We watched a movie on Netflix the other night, "Plant Pure Nation" that went over how few options for fresh food there were to some residents in some cities, but there was no shortage of fast food outlets.Many of us are saying NO to manufactured foods, the only way too assure the food you eat is REAL is to pay heavily, or grow your own. In the poorest parts of America the only options are fast food or frozen pre-packaged foods packed with preservatives and untold amounts of sugar and salt. Also, farmers markets are becoming the norm, we have several every weekend during growing season where a few years ago it was a novelty.
Tell that to someone who needs the pills to live or to manage pain. Diet doesn't solve everything.If you're concerned about your health and quality of life, it should matter what you eat.
For example, prescription pills should not be a regular part of a healthy person's "diet".
Longevity of life is mostly genetic. My family doesn't get much past 60 no matter what we eat. I have some health nut relatives and they still check out around the same age as the party animals. My wife's family is opposite with same same dynamic.Yea but I would prefer that they have to wait a little longer for me.
Agreed. Quality of life is key. Someone who eats nothing but junk has a much better chance for a poor quality of life in their later years. Whether I live 60 years or 90 years, I want to stay mobile and active for as long as possible.If you're concerned about your health and quality of life, it should matter what you eat.
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