A little (literally) food for thought

by Brad

Food for thought

The U.S. uses 16 percent of its gross domestic product for health care and Americans spend just under 6 percent of their income on food.

In contrast, Europeans spend as much as 18 percent on food and just 8.6 percent on health care. People complain that eating well – whole, unprocessed, organic foods that were grown on a farm not made in a factory – is expensive.

Health care reform starts with improving our diets. Whole organic foods cost more today, but they cost a lot less than a quadruple bypass in the future.

About the author...

 discovered the benefits of natural food when he watched a loved one go from poor health to full well-being after adapting a clean food diet. Such an event opened his eyes to the power of clean foods and fueled his motivation to help others eat the best way possible for their body.

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