Lesson 103 - Industrialization of food.
After around 1900 people started the migration from the farm to the city where they began to eat less fresh fruits and vegetables and started to eat more processed canned and bottles foods. As people could not make their own foods they also turned to restaurants to fill their eating requirements. As restaurants flourished demand for new methods to mass produce foods also increased. Large food factories sprang up to fill this demand. The need to be more efficient then led to the development of laboratory foods which could last on store shelves and be made quickly. Unfortunately, factory and laboratory foods further degraded our health as they move further and further away from natural and fresh ingredients. Hospitals start to grow large as people’s health further declines. Sickness now becomes part of life and true vitality is unknown to most people. Things seem bad but the worst is yet to come as the next lesson shows Lesson 104 – faster food.