The secrets behind what you eat

May 24, 2016

I’m learning more about how food can change your life, right now, and in particular, what I'm wondering about is how do all of the food chains end up the same way? I was reading The Omnivore's Dilemma by Michal Pollan and this question caught my attention because when I was learning food chain in science. I was wondering why to do all of the food ends up the same way. Also, while my teacher was teaching us about food chains I was still wondering that same question.

“All these food chains end the same way—with a meal." (Chevat and Pollan)

The quote I chose here is basically saying that the food chain ends up the same way but end up with a meal.

I think this is strong because It makes me wonder why do food have so many ingredients? the reason why I was wondering about this question is because while I was reading I saw a little note to the side of the book and I saw a lot of unknown ingredients.


Chevat, Richie and Michael Pollan. Young Readers Edition: The Omnivore's Dilemma. New York: Dial Books, 2009. Print.