No matter where you get your news, if you’ve been watching it for the past week, you can only have been disturbed. Whether you were
Unless you live in a coastal region, it’s likely that sea vegetables and other tropical plants don’t factor heavily in your regular diet. And indeed, why would they?
In the past few years, you may have noticed these plants becoming trendy, popping in health-food stores, in pre-packaged snack varieties, in bottled drinks you can get at the gas station.
Maybe you looked the other way! Maybe you tried them. Maybe they forged a new place in the heralded corner of your heart you reserve for your favorite munchies.
A lot can happen in 42 days. Habits form, people fall in love, zucchinis grow. And according to recent research, the bacteria in the gut
“Stay out of it” is pretty much the standard distillation of analysis regarding the prison industrial complex, at least according to most public school curricula.
Not bad advice, certainly.
But in the wake of the great informational tsunami that’s flooded the shores of the West these last few months, and in keeping with our commitment to participate in a capitalist word as consciously and ethically as we can, we can’t help but dig a little deeper into two key facts:
You don’t need a scientist to tell you that fast food is not a healthy choice.
Empty calories? Check.
Heavy in trans fat, light in nutrition? Check.
The exact opposite of mindful and grateful eating? Check.
But it’s important to understand that not only is fast food not good for you, it’s actively harmful to your body’s composition.
In a previous issue, we talked about how we’re producing more kitchen scraps than we have in over 50 years… and how we can use