If you like Food Inc., you should def read The Omnivore's Dilemma by Michael Pollan!! Food Inc. is actually almost entirely based upont his book. The book is much more informative in my opiniona nd I suggest it to anybody who cares about the food that they put into their body. Here's his link: www.michaelpollan.com/omnivore.php
I watched the movie trailor a few days ago on the Stonyfield Farms website. It looks really interesting. I am really trying to buy organic as much as possible. Like the movie said, everytime you buy organic, you are casting your vote at the cash register. I really want to see the whole movie, but I dont think it's coming to my city.
It's kind of preaching to the choir since we already know the importance of eating clean whole foods - but it's still definitely worth checking out. Very well done film. You learn a lot about the politics of food such as why junk food is cheaper than vegetables, etc. There's also a lot about meat that really made me rethink how clean it is. I've decided to become a "flexitarian" as much as I hate that word and think it's silly, but I only plan to eat meat and poultry when I know that it's organic, grass-fed, etc.
In case you're losing your motivation, the film is great for inspiring you to want clean, local, organic foods.
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