The definition of food according to Wickipedia is:
Any nutritious substance that people or animals eat or drink, or that plants absorb, in order to maintain life and growth.
Nourishment is becoming harder and harder to find, or is it? Is it "harder" to purchase fresh veggies and cut them up, roast,steam or sautee' them then to open up a box and put it into the microwave?
Is it "easier" to go to Starbucks for a Tall frappichino, extra whip, mocha drizzle, than to brew a pot of coffee at home and add a tablespoon of milk to it?
Is it "hard" to track your food before consuming it? Or is it "harder" to hear your doctor tell you that you are diabetic and have high blood pressure.
Is it "hard" to learn portion control, plan your meals, carry a cooler in your car with your food and be prepared for every meal? I mean you are going to eat right? so why not eat well?
Is it "hard" to not eat fast food? Or does it take you just as long, start to finish to fill a container of fabulous food and eat it when you are hungry.
Is all of this really "hard" or is it just a differerent way of fueling your body? Is it hard or do you just not want to do it?