the public regarding food, food policies, and nutrition. Having read these first several pages of this book, do you think that there is a national eating disorder? Is there a dilemma on what to eat? Evaluate the arguments put forth in the Introduction by Pollan, and whether you agree or disagree based on your observations and experiences. 100 Words.

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    Based on my interpretations of this book, I do support Pollan's assertions that there is a national eating disorder and a major dilemma that plagues us in determining what to eat in America. Pollan clearly discusses how we cannot just buy ...

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    "The Omnivore's Dilemma" by Michael Pollan is briefly examined thematically.