The Fall of Man


Will food be the fall of man? Just saying.

Photo courtesy of Ultimate City Fitness.

About celestedimilla

Hey there. I’m Celeste, California girl, writer, psychotherapist and burgeoning plant-based foodie.
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7 Responses to The Fall of Man

  1. laurasmess says:

    That is such a great illustration. It actually made me stop, think and… mourn the loss of human fitness for a while! I think that this should be used as part of a government education campaign!

  2. eatpraybake says:

    Thanks for the link, I totally agree with Laura. Still, I dislike the government system that still continues to allow for these things and the large food industries that foresee health of consumers as the last thing in mind. Education for health and nutrition is definitely something that needs to be improved fast!

    • Since going plant-based, I’ve lost faith in whatever the government has to say about nutrition. In my opinion, if we follow the governments guidelines for nutrition, we’re digging ourselves an early grave. As you say, I don’t think the government cares that much about societies health because they are too swayed large food industries. When I really think about these issues, I get frustrated. Hopefully things will change in the future, and maybe our voice as bloggers will be part of that change. Celeste 🙂

  3. Sanctified Brother says:

    I believe it will, in some form or other… Food (more so, appetite) is what got our original parents in trouble back in the garden of Eden!

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