I don't know what's gotten in to me lately. All I seem to want to do is watch documentary films. Lately, I've been drawn to those on food and eating and agriculture in America. What I've learned is this: Things are severely screwed up. More so that I thought. But it doesn't have to be this way. There is another way available that is in the best interests of everyone. It starts with our daily, individual choices--in the grocery store, in a restaurant--and being conscious of what we are choosing to eat and drink.
I am begging you to watch these important films. The first documentary is KING CORN which came out a few years ago.
The second documentary is called FAT, SICK, AND NEARLY DEAD. And boy, is it inspiring! If you know someone who is overweight, or on loads of medications, this is the movie for them. I'm a fairly thin, healthy vegan, and it inspired me to make even more changes in my diet.
I'd love to hear your thoughts on them.