Wake up! The American diet has lost its soul

Wake up! The American diet has lost its soul

Hello beautiful souls. If you’re unaware, we face the largest preventable catastrophe in the history of mankind. Disease, obesity, aggressive, violent behavior, intolerance, hate, injustice and pointless murders are widely accepted as the norm.

Just as we’re not born to hate each other, we’re not born to hate eating from God’s apothecary. We are taught. Subsequently, society suffers malnutrition; deprived of vitamins and minerals that feed your trillions of hungry cells. Precious vitamins and minerals are lost during processing.

Because you are affected by this lack of nourishment, it may have rendered you apathetic, less empathetic, less compassionate, and disconnected from certain realities. When the mind is starved from essential vitamins and healthy fats, it’s negatively affected. Scientific and quit simple actually.

Alas, the majority of you are contentedly sleepwalking; forgetting you’re a magnificent miracle of creation, and yet you are killing yourself softly with those fries. And it’s not your fault! You just trusted man, who can only access 10 percent of his brain, instead of God.

So there it is: you’ve relinquished your health and happiness to a machine. I remember grandma cooking, singing hymns and focusing like a meditation on her food preparation. We could taste the love. Alas, several generations are lost to convenience, microwave cooking and blind, obedient acceptance, and it shows. No longer does anyone question, authority as the bumper sticker suggests.

As you consume dead food, you become unbalanced, less than whole, malnourished, and disconnected from Mother Earth and all that’s good. Meh, you say you don’t care? For the sake of the species, you must. Like the boiling frog, don’t assume this unholy madness is normal.

We are far too deferential to the interests of big food, too invested in a corporate-serving narrative of personal responsibility with no parallel requirement of social responsibility, and too culturally wedded to a food model of quantity over quality.

Our affection for fast food has taken its toll. The feds recommend eating at least five to seven 1/2 cups of fruits and vegetables daily. America eats only three servings a day and 42 percent eat less. Two of the top five sources of dead calories in the American diet are cakes, cookies, chips, pies and pastries and soda-all with zero nutritional value.

The message is getting through, but slowly: the way we’re eating is killing us. Something has to change.

Hello beautiful souls. If you’re unaware, we face the largest preventable catastrophe in the history of mankind. Disease, obesity, aggressive, violent behavior, intolerance, hate, injustice and pointless murders are widely accepted as the norm.

Just as we’re not born to hate each other, we’re not born to hate eating from God’s apothecary. We are taught. Subsequently, society suffers malnutrition; deprived of vitamins and minerals that feed your trillions of hungry cells. Precious vitamins and minerals are lost during processing.

Because you are affected by this lack of nourishment, it may have rendered you apathetic, less empathetic, less compassionate, and disconnected from certain realities. When the mind is starved from essential vitamins and healthy fats, it’s negatively affected. Scientific and quit simple actually.

Alas, the majority of you are contentedly sleepwalking; forgetting you’re a magnificent miracle of creation, and yet you are killing yourself softly with those fries. And it’s not your fault! You just trusted man, who can only access 10 percent of his brain, instead of God.

So there it is: you’ve relinquished your health and happiness to a machine. I remember grandma cooking, singing hymns and focusing like a meditation on her food preparation. We could taste the love. Alas, several generations are lost to convenience, microwave cooking and blind, obedient acceptance, and it shows. No longer does anyone question, authority as the bumper sticker suggests.

As you consume dead food, you become unbalanced, less than whole, malnourished, and disconnected from Mother Earth and all that’s good. Meh, you say you don’t care? For the sake of the species, you must. Like the boiling frog, don’t assume this unholy madness is normal.

We are far too deferential to the interests of big food, too invested in a corporate-serving narrative of personal responsibility with no parallel requirement of social responsibility, and too culturally wedded to a food model of quantity over quality.

Our affection for fast food has taken its toll. The feds recommend eating at least five to seven 1/2 cups of fruits and vegetables daily. America eats only three servings a day and 42 percent eat less. Two of the top five sources of dead calories in the American diet are cakes, cookies, chips, pies and pastries and soda-all with zero nutritional value.

The message is getting through, but slowly: the way we’re eating is killing us. Something has to change.