Omnivore's Dilemma Analysis

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An Omnivore 's dilemma is "what should we eat for dinner." Since humans are omnivores, they can eat whatever they want. However, all the things that people eat have side effects both for the human beings and on the planet. Some foods contain GMOs which are bad for are bad for the environment and us.
Having to think about the side effects of what we eat creates the omnivore 's dilemma. The point of the book is to realize some of the side effects of our food choices. Pollan uses the book to look at what we eat (for example, the fact that we eat so many things that contain corn) and to talk about the consequences of those choices.
He looks at the ways these food choices affect our health and he also looks at the way they affect global
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