Overfeeding, Obesity, Economics

Overfeeding, Obesity, Economics

The economics of food, health and wellness is a topic that both fascinates and disturbs me. After reading books like Fast Food Nation and The Omnivore’s Dilemma, seeing movies like Super Size Me, my confidence in our nation’s food industry is extremely low. If you think about it from the standpoint of economics, large food companies are vested in one thing – money and profitability… at the expense of anything else, including our own health. Paul Zane Pilzer puts it well discussing economics, food, supplements, and wellness in this interview. Thoughts?

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Mike P practicing handstand push-ups on paralettes


Today’s Workout

Complete as many rounds and reps as possible in 20 minutes of:
400m run
Push Ups (max set each round)

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