You've heard of him, right? He's on talk radio a lot. He was half seriously suggested for Secretary of Agriculture. He writes about the horrors of the western diet, the history of food production in the US, the findings of food science and a lot of what he says is very close to my "Italian Grandmother" approach to food shopping, which is basically buy frugally/ eat better. I personally recommend greens and beans, my friends, lots of them, with pasta and potatoes too! Meat 2 or 3 times a week, fish once a week, salad every night.Fruit for dessert. Diversity is the key to good health. And watch those portions!
Read "In Defense of Food, An Eater's Manifesto", then loan it to your doctor.