We Americans are living longer than ever before, on more medications but sicker than ever before. What's going on? Come journey through the explanation of our broken food and medical system in Destination Real Food. Registered Dietitian, Angela Jenkins, weaves the reader through the caveats of bottom line dollar-driven food policy making on a community to national level, the concerns with the current industrialized agricultural model and culminating with what can be accomplished on a personal level, in your own home or back yard. There is no food transparency with the current food system and it is substantially and negatively influencing our health and the average consumer is unaware. By empowering the reader to become more mindful of decisions around food choices and through making small, incremental changes over time, Destination Real Food shows that supporting regenerative, local food systems effects not only the person making those choices but has a ripple effect in the communities where these choices are made. The American consumer is a part of the largest economic engine on this planet and therefor this journey is one that every American has the opportunity to embark on with the knowledge that where we spend our food dollars, so goes support for that system. Every one of us votes with our fork each and every day but do we think of it in this regard? Destination Real Food shows the reader how supporting regenerative, organic agriculture, that which restores the biome of the soil, provides a healthier food option not only for the person consuming it but for our most valuable resource, the earth. This book exemplifies how building a relationship with real food, not that which comes from the larger industrialized model, helps facilitate making the right choice, the easy choice. Come journey along and see what simply daily decisions can be made to ensure not only your personal health and then, how together we impact our local food economies, ecosystem and communities.