"Dis-moi ce que tu manges, je te dirai ce que tu es." - Anthelme Brillat-Savarin
"Der Mensch ist, was er ißt." - Ludwig Andreas Feuerbach
They were stating that that the food one eats has a bearing on what one's state of mind and health.
The people responsible for feeding children are mothers not advertisers. Running the line that it is all to do with advertising allows adults to run a “Johnny told me to” line, which would not be accepted as an excuse from a child.
A diet very sparce of vegestables, and very replete with these mono culture foods which have been spun out of factories and dumped in boxes or packages, and they don't contain any life.
Where is our life?
You don't actually know what you are eating anymore. When you eat one item, it really is composed of 25 different things.
The other 50% is made up of upwards of 100 cows.
We offer and present unto thee, O Lord, our selves, our souls and bodies, to be a reasonable, holy, and living sacrifice unto thee; humbly beseeching thee that we, and all others who shall be partakers of this Holy Communion, may worthily receive the most precious Body and Blood of thy Son Jesus Christ, be filled with thy grace and heavenly benediction, and made one body with him, that he may dwell in us, and we in him. - Archbishop Thomas Cranmer, 1549
"Battery hens live in highly automated, windowless sheds containing up to 100,000 hens; they are cramped in long rows of stacked "battery cages." Up to 10 hens may inhabit an area of 2.33 ft sq. That is less than half the size of a sheet of A4 (8.5x11) paper per hen; they have a wingspan of 30-32 inches. Battery cages have sloping wire floors that prevent a hen from sitting, sometimes causing a hen's feet to grow around the bars leaving her immobile and starving to death. Battery cages have wire walls in which hens often get their head stuck, leading to a slow death of starvation." [continue reading]
"Battery hens are fed hormones and antibiotics; they are prone to bacterial infections and exposed to pesticides."
"The egg industry adds antioxidants to chicken feed to lengthen hens' laying cycles. These chemicals inhibit the formation of peroxides during the birds' metabolic activities, which can damage and age hens' egg-producing calls and tissues. Poultry producers use arsenical compounds to speed growth, raise feed efficiency, and boost egg production". "Some egg producers use power sprayers that roll along the aisles shooting mists of insecticides up through the cage floors onto the birds". [continue reading]
Why would I feed that to people I say I love, and care about their well-being?
"Mothers have a sacred duty to raise their children in love and righteousness, to provide for their physical and spiritual needs, to teach them to love and serve one another, to observe all Universal Laws and to be law-abiding citizens wherever they live."