Tom Nardone finds quirky diet inventions, while Michael Pollan declares his food manifesto. Author Peter Glickman advocates the master cleanse and Dr. Ed Zimney argues that the master cleanse is a master scam. Artist Julia Cameron sheds pounds through writing, Laura Shapiro unearths the Works Progress Administration's foodways project, and professor Richard Mathies designs a red wine hangover device. Plus, Laura Avery serves up a fresh Market Report.
Master Cleanse; Michael Pollan's Manifesto; Diet Inventions
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In his book, Lose Weight, Have More Energy & Be Happier in 10 Days , author Peter Glickman advocates the "master cleanse." Stanley Burroughs created this lemonade diet in...
The Writing Diet
Artist Julia Cameron recommends using creativity to lose weight in her book, The Writing Diet . She discusses examining your relationship with food through journaling and...
Celebrated journalist Michael Pollan , Knight Professor of Journalism at the University of California at Berkeley , declares his manifesto in his book, In Defense of Food...
Red Wine Hangover Device
Professor Richard Mathies designs the red wine hangover device. A drop of wine is placed in the prototype, currently the size of a small briefcase, which determines the...
Discovering America Eats
Writer Laura Shapiro unearths the Works Progress Administration's 1937 foodways project, America Eats , which was abandoned because of political events. She chronicles...
The Market Report
Greens are at their peak right now. Laura Avery speaks with Paul Thurston of organic McGrath Family Farm in Camarillo.