Featuring Food Advocate: Robyn O’brien

If you give this to your children

I am a believer that we need to see a major change in our food production because our health is on a very serious downward trajectory based on the current system. It can sometimes feel like an uphill battle against all these giant conglomerations of companies, especially when you walk into a grocery store and see 90% of the store taken over with commercial, highly processed food options. Things we shouldn’t even call food.

I’ve gotten flak before for buying organic and being a bit strict about what comes into our house food wise. It’s because when you really educate yourself about the food system, you will find disgust at what’s being allowed in for consumption and the facts are daunting.

Connecting with powerhouse people who are advocates for our health, food safety and future farmers of America is what keeps me inspired that things can change.

One of these powerhouse people I want to introduce you to, if you haven’t already discovered her is former financial and food industry analyst turned food advocate, Robyn O’Brien.  She’s one invigorating and educated powerhouse.

Ted Talk:



Her Book:  theunhealthytruth


Click here for a Tony Robbins Podcast featuring Robyn O’brien

Click here for a : ClifCast featuring Robyn O’brien

Click here for a Natural MD radio Podcast featuring Robyn O’brien









About healthyeasyfoods

Food makes me happy. Fake food and chemicals being added to my food do not make me happy. I have a growing concern about two major things. 1. The quality of food. 2. Our choice of consumption of food as a nation. With this being said I can understand how an American lifestyle influences fast, easy and cheap to be the three magnet factors to food choice however I think we need to go back to the basics and remember just how easy it is to make good food, good for you without breaking the bank or spending hours sweating away in the kitchen.
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