This maybe a little far-fetched, but just as scientists are genetically modifying our food, in some sense aren’t we genetically modified too? If you look back 10 years ago, we – America, wasn’t this overweight, cancerous, nor diabetic.
Where’s all of this coming from?
I know this isn’t a normal topic I post on, but more than anything, my health – and yours – is vital to our everyday life.
Through research and numerous experiments, I wanted to share how FOOD has shaped our existence.
A week ago I watched Food Inc., and today I’m watched Hungry for Change. Both documentaries has two different angles, however both films repeated the same question and conclusion. “10 years ago this wasn’t a problem. What changed? Food!” You can find both films on Netflix.
The scariest part about this whole experiment was finding out that our grocery stores are the new fast food restaurant. No…our food is not delivered fast, I know. But the poor nutritional worth of the food from fast food restaurants are the same as in our grocery stores.
Tai Lopez explains the good life as:
What would I be to inspire you without highlighting the nucleus of your success? Your health. If you’re rich and prosperous, yet you don’t have good health, you will not be happy. Unless you’re happy getting the best hospital care.
Hungry for Change explains the truth behind “diets”–fat-free products. Food Inc. reveals how your meat is grown, handled, and manufactured.
I can tell you more, but I suggest you view the films for yourself. I will say this, though.
Trust me… We don’t know what we’re eating.
I thoroughly believe in working on the mind just as hard as we workout the body. But, in the same breath, working on the outside doesn’t do much if you’re not working on the inside. It’s a terrible thing to look healthy, but in turn not be healthy.
Because these days, even vegetables are genetically modified…