The Environment and Our Difficult Relationship with Fuel
The work is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. It expresses the rationality of Man and the objectivity of his choices. In terms of food, the choices we make can significantly impact our health, whether we choose to eat a low or high calorie diet, whether we prefer to eat hygienic home-cooked food over the junk food we eat in restaurants or whether we prefer to eat fresh food as opposed to frozen food. It is high time that we challenge our unconditional trust for the health claims on the products of food manufacturing companies including genetically modified food and our ignorance of what constitutes healthy food, the perception of which has lately been tarnished. A similar perspective is shared by Micheal Pollen as elucidated in his article Unhappy Meals. The tone of Pollens article is full of sarcasm at the evolved concept of healthy food, much to my liking, the author states A health claim on a food product is a good indication that its not really food, and food is what you want to eat, (Pollen, 1).