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Wow, all I can say is scary. I know there is a lot wrong with the “food” we eat these days. In fact, a lot of it is food product rather than actual food. But, if you haven’t seen Food, Inc. yet, you need to see it.
A movie of this type hasn’t hit me so hard since Super Size Me, and I didn’t even eat McDonald’s when that movie came out. The creator of Food, Inc. does a great job of exposing the food industry and how it’s harming your health. The movie is very engaging and you won’t feel like you’re watching a boring documentary.
Food, Inc. is a must see for your entire family. Take a couple of hours to understand where the food you eat is coming from. It’s important, and it won’t even take as much time or effort as reading a book. This movie will be a huge eye opener for most people.
If you’re not already consuming whole, unprocessed foods, now is the time to evaluate your eating habits. With the growing obesity epidemic, and diabetes rates and other health issues skyrocketing, something needs to be done.
I know everyone is busy working hard just to put food on your family’s plates right now, but there are things you can do to put your health first without killing your bank account.
Next week, I’m going to talk about Community Supported Agriculture (CSAs), and how it could be the first step in taking back control of your family’s nutrition.
Until then, watch Food, Inc. and please share your thoughts below.