Artificial Ingredients – What Are We Eating? Need To Be Healthier! The Rod Kim & Vince Cirino Self Deprecating RKVC Pop Rock Pop Up Videos.
Artificial Ingredients – What Are We Eating? Need To Be Healthier!
With all the artificial ingredients in today’s food, what are we eating? We really need to be healthier. In today’s episode, Rod Kim and Vince Cirino of RKVC attempt reading labels for foods with bad nutrition. It just all proves we’re consuming junk. These artificial ingredients are bad nutrition and we need to be healthier. Consuming junk and artificial ingredients will eventually catch up with us, so reading labels shouldn’t be this hard.
Can you pronounce half the artificial ingredients in the food you eat? What are we eating anyway? Today’s episode may seem like good fun and self-deprecating humor with Rod Kim and Vince Cirino of RKVC, but the reality is that most of us would probably have a hard time reading labels of the artificial ingredients we eat. We’re just consuming junk and more bad nutrition!
The Self-Deprecating Romantic Pop Rock Duo of Rod Kim & Vince Cirino bridges the gap between songs of heartbreak and love without making you want to jump off that bridge. They write good music and are just as guilty, if not more, of consuming junk and all of these weird, artificial ingredients. It doesn’t make it any more right though, we all need to take some time and look at what we’re eating. Bad nutrition comes from consuming junk and these artificial ingredients don’t help. If reading labels is this hard, we probably shouldn’t be consuming junk like that anyway. Be sure to subscribe to this YouTube channel, “Like” on Facebook, Follow on Twitter and Pin on Pinterest. RKVC is all over the internets with self-deprecating humor, electronic pop music and dozens of stupid videos just like this one.The Self-Deprecating Romantic Pop Rock Duo of RKVC bridges the gap between songs of heartbreak and love without making you want to jump off that bridge. Rod Kim & Vince Cirino: Mixing the feel & soul of the singer/songwriter genre with a noncommittal love for modern electronic pop.