Consumer behavior over the last 50 years has led to extraordinary changes in our food systems in the United States. The demand for cheap, convenient food options throughout the grocery and restaurant industries has created today’s large-scale chemical farming industry.
Each week, I highlight a false belief system around Food and Energy identified by what I call “Cauliflower Moments”.
Week 2 Cauliflower Moment:
Our separation and unawareness of the scale and steady co-dependence that our food system has entered into with the chemical industries has set us up for a total loss of food independence and food sustainability in our highly industrialized nation and economy.
I first heard this talk by Dr Zach Bush, a year ago and it was a powerful awakening for myself.
This talk reveals the multiple ways by which the market and industry forces have impacted human health and disease. The scale of the problem is only matched by the extraordinary power of the microbiome to heal our most grave mistakes.
Dr Bush outlines the concrete steps that we can take to re-engage the power of mother nature to reach food and health independence that we must reach if we are to escape the accelerating collapse of our physical, social, and financial structures.
Zach Bush, MD is one of the few triple board-certified physicians in the country, with expertise in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism, and Hospice/Palliative care.
Dr Zach points to his kids as the driving force behind his passion for change. He is fiercely motivated by a desire to have them experience a much brighter and healthier future.
If you, too share his concern for the welfare of your children’s health and of your own, listen to this talk. It will change your viewpoint, your beliefs and your life. It’s that good!
Join us on the journey to abundance at the L.A.B. What beliefs do you question? Where did they come from and why do you believe them?
Quote of the week:
“I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do.”
Leonardo da Vinci