Easier to just build more hospitals and force health care on everybody. More profitable too. Funny how unhealthy everybody is though.
So you allow corporations and the government decide what's best? You think they know something you don't ?
I have extensively and I have found that they do not. Let me explain. I ate a pretty healthy diet most of adult life. Meats veggies fruits. Snacks were ice cream cookies. Drinks basically water milk and coffee. Beer on weekends. I go to the gym4 to 5 times a week and lift weights. Started getting stomach pains 1 day at the age of 41 figured it was just gas or something and after a few days had to call an ambulance to take me in at 130 am because I woke up and thought my stomach was going to explode. The did x rays and sonogram and found nothing. Gave me some softeners and pain pills and said to check with a stomach doctor. Got a MRI, said looks like my insides are bruised but nobody knows how or why. Got colonoscopy, nothing there either. They said to maybe avoid gluten, didn't really seem to know. Did an eliminator diet, and slowly added things back to my diet. Found out soy hurts, not sure if it matters if they are round up ready or not, I avoid it. Most things hurt, but soy definitely kills me. How can you wake up one day and not be able to eat anything?
Started trying organic things and fresh meat and it seems to not affect me at all. I can drink almond milk and eat ice cream made from coconut milk.
I avoid GMO as much as possible, I don't know if it matters or not because they don't label it.
I think people should know what they are eating. That's all. There are a lot of food intolerance issues now that didn't seem to be here a decade ago, and they aren't appearing in other countries.