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March 22, 2009


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Margaret Murray Kolk

Denise: Nice article. Articulates the Pollan philosophy succinctly and accurately. It was nice meeting you and Murray today at Moringside Farmers' Market. Look forward to reading more of your work. Hope to see you at a Slow Food ATL event soon.

Margaret Kolk

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The irony, he says, is that our focus on “nutritionism,” as he calls it, coincides with skyrocketing rates of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease in this country.

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