With record numbers of people suffering from high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity and high cholesterol, it’s time we change the way we eat and get back to basics. The ramifications of continuing on this perilous path are already taxing our overwhelmed health care system.
If Fast Food Nation and The Omnivore’s Dilemma haven’t shaken you up yet, please read Food, Inc.: How Industrial Food Is Making Us Sicker, Fatter, and Poorer — and What You Can Do About It.
This compilation of articles, edited by filmmaker Karl Weber, is titled after his documentary film of the same name. Interviews with scientists, journalists, and accompanying surveys and statistics all bear out the bad news about the American diet.
There are so many reasons to eat healthy, organic sustainable food from small farmers rather than from large conglomerates and the evidence presented in these articles is overwhelming. Do something positive for you, your family and the earth and learn how you can change your eating habits and improve the quality of your life.
Now, if I would just practice what I’m preaching . . . .