n "Real Food, Fake Food," by Larry Olmsted. Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, Copyright 2016. 336 pages. Back in July, Larry Olmsted was featured on "The Diane Rehm Show," talking about his book "Real Food, Fake Food." The discussion revolved around olive oil, which is claimed to be the healthiest fat on the planet.
What's the latest trend in the coffee world? Weird but healthy ingredients. Health gurus are taking matters into their own hands, or mugs in this case, and are opting for spices, unique milks and even butter in their daily cup of joe. The trick is that these specialty additives are specific, unique and precisely measured.
Do you really know what's in your cheese? New evidence may cast some doubt on the purity of your favorite foods. Interpol, the international criminal police organization, announced that it seized thousands of tons of fake food in a joint operation with Europol over the past two months-including seemingly benign mainstays like mozzarella, eggs, bottled mineral water, strawberries, cooking oil and dried fruit-in 47 countries.
"Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing Baby" - Marvin Gaye Today, the question is not: What foods should you eat to be healthy?... The real question is: Are you eating food at all? Are you eating real food or fake food?