Never before in history have humans been so confused on what to eat. The roots of this confusion can be traced to the 70′s when an interesting thing occurred in grocery stores; Food began being
replaced by “food like” substances. Food, like broccoli, bananas and almonds, will be eaten by bacteria and bugs if you don’t get to it first. Food rots. “Food like” substances tend not to rot and often are enclosed in exciting packaging propped up by expensive ad campaigns. The author Michael Pollan in his book “In Defense of Food” gives three food rules to bring clarity to this confusion:
1. Eat food
2. Not too much
3. Mostly plants
Follow these simple yet powerful rules to a healthier diet.
Be well and keep moving,