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Have you ever wondered why our country's greatest concerns are the cost of health care, the cost of drugs to treat today's illnesses, and the steady deterioration in the quality of education?

The answer lies in the American diet!

You are what you eat!

Believe It or Not!
Change Creates Opportunity
Our nation is experiencing a nutritional deficiency epidemic.  It was brought about by the desire for cheap food.  Cheap food starts with the mechanized production of grain.  There’s nothing wrong with mechanization and mass production.  But the grain-based food supply has caused our nation’s nutritional deficiency epidemic.
The deficient nutrient is the Omega 3 fatty acid which comes from green leafy plants.  Scientists have determined that we’re a nation of people that have overdosed on Omega 6 fatty acids (which come from grain).  And it’s the high ratio of Omega 6 to Omega 3 fatty acids that is causing our high rates of cancer, diabetes, attention deficit syndrome, arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, heart disease, immune deficiencies, and the list goes on and on.
This means the percentage of grain in the American diet must be reduced significantly.  The old saw is vegetables, fruits, meat (from grass-fed critters), poultry and diary products (from grass-fed livestock), nuts, and fish (not farm raised grain-fed fish) are good for you.  (For a far more in-depth study on this read the book, The Omega Diet.)  Also, our food should be fresher.  American food is far from fresh food.  The Chinese would be appalled by how stale our food is compared to theirs.
Unfortunately, neither man nor beast evolved eating very much grain.  Yet right now the entire American food industry is geared up for grain, products using grain, and oils from grain.  Some day historians will look back at our “age of grain” and wonder how ignorant we could have been.  Yes, the American drive for mass production has driven the small farmer into the towns and has created a national nutritional deficiency epidemic.
There is an opportunity in all this for investors because in time change will occur as more people learn about healthy foods, which are natural foods of course.  That change will return the power of food production to the small producer.  As that occurs the price of food will increase dramatically here in the United States.  The cost of health care and drugs will collapse.  Life will go on and be more pleasurable.
If you’re interested in learning more about nutritional health, click on this nutritional health link and check out the scientific research and essays that will be the basis for the dynamic change our society will experience in the years ahead.  From change comes opportunity.

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