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Food is medicine: How US policy is shifting toward nutrition for better health

This is a welcome change to our attitudes toward food! We ARE what we eat! All the decades of ingredients we can’t pronounce and need a chemistry degree to decipher can’t possible be good for us! Read your labels and try to eat fresh food to limit the chemical effects on our bodies. The FDA hasn’t had our back and hopefully this is changing. Let’s all be better informed!

Food is medicine: How US policy is shifting toward nutrition for better health
The Conversation US

Diet-related illnesses cost more than US$1 trillion and immeasurable human suffering and pain. Policymakers are beginning to understand that it makes sense to support food-as-medicine initiatives. Read the full story


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