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(Saturday, Dec 16. 2017 06:19 AM)
I admire what you have done here. I like the part where you say you are doing this to give back but I would assume by all the comments that this is working for you as well.


The Future of Food

The Future of Food Looks at the issues surrounding our food supply and the health consequences of ignoring those issues.
The main concerns are GMO’s, Pesticides, antibiotics and other substances and processes that have turned our food supply into a virtual cauldron of poison that has the potential to continue the nations health into a downward spiral of obesity, cancer, diabetes, heart disease and metabolic syndrome.

4 comments to The Future of Food

  • wishbone

    we are growing our own and its organic, my advice; grow your own wherever you can, if you have land, plant it, veg gardens, fruit trees, put up polytunnels, if you only have a small garden, plant raised-bed veg gardens, if you only have a balcony or window boxes grow veg or fruit bushes in them, take food production away from big industrial farming, their bottem line is always greed and control. TAKE IT BACK.!

  • Education makes people motivated. As we know that education is that factor that motivates people in every matter and in every phase of life. Everyone should be motivated. And education can do this.

  • Max

    retro sweets UK – Keep it Sweet your online sweet shop for traditional and retro sweets. Old favourites such as love hearts, and we stock a range of promotional sweets.

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