That future is quite absurd because eating food and sharing mealtimes with others are some of life's greatest pleasures. Unfortunately however, for many, eating has become a battleground for fighting off advertising, calorie counting, label scrutinizing, hyper-palatable food temptations and so much confusion.
I turn to the concept of 'Real Food' because it's the simplest way I can think of to convey eating, in the way that you were meant to, in a way that's gentle with yourself and not judging and weighing and measuring. Real Foods aren't generally processed and packaged. Real Foods don't get advertised or branded. Real Foods often don't even have much in the way of a nutrition label.
Real Foods might make my job as a dietitian and little harder to analyze, but they more than make up for it in being able to promote health and well-being in those that take the time to find out the Real Foods that nourish them.