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Power Trip

When Big Soda Started Stalking Me

An unlikely gift from Russian hackers

Illustration: Michelle Thompson

II love nutrition science. On my first teaching job, I was assigned to teach a nutrition course, and it was like falling in love. To this day, I love the intellectual challenge of figuring out what we eat, why we eat what we do, and how diets affect our health. I love the complexity of food issues and…

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Marion Nestle

Marion Nestle

Professor of Nutrition, Food Studies & Public Health, emerita, NYU. Writes books about food politics; blogs at foodpolitics.com, tweets @marionnestle.

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