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Remarkably, most of us have already become unhealthy eaters. These days, we prefer to eat far too much starch, cheese, red meat and sugar than eating natural foods like fruits and vegetables. Now, we consume larger amounts of calories than we ever did in the past.
Our clean eating habits are poor because we are culturally over wedded to a food model of quantity over quality, as we are extremely deferential to the interest of big corporations. Although great efforts must have been made on the intake of yogurt and chicken, as well as sugar and beef, yet it may not be universally healthy to take on wildly popular processed items like noodles, pasta, fried foods, confectionary and pizza. These foods do reflect our skillful ability to create a diet by trying out new foods that are greatly multicultural which are almost all bastardized versions of their original incarnations.
Even though most of us have made considerable healthy efforts in lowering our consumption of beef and soda, and eating more chicken, our level of fruit and vegetable consumption is still significantly low.
Due to the disgraceful nature of our food system, a significant percentage of our population is not spared by the number one killer, diabetes and heart disease. Honestly, something has to change because the way we are eating is killing us.
The mission of GTCL is to introduce lesser known superfoods like pili nuts and honey from stingless bees that have not been affected by commercial farming - bringing benefits to consumers and also helping promote biodiversity.