Did you perhaps mean nutritionist?
- nutrition + -ism (Wiktionary)
“This chapter on eating patterns provides a nice counterpoint to the reductionism -- what Michael Pollan calls "nutritionism" -- of scientific discussion of diet and health.”
“In his In Defense of Food, Michael Pollan pretty much debunked the tenets of what he called "nutritionism" - the idea that human nutrition could be reduced to a set of macronutrients (vitamin A, the B vitamins, etc.), which could then be isolated and fed to be people to keep them healthy.”
“What really galls me about Healthy Choice is what it represents: the triumph of "nutritionism," that dubious dietary trend skewered by Michael Pollan in his bestseller In Defense of Food.”
“In these humble lumps of protoplasm, Pollan sees salvation from the tyranny of "nutritionism" — the reductive science of identifying nutrients and adding them one by one to "fortify" industrial food products.”
“Echoes of Michael Pollan's warning against the evil of "nutritionism," the ideology that sees food only as the sum total of its nutrients.”
“We have come to look upon "nutritionism" as a valid means of determining (healthy) value in our diet; food has been reduced to its composition of good and bad nutrients, but are we really eating healthier?”
“The most starkly illustrative point Pollan made about the art of "nutritionism", as he called it, is that it is such a relatively new discipline:”
“What really galls me about Healthy Choice is what it represents: the triumph of "nutritionism," that dubious dietary trend skewered by Michael Pollan in his bestseller”
“(Sometimes even healthier than their soil counterparts that undergo pathogen-related stress) Plants take up nutrients in much less complex forms than we do, so while I agree with your point that healthy soil leads to healthy plants, I don't agree with your "nutritionism" argument, at least in regard to nutrient content in adult plants.”
“Pollan's topics include a thorough demolition of "nutritionism," the reigning health ideology that offers dizzying and ever-changing advice on polyunsaturated this and low-fat that, often in the cause of selling highly processed food products.”
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