The Road to Wellville by T. Coraghessan BoyleSo begins T. Coraghessan Boyle's wickedly comic look at turn-of-the-century fanatics in search of the magic pill to prolong their lives - or the profit to be had from manufacturing it. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions.
IN DEFENSE OF FOOD - Dr. Kellogg and the crusade against protein - PBS
There can be found in the back pages of various health magazines a small advertisement for colonic irrigation. It is illustrated with a drawing of what looks like several tons of lava bursting forth from the earth's core. I have never mailed away for the booklet offered, and now that I've seen "The Road to Wellville," I don't think I need to. The movie is like an expedition through the digestive tract with gun and camera. It tells the story of an extraordinary period in the history of Battle Creek, Mich. Battle Creek was to flakes as the Yukon was to gold, and towering above the other local reformers was the remarkable Dr.
Thank you! It's a perfect fit. Battle Creek, Michigan, , breakfast-food capital of the US. Post Grape-Nuts and the Kellogg brothers have already made their fortunes, but there's still a gold rush atmosphere in town. The inventor of the corn flake, Dr. While Eleanor talks up the San with fanatical zeal, the skeptical Will, struggling miserably with the cardboard food and fatuous pieties of his fellow-diners, is as lonely as Winston Smith in Another New York arrival, engaging young hustler Charlie Ossining, is in town to start his own breakfast- food company with partner Bender.
Thomas Boyle appears to be media-wise along the lines of our own much-promoted Will Self, trailing an image of drug use and wacky raggedy-ass alternativeness, while in fact cultivating the right connections and leading a bourgeois married life with steady job, three kids and red BMW in driveway.
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