You should read "Shopped" by Joanna Blythman, it will make you think twice before going to the supermarket for your shopping, since i have read the
book i have seriously cut down on buying stuff from supermarkets and now buy a lot more produce from small local shops like butchers, bakeries, green
grocers, fish mongers etc. Its also good because it gets me out and about too
I quit eating fast food from place like MacDonalds, KFC, Burger kind etc a long time ago. The ingredients for the food is very poor quality and almost
all of it is battery/intensive/0 grazing/barn range farmed, all of which farming methods are very cruel and barbaric, the animals have no quality of
life and live lives of complete suffering, so i refuse to financially support such practices by buying their products.
I also prefer to buy organic food, for both health and environmental reasons.
I've worked in various food producing factories over my life so far, so i have seen first hand what goes into the food and how it is made. I can tell
you something, i won't be eating such mass factory produced foods like scotch eggs, burgers, sausages etc again!
Food for thought: meat that goes into burgers is often of the lowest quality, beef burgers are primarily made out of spent dairy cows, which produce
the lowest quality of meat posible and it is this same meat that also goes into dog food. So technically, food products like burgers are on the same
quality level as dog food (and this is not an exageration).
Eat a good diet and have an active lifestyle- if you don't do both of these, your health will suffer in the long term for it. If you want to have a
healthy body, good state of mind and retain a youthful appearance for as long as posible, then it is important to both excercise and eat good quality
food with good ingredients.
People seem to have very little concern over what goes into their food or where it comes from now days, this is bad because it leads to bad/immoral
farming practices and unhealthy people.