Hunger for health

A public demand to know more about the content of food has resulted in a law in the United States intended to make nutrition information on food labels clearer to consumers. Numerous dietary studies seek to inform people about which foods are healthful and which, even among the old staples, are considered injurious. Specialists also offer various views on whether certain foods can help us to live longer.

What appears to be a hunger for information about food and health is, however, best fed by the truth of Christ Jesus' words in the Sermon on the Mount: "Take no thought for your life, what ye shall eat, or what ye shall .... Is not the life more than meat ...?" (Matt. 6:25).

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