As mentioned in a previous post time is extremly tight in a mothers life.  Moms are so exhausted from running around all day and a mothers work is never done, so after the kids are in bed we can treat ourselves listening to “The Food Babe Way”.  We would love to read the book, but we just don’t know when we would have the time to sit down and read.  The opportunity to hear it instead on audio offers the freedom to enjoy the book and do other tasks at the same time.

Here is my review so far of what I have heard how Vani Hari who started blogging at night after she got home from work and eventually she left her job in order to work on Food Babe full time.  I admire how determined and motivated she must have been to make this life change, leaving your steady income to blog.  I for one understand how blogging really doesn’t make you any money until you build a huge audience and even then it’s not consistant.  The reason Vani Hari decided to start the Food Babe blog was because she got very sick from years of eating processed food and junk.  This part of the book really resonates with me as well as I went through a horrible time where I felt very sick because of the food I was eating.  I know this because if I start straying a bit and eating bad foods immediatly my symptoms  resurfaced.  This too was a reason I started my facebook page gmofreebabies at first.  I never wanted my children to feel as sick as I had been and when I found out about GMO’s in babies formula and food, I felt I had to do something.  I wanted to research the food I was feeding my babies, and I figured I might as well let others know anything I found out, at the same time.  I really do think that Vani wanted to let others know all the things she was finding out so they could feel better too.  I wont give you all the details of “The Food Babe Way” so you can enjoy the book yourself, but then it goes into what she had to do to get Kraft and some other companies to change things they were doing.  I think it takes a lot of courage to do what she did, to go up against a big company and tell them they need to change.  And I don’t think it has been easy trying to expose toxic chemicals in our food.  I can imagine it makes you a hate target.  Since I joined twitter I noticed a huge presence of “trolls” that will jump on you the first thing you mention anything bad about GMO’s.  And especially bad is if you say anything on the Food Babe twitter account.  It’s funny because these “trolls” pretend to be regular people but how is it they are online all day waiting for someone to mention a GMO?  Don’t they have a job?  Oh wait I forgot, that is their job to sit around and insult anyone who questions a chemical or a GMO.  According to them anyone who dares to ask if GMO’s are wrong are uneducated dumb hippies!  I guess we should all just never question, never ask and just close our eyes and let others decide for us…  So I don’t think it has been easy for Vani, with people trying to bring her down online all the time.  And if you don’t like someone that’s fine, but to make accounts and your soul purpose is to talk bad about someone sounds a little fishy.  There is even twitter accounts using her image with horns on it.  I guess she is really making some big businesses somewhere very scared.  All those people that are literally just working at fighting everything she does though, just makes me want to hear what she is saying even more.  What is it you do not want us all to know that you pay people to slander others?  Helping others eat healthy can only be a good thing.  They keep saying that America keeps getting unhealthier and we need a change.  So anything that encourages others to eat better and change what they are doing is great in my books.  I am still listening to the Food Babe Way as it is 9 hours long but I’m enjoying what I’m hearing.  I hope you can give me some feedback as to your experience reading to listening to “The Food Babe Way”.  If you would like to listen to the audio book for 30 days Free you can check out this link: Try Audible and Get Two Free Audiobooks