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- Of course it’s also a lot easier to slap a health claim on a box of sugary cereal than on a potato or carrot, with the perverse result that the most healthful foods in the supermarket sit there quietly in the produce section, silent as stroke victims, while a few aisles over, the Cocoa Puffs and Lucky Charms are screaming about their newfound whole-grain goodness.
- "Unhappy Meals". The New York Times Magazine. 2007-01-28. Retrieved on 2007-01-28.
- Nutrition science is where surgery was in about 1650, you know, really interesting and promising, but would you want to have them operate on you yet? I don’t think so.
- "In Defense of Food: Author, Journalist Michael Pollan on Nutrition, Food Science and the American Diet". Democracy Now!. 2008-02-13. Retrieved on 2009-04-15.