Our Food System Is Broken – Ted Talk by Robyn O’Brien

We eat 3 meals a day.  Every single day.  But our food system is very very very broken…and it is affecting our bodies and the health of our planet.

Each of us needs to do something to improve our food system. Please.

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12 Responses to Our Food System Is Broken – Ted Talk by Robyn O’Brien

  1. I love this video. I watched it yesterday, and it spoke to every part of my being. The part of me that changed after taking an Environmental Science class in college and learning all of this first hand. It is just SO terrifying!

  2. I saw this video the other day… It’s so sad and infuriating. And, it’s so important for us to do something… Everyone should watch this.

  3. Thank you for sharing this. I emailed it to my family and friends. I’ve been moving more and more in the direction of organic whole foods (even a CSA member!) over the past few years. Now it’s time to accelerate that plan due to the awareness this video has given me. I hope to help my son and niece make that connection and change, as well. This may be one of the most important posts I’ve read this year!

  4. Yep, watched this when it came through Twitter. Definitely a must-see for everyone.

  5. Amanda says:

    Such great info!!

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  8. My grandbaby can’t eat gluten, peanuts,

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