Our Biggest Dietary Sensitivity Is Information
When you discover a food sensitivity, the shutters fall from your eyes:
“That’s why I felt so x after y, it’s because z contained w”
You count moments in your life that could have been way less painful if only you’d known.
We take in food and drink regularly — we have to, to stay alive.
But guess what we consume constantly? Information.
The quantity increases all the time, but the quality? That is up for debate. It’s the double-edged sword of this platform for sure.
Who gets more reads? A brilliant writer, concise, engaging with intriguing headlines and a huge following (but perhaps slightly lower scores on the research and balance)… or a clunky writer, with few followers, who knows their stuff?
On the flipside, an open platform.
We are what we eat. We speak what we listen, watch, read and think.