Malnutrition

Does it follow (as night follows day)
if we are what we eat, as they say,
exclusively feeding on what is misleading
turns anyone’s mind the wrong way?

 

Why do we fall for fake news?

 

image: The Conversation

inspiration: Diet from a random word generator

12 thoughts on “Malnutrition

  1. Great point to ponder Dave. I am on a “diet” as I tend to be all or nothing when focused on a topic. I am not really into chocolate but I have been a voracious reader since I was a child. The brain keeps those habits and if attention is not pointed in the direction of something edifying, the results can be detrimental.

      1. A snack now and again is not bad but some people don’t like anything too “difficult” to process. I’ve been hearing that word a lot recently. Thinking fights brain decay.

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