Michael Pollan is a journalism professor at UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, author, and activist. Pollan studied English at Bennington College and then went on to acquire a post graduate degree from Columbia University, before embarking on a career as a writer, essayist and journalism teacher. His most renowned book is ‘The Omnivore’s Dilemma’, published in 2006, in which he deals with the subject of how human beings go about the process of acquiring their food. Some of his other well-known books include ‘Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation’, ‘A Place of My Own’, ‘In Defense of Food’, ‘Food Rules: An Eater’s Manuel’ and ‘The Botany of Desire’ among others. On the other hand, Pollan has also been a regular contributor of essays to some of the leading publications in the world like ‘TIME’, ‘The New Yorker’ and ‘New York Times’. Pollan has also been awarded the ‘Washburn Award’ by the Boston Museum of Science for his efforts towards making science more popular among the masses. Pollan has also delivered many speeches and given several interviews on different subjects. We have excerpted his quotes from his speeches, writings, books, essays, interviews and lectures. Presenting a collection of Michael Pollan’s quotations on omnivore, lifestyle, fruits, plants, happiness, inspiration, community, sharing, challenge, ignorance, life, love, obesity, malnutrition and diabetes.