The global population is growing at a fast rate, and consequently, so is the world's demand for food. In order to meet this demand, global food production has drastically increased over the years, unfortunately this has come at the expense of the quality of food that we put into our boides every day.
Food producers have resorted to the use of harmful practices in an attempt to produce larger amounts of food more quickly. This pursuit towards greater efficiency has slowly taken us away from our natural means of preparing and handling the food we eat. Toxic chemicals and pesticides are used to increase the yield of our harvests. Inorganic fertilizersare used to artificially frow crops faster, depleting the nutrients in our soil, which results in less nutrituious fruis and vefetables. Growth hormones are administered to livestock to speed up their growth and development. Antibiotics are used in overpopulated fish farms to acoid disease.
These are some examples of what the food industry has become. It is natural for insects to migrate onto our crops. It is natural for our crops and livestock to grow ar a slower rate. It is natural for some fish to die of disease. Trying to prevent these natural ways of life will only result in more harmful outcomes. It is for this reason that we must find other sustainable yet natural and healthy ways of eating food. This was one of the fundamental inspirations for the creation of H.E.A.L.
H.E.A.L. is 100% natural and organic, and all the vitamins and minerals are extracted from natural superfoods.
Food waste is a serious issue in today's world, reports suggest that by 2030, 2.1 billion tons of food will be wasted each year. This is equivalent to 66 tons of food wasted every second. Today, about one third of the food produced every year is wasted, yet according to the Food Aid Foundation, about 11% of the world's population is malnourished.
Ironically, despite all of the unhealthy and unnatural methods that we use to try and increase the efficiency of our food production, one third of this food is wasted regardless - which would be more than enough food in itself to feed the malnourished. H.E.A.L. produces zero food waste, as you pick and choose only what you need to consume. Our product also has a one year shelf time.
Meat consumption and animal agriculture is responsible for more greenhouse gasses then all off the worlds transportation systems combined. The consumption of meat also requires and overwhelming amount of land, water and energy. It takes more then 2,400 gallons of water to produce a single pound of beef. This is not to meantion the ethical concerns in meat production. MAny of these animals undergo animal cruelty and are treated very poorly. In addition, there has also beeen an extrensive amount of research which points to health concerns with the consuption of meat.
Therefore, a global shift towards a vegan or vegetarian diet could not only be a significant improvement for your health, but also be one of the most effective ways of combating the effects of climate change and helping the environment. H.E.A.L. is 100% plant based, vegan and natural.