I am ready for Monday, but this picture did make me smile:
It’s not unusual to go to a social media site and see food postings. It could be a recipe, or a cake, or what someone ate in their quest for health. So what should we eat? What really matters? (although I do like Pie Day!)
This weekend, I watched a documentary titled What The Health on Netflix. I have attached the film’s website right here because it can also be watched online. The website describes the film with this:
The film exposes the collusion and corruption in government and big business that is costing us trillions of healthcare dollars, and keeping us sick.
I was fascinated to learn that there are as many hogs as people in North Carolina… and what that means for the people in North Carolina.
The film questions why the American Cancer Society, American Diabetes Association, The Susan Komen Foundation and the American Heart Association all do not advocate eating to prevent. That includes looking at their websites and trying to interview their CEO’s.
The website discusses meat and dairy. You might not enjoy certain foods after this film. And why isn’t there a cheeseburger protection law? The film holds itself out as trying to “educate people on the impact of processed animal foods on personal health.“
Some would watch this film and not be effected by it. It’s called Attrition Bias. “It’s not going to happen to me”. That’s all I’ll say about it. You might even question the Paleo Diet. Just something to think about!
And for our pic o’ day, I relate to this!