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The Bad News About Sugar

In the US, the average adult consumes 150 pounds of sugar every year. Now, if you compare that to the 71/2 pounds a year the average person consumed back in the 1700’s you can see why obesity is a problem…

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The Truth About Diet Soda

A recent study by the American Diabetic Association indicated that there is a link between a bigger waist line and drinking diet soda. The study showed that over a ten year period people that drank diet soda on a daily basis had waist lines that expanded 70% more than people that did not drink diet soda…

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Joe Pesci’s Snickers Ads are Bad for Your Health
It’s shocking to see the lengths that the corporate industry media will go through to make sure you get diabetes and other deadly diseases and cancers.  Late one night while watching television I saw this Snickers Bar commercial with one of my all time favorite actors Joe Pesci who... Read more
Being Overweight Ticking You Off?
Being overweight has never been a good mood enhancing experience unless your playing Curly in the Three Stooges or Oprah and getting paid millions (Billions for Oprah) to do it.  Otherwise being overweight is depressing, sad, embarrassing, deadly at times (heart disease, diabetes etc), and only funny to those... Read more
The Scoop on HFCS and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) has rushed across America and the world to become the most common liver disease and to this date over 30 million people have been afflicted with NAFLD which can lead to liver cancer, cirrhosis, and even liver failure. This disease does not derive from... Read more
Breaking the addiction to toxic sugars

Is sugar as toxic as chemicals? Are sweets as addictive as cocaine? Why does something that tastes so good have to be so bad for you? These are questions that were addressed in a recent interview on “60 Minutes” with Dr. Robert Lustig, a professor of clinical pediatrics at the University of California, San Francisco and an expert on childhood obesity…

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Five ways soda effects your health
The next time that you reach for that refreshing ice cold, sugary sweet, carbonated canned drink, think again.  Although it feels great to down a can of the old fizz there are some hazards that you should be aware of. Drink Soda, extract Calcium When you drink soda, which... Read more