Its funny how things come full circle. Thee best diet for you is the foods that our ancestors ate 2 generations ago and before that.
Yes, we have as humans progressed as a race in so many ways! And it truly is nice to be able to live in this time and be able to enjoy the many ways that progress has shaped our lives currently. I sincerely love living in a time when people are more accepting of others as they are. I appreciate our understanding of how different brains learn so that we can better help our kids. It’s so helpful to live with the technology and all the modern conveniences that make our lives so efficient.
We have been living for several decades this way. And once things have changed on a large scale, at a point, it is necessary to take a step back to re-evaluate where we are at from all those changes. It’s important to look at those changes and see how our life has been altered because of them. What have they done to change the lives of us humans? What is good about them? What is bad about them?
This is the point where you keep the good brought about from the forward progress and it is also the time that we need to really see what is bad about what progress has brought our way and let that go. We definitely keep the progress in human rights, and continue to move forward with it. We keep the technology and continue moving forward with it. Yes, for all of our science development as well. The only category that progress has brought us into that we should not continue on is in the category of food.
This is where it is important to take a step back, and look, really take a serious look, at what our foods have done to millions of people. These foods, that have raked up our most expensive health costs ever; these foods that have brought chronic diseases to kids that historically were diseases older adults would get- is this the vision of progress that we want for people? No!
When I think of progress, I think of life made better because of who we become as human beings. The majority of foods being eaten by most Americans currently is not that positive type of progress. The progress of the food industry is a progress that we should not continue.
I don’t know why anybody needs to wait any longer before making changes to their lifestyle to be healthy. This is thee perfect time right now to make the decision to eat better for the rest of your life! This is thee perfect day to commit to yourself and to your family, that your health matters, and their health matters. Full Body 30 Day Vegan Cleanse is your step-by-step guide walking you through these life-changes. It really is made that simple for you.
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Notice: If you have a corn allergy, do not take these herbs. (They are processed with corn starch.)
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