Posted 1 year ago on Sept. 16, 2013, 2:21 a.m. EST by Builder
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People keep telling me that it's so expensive to eat a healthy diet.
That depends on how much you expect others to be involved in feeding you.
Are you truly a puppet of the system? Are you ready to disconnect?
Will you take responsibility for your own choices, and your own health?
Are you looking for a magic potion? Or are you wanting an instant cure?
Is food something that comes in plasic wrappers and paper bags?
How long have humans actually relied upon others for their daily food intake?
Is it normal to expect honesty from a corporation that manufactures consumables?
These are all questions that we need to consider, when we partake of our daily sustenance.
Did you know that over fifty percent of the global population consumes just one bowl of rice per day? No sodas. No fries. No cheeseburgers. No pizza. No coffee. No donuts. No chewing gum. No candy. No chocolate. No drugs.
Just rice. These people live quite productive lives, and suffer far fewer health problems than afluent westerners.