It’s a strange time.
There is an abundant and odd refusal to accept seemingly logical connections like:
- What a cow (or animal) eats may affect the makeup and composition of the meat they are made up of.
- The quality of the soil may affect the quality and nutritional value of the food plants grown in it.
- Things that are sprayed on our food plants might end up in our bodies.
- That poisons or carcinogens around us, absorbed by us, ingested by us, breathed in by us might somehow make us sick or give us cancer.
- What we throw into the sea disappears for us to not worry about ever again.
- And so on.
Why are these seemingly innocent and straightforward statements so difficult to grasp? Or so vehemently rejected?
Why are such plain logical connections viewed as being extreme, or radical?
Is it that we just don’t care? Or just don’t care to know?
Is life better when we feel that we are being taken care of, rather than us feeling like we need to take care of ourselves?
‘It’s all regulated,’ they say. And don’t worry about it. And go on to fill their bodies with crap.
There is no evidence that ‘not worrying about it’ leads to a reduction in illness, or a healthier, happier, longer life.
The is a great deal of evidence to the opposite.