Somehow I never developed a taste for veggies growing up. But reading this article has changed my mind about eating vegetables. It has never occurred to me that medicine and the food we eat are mere extensions of one another and actually have a synergistic relationship that in the end can help us achieve healthier and longer lives.
Finding out that medical science is actually helping to improve the way that the food we eat is grown and prepared has made me more confident that for as long as I lead a healthy lifestyle and eat scientifically balanced and prepared foods, I will be able to live a long and healthy life.
The relationship between food, medicine, and health is something that should have been very obvious from the start but because of the way that historically, each field has been treated as differing from one another, it will most likely take a period of adjustment for most people to accept that the three fields can actually combine into one field that is meant to help prolong lives without forcing people to eat bad tasting food or taking bitter pills to swallow. I truly believe that this is the future of medicine and I am happy to be one of the first people to have read about this advancement that is sure to benefit the current and future generations to come.
There is a saying that goes “You are what you eat.” Apparently, there is another saying that should be said alongside the previous one. It goes like this; “Your parents genes dictate the shape of your body.” That is the opinion that I created after reading the article “Fried Food Linked to Obesity”. I mean come on, it appears that no matter what I do, my parents genes have already doomed me to either a healthy figure or obesity.
I doubt that there is a person on this planet who will admit to hating fried foods. I for one love to munch of fries, onion rings, fried chicken, steak, and the like. Fried foods that taste so delicious that I would not mind eating these dishes on a