Thou shouldst eat to live; not live to eat.
- Socrates (469 BC – 399 BC)
Do you consciously eat to be alive and thrive, or do you simply eat for oral pleasure, amusement, and instant gratification?
Most people are unable to associate what they eat with disease. With our daily lives exposed to low-grade food at every intersection, many folks take the biological necessity of eating for granted, opt for instant convenience, blissfully trusting the source’s mascot; eating on-the-run with little or no contemplation regarding the outcome of their excessive, un-holy dietary choices. Author: Wendell Fowler —– Read more from The Southside Times Online, May 20, 2010