Norton Center for the Arts - A conversation about the ethics of food in everyday eating featuring Marion Nestle, PhD and Daphne Miller, MD

Based on the claim that eating is the most common and direct ethical action any of us engages in, this insightful presentation takes a broad look at the consumption of food as an ethical act and offers ways we can change our lifestyles. “We are what we eat” means we make the world in the image of our own meal. Marion Nestle, PhD, is a consumer activist, nutritionist, and academic who specializes in the politics of food and dietary choice. Her research examines scientific, economic, and social influences on food choice and obesity, with an emphasis on the role of food marketing. Daphne Miller,MD, is a family physician and author, who also teaches nutrition and integrative medicine at the University of California, San Francisco and lectures nationally and internationally. She has appeared on Oprah radio and the Dr. Oz TV show, among others.