The Importance Of Good Food

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Everyone knows that good food is a basic need of human body. People think we eat any food to stay alive. Yes, we eat to stay alive, but there’s much more to it than that. The problem is that we particular seem to have lost track of what good food is. We now no longer can judge for ourselves what is safe to eat and what is not, what is good for our bodies and what is not, where to eat, how many times a day to eat, how long a meal should last, or whether or not it is important to eat with other people. I learned that many people I know don’t take the time physically and mentally to know about the food.
I like the idea spend more, eat less that Michael Pollan mentioned in his article. I agree with him hundred percent. Americans are as addicted to cheap food. Spend more money on good food than eating more and unhealthy. You rather eat less healthy food rather than more food but unhealthy. People need to take their time to find out what they eat and spend more money for organic products at the farmer’s market. All this cheep food
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This was an article that explains how homemade food is healthier than fast food. I don’t know why I like eating somewhere outside rather than at home. I guess that I have doing the wrong choices for long time. But the huge problem is that I don’t have the time to wait at home for my mom to cook or to prepare it. Now days, people leave to work or to school in the morning and might come back at night. There is no time to come home to eat. Imagine people forget to eat because they have many things to do. I agree that eating at home can save our lives, but I liked to mention some problems that prevent us from eating at home. After reading the article, it has become clear that cooking is a healthy behavior. I was surprised that children who have regular meals with their parents do better in school and have healthier relationships. Also, eating with family or other people can increase the mental health

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