Dinner “They don’t talk about addiction in the food industry even though they traffic in addiction. They talk about cravability,” explains writer and activist Michael Pollan in the latest RSA short.

And that cravability doesn’t come cheap — at least, not for the people eating the food.

When Pollan began learning about nutrition, he found that the single biggest factor in whether a person was eating healthily was where that person was getting their meals. Were they cooking food for themselves, or letting a corporation do the work for them?

Watch the video to learn about why outsourcing your dietary choices could be costly to your health.

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