Oprah recently interviewed one of the food experts featured on Food, Inc., the highly-acclaimed (and highly controversial) film exposing many of the processes going into the production, pricing, and politics behind the American food system.
Here's part of the interview:
This was good timing for me! I've been having difficulty getting back to eating well since THE GREAT AND TERRIBLE NAUSEOUS TRIMESTER OF 2009. I've added back fruits and whole grain but am still having trouble with vegetables. The closest thing I have been doing to veggies is bowls and bowls of sugar with a side of sugar. (Yeah- that's how well I've been doing.) So, really, it was nice to see part of the interview and have my memory triggered in regards to some of the horrible side effects I experience from inhaling/eating/drinking/rolling in refined sugar.
(BTW, if you haven't seen the film, or if you'd like to see it again, here's a special offer:
Until 11:59 p.m. PST on Friday, January 29 (2010), you can buy Food, Inc. for only $9.99 at Amazon.com.
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