What do we know about our food?
Unless you grow your own food, how much can you account for that plant’s purity? But wait, there’s more–is your plant (GMO) genetically modified? Do you even know? How can you know for certain?
Technical advances and food production have made supposed advances and modifications, but at what cost to the consumer? Food packaging has more information than ever and yet it takes a chemical engineer or an hour on Google to decipher the preservatives, gums, fillers, sugar substitutes, or anything that may be artificially infused. More information is better as long as the data is understandable, pertinent, and accurate.
Wouldn’t it be nice if our food history were posted on our packaging? The package would tell us when the veggies were picked, how long it took them to get to market, and if they were sprayed with any kind of pesticide, i.e. Roundup (which studies since 2003 have been saying may lead to Parkinson’s Disease)? Eating organic is probably the healthiest of our options but unless we grew it ourselves, what assures us that our fruits and veggies are untainted?
Something to ponder, today.
Posted on May 17, 2012, in Education & Support, Health, Media & Trends, Parkinson's Disease, Philosophy and tagged 2012, blog, Disease, doctor, doctors, eat, food, GMO, Health, media, medicine, nature, news, our food and pesticides and disease, Parkinson's Disease, Parkinson's Disease and Roundup, PD, PDPatient, positive thinking, stress, water, wellness, What do we know about our food?. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.