Food Inc

You’ll never look at dinner the same way

A friend of mine brought up the movie Food Inc and it reminded me that I was going to write something about it after first seeing this in November. This movie will educate you on where your food is coming from, AND who our friendly farmer is… the answer will be eye opening to a lot of Americans.

I don’t want to give too much away about this movie, as I would rather my readers just go out and watch this themselves and let the facts be told by the movie.

Some questions that you will be able to answer after seeing this movie:

- Why is one of the biggest indicators of Obesity in America, a persons income level?

- Is the food supply controlled by tens of thousands of farmers or by a handful corporate giants?

- Why there is no seasons in the modern supermarket?

- What is meant by Faster, Fatter, Bigger, Cheaper?

- The surprising truth about corn and soybeans.

- What is the relationship between Government and Food Companies?

…That’s just scratching the surface

I know some documentaries are hard to get through the whole thing because it feels more like a boring lecture as facts get presented; but the filmmaker Robert Kenner made this a concise 91 minutes that was very interesting, well documented, and easy to follow movie about the current state our food supply is at in this country.

You will walk away from this movie with a much greater understanding that will empower you to make a difference in your own buying habits. Only by being informed will you be able to decide for yourself what to eat… Making the right decisions on food will not only impact your own health and physique, but your buying habits will also impact your family, and maybe even our country. Look at what happened to the Tobacco industry! Yes we can make a difference!

This movie is now out on DVD and BluRay… It is also available for instant viewing on Netflix. (Click the Banner Below to sign up for Netflix if you need an account)

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