Fed Up, the new movie about the epidemic of obesity and childhood obesity, and it’s because of the tax subsidized Agribusiness companies

Liberals are pointing this out, but it’s absolutely worth jumping on the bandwagon.

You need something to do? Here’s something to do — get involved in local food production efforts. Look in the newspaper, pay attention to your local community. There might be a community garden in your town or city, and you might able to rent a plot. It’s as though we were starving to death, but there’s a drug/poison that hides the feeling of hunger and makes one obese and diabetic.

It’s not that hard to grow food. Mostly potatoes, sweet potatoes, beans, tomatoes, corn for flour and polenta, beets, winter squash, tree fruits that grow well in your area, onions and garlic. You can dry squash for winter storage like the Indians did. She said that potatoes are very high in protein; moreso than stuff like corn or barley. Here’s a book by a woman about growing staple foods in the backyard garden:


This book is truly focused on getting as much diet as possible from the garden. She’s a big fan of duck eggs, by the way. For some reason, duck eggs have a lot of the healthy fats that the body craves.

Get involved in things that everyone is concerned about. 90% of life is just showing up, people.


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5 Responses to Fed Up, the new movie about the epidemic of obesity and childhood obesity, and it’s because of the tax subsidized Agribusiness companies

  1. doomdigit says:

    Most people I know prefer duck eggs to chicken eggs. Duck eggs just taste better. Storage can be a bit tricky as not all duck eggs fit so easily into chicken egg cartons. Ducks are a lot messier than chickens, so in some ways require more work. I like having them around, though.

  2. vikingbitch says:

    Reblogged this on vikingbitch's Blog and commented:
    I do care about what my kids eat, but since many of the obese kids out there- I would
    venture to say the majority- are minority
    mystery meats, I just do not give a damn. I y let the turdlets get obese and die an ear

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