Essay: To eat or not to eat - on dietary advice for real people

Eating has become so much more than a way to get nourishment. What you eat can be a stand for a better world for humans as well as animals, for domestically produced products or national agriculture. world, or for domestically produced products and national agriculture. Food can also be a way to build the perfect body and maximise muscles or get more beautiful skin and hair. What you eat, or even better what you don't eat, is a form of identity. Lena Andersson's entertaining and accurate essay is about the individual's lonely struggle, at best with, at worst against, their own body and health, and about the state's impossible and probably increasingly erroneous mission to get us all to eat properly.

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