Sam Smith Wants You to Eat Healthier
Sam Smith was apparently the last living person to see Super Size Me, but now that he's remedied that pop cultural wrong, he wants the world to know that while it isn't always easy to eat well, it is really important.
Sam posted to Instagram today (August 17) about his recent food-related hardships, saying the past two months of touring have made it abundantly clear that healthy eating can feel impossible at times, especially in America. Sam also recommends you purchase Amelia Freer's book Eat. Nourish. Glow., an endorsement he says he was not paid to make.
You can check out the lengthy text, in full, below.
Just wanted to take this time to say a little piece about how my eating has been over the past two months whilst touring, and just driving home more than EVER how important I think it is for us to eat more healthy. I have been touring America for the last two months and been visiting the most amazing cities and towns. Two things I've realised, America is fucking HUGE but also.... There is a huge problem with getting access to healthy foods. It has been SO tough to stay healthy and a few times, actually impossible where I've been left with the choice of.... Eat this, or don't eat anything for a day. It's not just America it's all over the world, I know. But Lordy Lordy Lordy it's a problem. I know this is very preachy and I'm aware I have access to healthier foods now. But all I'll say is if you can.... Try find a way to be healthy. It will make you so much happier. If you can, get @ameliafreer 's book, it genuinely helps. There's many people out there that can help. And I haven't been paid to do this post.... I actually just watched supersize me haha and felt the need to post something. Especially after my experience over the last few months. Anyway, rant over. Just don't want people to be sick, and want y'all to feel good haha x all my love, goodnight x
If someone with as many resources as the famous Sam Smith can't seem to find a healthy food option on any given day, what does that mean for us unknown poors? How do you feel about Sam's lengthy thoughts on the subject? Do you try to make healthy choices whenever you can? Isn't it absurd how much asparagus and avocados cost, at least in the Northeast?