Michael Pollan: Why MDMA could help your marriage
Over vegetarian pasta at the Italian restaurant around the corner from Prospect, Michael Pollan tells me why we should be eating less meat and taking more drugs. Now 67, Pollan has had a lifelong interest in what we consume, but Putin’s weaponisation of food prices gives his prescriptions more weight. “Meat eating is incredibly inefficient,” he says, adding that 40 per cent of US grain feeds livestock rather than humans. His solution: eat more plants.
He doesn’t just want more lettuce on plates. His new book, This is Your Mind on Plants, and Netflix series, How to Change…
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