What happened to us.

What happened to us is not a question any longer.  What happened to us is now known.  The health of the population, obesity rates, inflammatory issues like diabetes, heart disease, depression, asthma, allergies, and arthritis have a known cause nutritionally.

The American government and connected health associations have been stuck in the 1960s with recommendations of 50% of calories from carbohydrates, low fat, no saturated fat, low cholesterol intake. The basis of these recommendations come from corruption and political correctness.

http://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamainternalmedicine/article-abstract/2548255

Evidence that these recommendations are wrong.

These recommendations are actually the creator of the current health issues related to the LEADING causes of illness and death of the American population.  Keep in mind that eating happens everyday, multiple times a day and for years and years and years and years.  When something is detrimental to health, chronic use of that something can only lead to a bad result. When that something is found in a plethora of food products and all the eating environments, chronic use is a given.  A big red flag here is that the government has been telling us to do this “bad” thing for more than 50 years.  It begins in the school systems with nutrition education and actual breakfast/lunch meals, and it continues at the doctor’s office and the pharmacy.  The issue is seeped in agriculture practices and government subsidies supportive to these wrong recommendations.  So…..this means the government, the medical industry, the agricultural industry and big Pharma need to stop and restructure.  Immediately.  I’m hopeful it doesn’t take another 50 years.

Updated science has been indicating that a high fat and low carbohydrate intake is what leads to the best health. The message needs to be known that sugar AND carbohydrates (which convert to sugar/glucose in the body and spike insulin) need to be limited significantly in daily food plans.  Fat can and NEEDS to be consumed and good oils can be less expensive because of government subsidy support: including avocado oil, olive oil, sesame oil, coconut oil.  School lunches will have a low carbohydrate content and be prepared with good oils.  Medical professionals can stop promoting a low fat approach to weight control and guide the entire population based on updated nutrition science.  Diabetes educators can stop supporting a carbohydrate consistent meal plan and educate on low carbohydrate eating to reduce dependence on medications and support weight loss when needed.

Will the current beneficiaries (pharma, soy bean farmers, corn farmers, potato farmers, high carb food industry companies, etc.) cause a delayed response through government lobbying efforts?

What happens if the population’s health improves drastically? Will children actually have a chance to avoid the medical dependency as adults that comes with getting ill from this?

What can happen to us?…. Wellness, clear minds, less food waste, satisfaction…  Sounds just delicious.

#newmenuesforschoolmeals #stopcornsubsidies #startcoconutoilsubsidies #startavocadooilsubsidies #accountability

 

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