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The most influential document in the history of food and disease is the Dietary Guidelines. They tell all Americans what to eat and drink, they dictate food and health policy programs (i.e., school lunches, SNAP, what’s served in hospitals, etc), they birthed the food guide pyramid, and they contributed to the low-fat diet craze. Join Dr. Sina as she reveals the corrupt history behind the Dietary Guidelines. You may be surprised to learn that these guidelines STILL affect ALL of us - even most foodies and food activists who have moved beyond low-fat and counting calories. Join Dr. Sina and Joel Salatin for a deep dive into the history of our modern diet, including their takeaway tips.
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