If you have ever eaten an animal product, or even a vegetable for that matter, you should see Food, Inc. immediately if you have not already done so. This is not a new movie, so it may be a rental (do people still do that?) but it is worth every minute of it. Food, Inc. by filmmaker Robert KennerÂ is a jaw-dropping, thriller if Iâ€™ve ever seen one.Â If you have you ever wondered how those meat and potatoes arrived at your dinner plate, look no further. In this movie, Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivoreâ€™s Dilemma, Eric Schlosser, author of Fast Food Nation, and other great food activists dive deep into the food industry and deliver to you the most painful truth about our food system.
With fewer small companies now manufacturing foods such as meat, fish, poultry and soybeans and just a handful of large corporations in charge, the quality and quantity available has drastically been altered. The focus of our food system has shifted to profit making rather than the health of the consumer and it is now our responsibility to know where our food comes from and how it is raised or grown. Chickens now have larger breasts, are pumped with hormones and are living in toxic environments, our beef is riddled with E. Coli and our soybeans are now becoming resistant to insecticides. Additionally, our fish, cows and pigs are now all eating corn, which is not their natural diet and is causing biological changes to their body composition, thus affecting the health of those who eat those animals. Furthermore, there is something drastically wrong with a food system that makes potato chips, a highly processed food, cheaper than a bundle of carrots.
As we move farther away from our agricultural roots and closer to the factory, it is important to remember what it is that we are putting into our bodies and how the foods we eat impact our health, the environment, and the farmers who produce it.Â Our country now faces sweeping epidemics of obesity, type 2-diabetes and a host of other nutrition related diseases and we are forced to dissect all aspects of why this is occurring.
A noteworthy part of this powerful film is that it ends with tips on how to take action to make the changes you want to see in the world and, more specifically, the food system.Â By visiting www.takepart.org you can find websites and related organizations in which you can contact for information on how to be part of the change. Â So before you take another bite, watch this movie, get involved and make a change today.
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