posted on Feb, 16 2009 @ 10:53 PM
How did processed foods start and allowed to flourish as normal food in the supermarkets?
Ever since i was a small child i used tho think that all the food in the supermarket was normal food. I would eat processed foods like it was a normal
part of human life. Because it was to tasty, i was hooked. I literrally thought these foods could replace breakfast, lunch and dinner. I never once
thought to research what they put in them as the taste was enough for my ignorance.
I was one of those children who ate junk food like this everyday. Even my parents never saw any harm in them.
When i look back in my childhood i was always shy, quiet, could not talk to people in they eye and was bad at maths. I had trouble in public speaking
and was always a shaker infront off the classroom speeches or hiding in the background at drama. I had trouble with memorising and speaking but was ok
in the simple things. I would stumble for words to find and would stay away from topics that regarded intellect. I never liked to learn. I was an
angry person and did not like to be around people.
When i became sick someone told me about how nature plays a role in the functioning of our body and that we should only eat what nature provides. I
read a few books, researched online and then just started eating lots of fruit in the morning, vegetables salads in large bowls, soaked nuts and seeds
and at dinner would have my normal meal salad and some type of meat source.
I became better, started functioning better, educated myself. My foggy brain went, my eyesight improved, i healed various illness and at 29 people
think im 18, Im able to bend my body and run long distances things i could never do before.
This is when i started questioning the conspiracy of what they make us eat and why we act the way we do.
So i would like to know how did processed foods companies be allowed to flourish and put chemicals in the food and we think its normal because its
tasty? Everytime i look at a supermarket now it reminds me of how fake it is.
[edit on 16-2-2009 by Applesandoranges]