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    Great article Alessandra! The issue of proper food and the production of it is definitely a concern. Going to a farmers market or a whole foods store seems like the only resource to have confidence that you are putting the essential nutrients in your body and not a mass produced product. You are in fact right. Big cities will have major roles to play in order to clean this food issue up. The problem solver is exactly what is written in this article. "Creating abundance is something that is the antithesis of a money-making venture." The issue is money controls it all and the mass production of food the incorrect way is the "money making venture" which leads to an unhealthy world.

    • Alessandra Almannie

      If only we could rid the world of Monsanto and most GMO foods. If only we could lower the costs of organic produce. I know that most cultures wouldn't survive without GMO foods, but I believe 1st world countries should be able to obtain healthy foods; if the US can't even feed and shelter its entire population how will the rest of the world survive?