Analysis Of The Book ' Omnivore 's Dilemma ' By Michael Pollan

792 Words Jul 18th, 2016 4 Pages
The Corn Production.

It is not surprisingly to read or hear odds about the fast food industry facts, and the way they cook their meals to our body system. In which why some people suffer from dangerous diseases to their health system. According to the book “Omnivore’s Dilemma” by Michael Pollan, he reveals about the negative side of the corn production to the fast food industry. Staring by the supporting of the corn inside the chicken nuggets, and the soft drink. Secondly, we will be talking about Todd Dawson and his colleague Stefanie Mambelli. Who they prove to us how “McDonald” depends on a high proportion of corn from their menu items, and lastly we will be uncovering the health danger that comes from us buying fast foods.
Most of teenagers, and young kids love chicken nuggets, with a small cup of soda cause white and boneless meat, and also are quick digest to the empty stomach. According to Pollan “the modified corn starch that gules the thing together, the corn flour in the batter that coats it, and the corn oil in which it get fried” “Pollan 18” . In this quote, it seems that the chicken nuggets is prepare of “corn starch” and dip in “the corn oil” which it explains the high supports that comes from chicken nugget alone. On the other hand, we will be disclosing about the soft drink that most of people love to drink. And buy it mostly during the summer time, so they get a bit of energy to their day under the heat of the sun. Pollan says that “since the…

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