If Today's Food Creates Illness, then Who is Responsible?

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According to Jeani-Rose Atchison, author of Food for Thought - Thought for Food, the food we consume today may be doing more than just nurturing us. In Atchison's latest work she explores this controversial topic and shares information that the food industry would rather not have you know.

The decisions a consumer makes in their own kitchen is extremely powerful. We have the ability to stop the corruption of our food system if we choose to.

There is an epidemic of ill health across the world and it is linked to the type and quality of foods that people eat. Understanding the food choices available and the consequences of those choices may just reverse this health trend. Atchison reveals startling food processing procedures that will leave no doubt as to where these illnesses originate from and who is responsible for them. Food for Thought - Thought for Food explains the importance of returning to a natural whole foods diet. It also provides simple, easy to follow plant based recipes to make it happen.

The issues raised in this book are affecting us all internationally and are not limited to one region. Statistics and information come from around the world including Australia, the U.S., China and the U.K.. Atchison is an American currently residing in Australia so a good deal of her research and statistics are based from there.

"The decisions a consumer makes in their own kitchen is extremely powerful. We have the ability to stop the corruption of our food system. There is current research showing the connection of GMO's, MSG, and Fluoride to infertility, brain lesions, obesity, bone cancer and more. With cases of world wide reproductive abnormalities and swiftly raising incidents of childhood diabetes, it is critical to make these changes now."

Food for Thought - Thought for Food is available through bookstores and online. For details on how to reserve your copy go to; https://healthywholefoods.secure.myob.net/gallery/Uncategorised/food-for-thought-thought-for-food-australia-edition/103725
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