“After years of trying to understand the struggle of my mom’s life, which was a constant cycle of freedom and the trappings of drug abuse and domestic violence, I’ve finally come to a resolve: while drugs and violence most certainly took their toll on my mother’s body, the idea of “food intelligence” has reminded me of the lack of nutrition present in both hers and my own life. I know now that this was by design and now I can’t look away. The truth of her metabolic bankruptcy was so much more imbued with the causes of her death than I ever thought. This truth puts me at peace. God willing, my work here will save someone else’s mother so that her child might be spared what I’ve seen. Peace.”
We live in a time of mass confusion. Often, this confusion is expressed as frustration. Frustration with our inability to find resolve and our inability to find clear solutions to what are often simple problems. In children, they blame temper tantrums on psychology, bad parenting, etc. In adults, they blame addiction on the same things. Everywhere we look from mass shootings to mass isolation our sense of discipline is under attack and our self-destructive desires drive many of our actions. If you accept that there is an underlying root cause to all the hysteria we face today, then why not look at the most common thread in all of our lives? That is, centralized food production and the globalization of nutritional standards
Fix the money, fix the food.
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