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Saturday, April 25, 2009

Child Obesity is a Criminal Corporate Conspiracy

We are all aware that America has gone fat. Obesity is rampant. I remember when I was in school. It was pretty rare to have overweight kids in class. Looking back on my old elementary school pictures, I see one person who could be considered obese among several class pictures. It was a rare occurrence. Today, it is estimated that around 1/3 of our school children suffer from obesity. Why? Simple. It's a corporate conspiracy.

Did you know that public schools actually teach kids to eat hamburgers, bacon, fries and cokes as a way to control their weight?

Would it surprise you that Coca-Cola and McDonald's spend millions on "educational materials" for schools?

Don't kid yourself that eating junk is good for you just because the calories are low. Nature gave us plenty of foods that are perfect for health. We owe it to our kids to teach them the difference between garbage and real food, don't we? Ever heard of fruits and vegetables?

Here is a short 2-minute video made by a middle school chil
d that tells the story better than I can.

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  1. Whilst I agree that there is a big corporate conspiracy involved in getting kids (and adults) fat, I DO NOT agree that fatty foods like bacon, steak and hamburger are the culprit. Fat does not make you fat, and fats found in animal foods (like meat) are incredibly necessary and there's nothing bad or unhealthy about them. These foods, as well as fruits and vegetables, are what people SHOULD be eating.

    See here:

    The real culprits are all the chemicals (colors, preservative, stabilizers, etc) processed carbohydrates (sugar and white flours) and grains we are told we should be eating masses of. Humans are simply not equipped to be eating grains.

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  3. Thanks for the information, we will add this story to our blog, as we have a audience in this sector that loves reading like this” corporate video production .


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