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IMAGINE2- 2020? I'm planning for 2022.

I'd be happy to not be eating people at that point, and probably campaigning against it. Bonus points if you can connect the title and that sentence into my reference, post a comment below if you do.

I'd be eating for a healthier America. In simple words: I am not healthy. I am overweight for my height, out of shape for my age, and probably on the verge of developing a chronic disease. This is not an easy question for me to answer, however hypothetical it may be. To answer the question in a very non-specific way: Something healthier than what I'm eating now. I do not know what I should eat.

I find myself a hypocrite. An entire ocean of information, I have not found(note 'have not found', not 'can not find') a minute's worth of information in regards to this. I believe that the internet is our access to all of the world's shared knowledge. Yet something that should be very important to me remains a gray subject.

Some of the healthiest nations have a very different diet than we do(Go Go Power of the Obvious!) Considering their size, that is no small feat. Japan(Who we'll be helping out the same year as this meal) has a national diet composed mostly of seafood, rice and vegetables. While Japan obviously has exposure to the western diet, I wonder what it is that reinforces their citizens to maintain their own cuisine?

When I look for a meal, I look for the satisfaction it gives me to eat it. It varies on what I'm craving, but a satisfying meal, to me, is something that is filling and tastes good. I'm reasonably open to trying new things, but of the 33 rules/tips of being a social innovator, one of them(paraphrasing here) stated that you should not, or can not, force cultural change. While I am a believer that America is a great melting pot, I don't think 'changing to the Japanese diet' is a step in the right direction. Understanding how and why it and other works is.

On a related note, I heard about a book called Food Rules that sounded interesting. If you read it, comment below on your thoughts on it.

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