“The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Albert Einstein
How long should someone try to do the same thing before deciding to take a different approach?
In 1971 President Richard Nixon declared war on cancer. Almost 40 years later, cancer is poised to surpass cardiovascular disease and become America’s leading killer. Approximately 70% more Americans will die from cancer this year than did in 1971. Maybe it’s time to try something new?
In 1977 a Senate subcommittee released the report, “Dietary Goals for the United States.” That report declared fat as the primary enemy of good health. As a result, the National Institutes of Health declared a war on fat some seven years later and garnered the willing and gleeful support of the food industry. Now, after 25 years of no fat and low fat, the rate of obesity has gone from a steady 13% through the 60’s and 70’s to an alarming and growing 25% while 70% of Americans are now classified as overweight. Maybe it’s time to try something new? Read more on How Long is Too Long?…
“Farmers are going to deliver to the marketplace what the marketplace demands…. People have got to start demanding good wholesome food of us and we’ll deliver, I promise you…we’re very ingenious people.” Farmer in movie Food, Inc.
Do you have any idea how our food is grown, harvested, and processed? Any idea what’s in it?
Know the state of your flocks, and put your heart into caring for your herds, for riches don’t last forever, and the crown might not be secure for the next generation. (Prov. 27:23,24; NLT)
Saturday night Sharon and I had a couple of interesting and unique experiences together. Bottom line, we rented and watched a movie, which I’m eager to tell you more about, and we rented and watched that movie streamed to our computer through a new (to us anyway) technology being offered by Amazon.com.
Let’s start with Amazon. Read more on Food, Inc. & Video On Demand…