Evolution Of Food: The Evolution Of Food

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The Evolution of Food
Can people truly take the time to answer the following questions? Who produces their food, what ingredients make up their food, and when that food was produced? A few people can say they truly take the time to know how their food is process, the types of chemicals that have been used in their food, what harm will those chemicals cause to the body and the nutritional value of their food. A common point made by food advocates, Bittman, Pollan, Salvador, and Schutter, in “Obama should enact a national food policy: Recipe for a healthier America’s includes nine key ingredients” show how food is produced and consumed has a bigger impact on America well-being than any other human activity. The food industries and the diet it created have caused incalculable damage to the health of consumers and the environment. Such leads consumers to make unhealthy choices. Therefore, the Food and Drug Administration should do more to protect the safety of food from being altered with unsafe chemicals. Food should be natural to promote healthier lifestyles. In the first place, food needs to be
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Food rich in fiber, leafy green vegetables, fruits, and water, that bodies need to fight against certain diseases such as the nation escalating obesity epidemic, high blood pressure, diabetes, and cancer, have been eliminated. However, it have been replaced with ultra-sweet, unhealthy carbohydrates, fatty, and salty products that will evoke people 's desire to buy foods that look and taste good but in reality are unhealthy. This is where president Obama needs play a major role by enacting laws that ensure that every individuals have access to healthier affordable food. Such laws will not just regulations the food industries for people today, but will also, save the next generation from the downward spiral of having health issue cause by chemically processed

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