This article appeared in The Atlantic recently. It piqued my interest because I’m a longtime vegetarian and sometimes vegan. Dietary theories are something I’ve spent a lot of time researching, and I’ve come to the conclusion that there’s no perfect diet that fits every single person.
The article introduces Dr. David Katz of Yale University’s Prevention Research Center. Katz is somewhat of an iconoclast, shunning rigid prescriptions for diet in favor of returning to simply eating real food—fresh, unprocessed vegetables, fruits, whole grains and meats. I couldn’t agree more. I talk about more about diet here.