Vegans have been around for thousands of years and veganism is still popular today. In fact, a new study reveals 9.6 million Americans are now vegan –a 300% increase!
But what happens when you eat very processed vegan meals and snacks every day? You can still develop chronic illness, which you don’t really hear about out there. The fact remains, even with the complete saturation of toxic chemicals in our soil all across the country and our plants now beyond contaminated, you still see more and more people turning to the vegan lifestyle.
‘Big Food’ has worked tirelessly, pouring billions of dollars into propaganda over the last 100 years to turn the masses into people who distrust certified organic food, which has worked! Just look around and you can see most everyone barely able to walk around and suffering from chronic illness, chronic pain and addicted to pills.
Now, I’m saying that certified organic food is perfect, because nothing is, but wouldn’t you prefer to eat food that’s at least protected by the strictest food quality certification in the world, than to eat contaminated ‘food’ that is guaranteed to poison you with pesticides, herbicides, toxic fertilizers, sewage sludge, ground up diseased carcasses and everything else they can throw in there?
And certified organic produce is cheaper now than ever before –often the same price as pesticide-raised produce, when in season of course.
But hey, even if organic produce does cost more, it’s a lot cheaper than chronic illness and it feels a lot better than chronic pain, right? Because that’s what all chronic illness and chronic pain comes from –eating and drinking poison every day. I know, I know, you were told it’s all in your genes and therefore there’s nothing you can do except swallow pills for the rest of your life, I get it, but not only is that one of the worst health lies ever told to the masses, but this lie alone kills millions of men, women and children each year.
But again, back to “what is a vegan meal replacement?”. The best vegan meal replacement should at the very minimum be certified organic, but the quality shouldn’t stop there, since the organic certification that is regulated by the USDA, only requires the soil to be 95% organic, which means certified organic soil can still have 5% contaminants in it!
Sure, this is better than 100% contaminated soil, but I think you would prefer to eat 100% uncontaminated soil, right? Well, I have some good news for you, because there is still 100% pure, uncontaminated soil left, but not much unfortunately. Where can you find this very rare food grown in this very rare soil?
Right here actually.