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Fat, Sassy and Sick- Your Food Is Killing You

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Getting It Right With Dr Boles

Getting It Right With Dr Boles


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The food you are eating is killing you. It is that simple. I can not name a health problem that poses a greater threat to the American people than obesity and its related ailments. In 2010, more than 78 million US adults and 12.5 million children and adolescents were obese. According to recent analysis by Gallup Healthways, the adult obesity rate in 2013 was 27.2%; the highest ever measured. Projections from research supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the number of new cases of type 2 diabetes, conronary heart diseas and stroke, hypertension and arthritis could increase 10-fold between 2010 and 2020.

There are numerous scholars who have tried to educate the public about HOW to stop getting sick, but the dazzling lights of TV commercials and coupons that entice the public to "buy two for the price of one" and "biggie size" things drown out the cries of wisdom and good counsel.

Dr. Joel Wallach presented a great number of YouTube videos and even developed a line of nutrious supplements in the proper proportions to get ideal health results, but few listened. Rather, the Food and Drug Agency told people to NOT eat eggs and substitute margarine for butter and eat from "food groups" to ensure good health. Meanwhile no one looked at the data that DID NOT support the idea of eating less eggs and not eating butter lowered cholesterol nor decrease the incidence of atherosclerosis and heart disease. "Fast food" became the same as "American food" and women liberation from the kitchen when in reality, it was the beginning of American downfall.

Dr. Joel Wallach proclaims that he can CURE a number of diseases with nutrient replacement. In his book, Dead Doctors Don't Lie he lists cures for diabetes, hypertension and many other scrouges on America's healthcare system today.