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The American Dietetic Association soon to have monopoly on Nutrition The American Dietetic Association soon to have monopoly on Nutrition
  Legislative bills are being passed in states like West Virginia, California, Colorado, Indiana and New York to restrict nutritional services and counseling to... The American Dietetic Association soon to have monopoly on Nutrition
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American Dietetic Association is a industry funded completely by companies like PepsiCo, Coca Cola

 

Legislative bills are being passed in states like West Virginia, California, Colorado, Indiana and New York to restrict nutritional services and counseling to only registered dieticians which means that qualified nutritionist would no longer be allowed to become licensed and no longer be able to provide nutritional counseling.

For those if you who don’t know the American Dietetic Association is a industry funded completely by companies like PepsiCo, Coca Cola and GlaxoSmithKline and run by people who know little about nutrition and care more about gaining control of what you eat and five states now will be in control of the ADA if the bills pass through and signed.  The American Dietetic Association is now in control of what is served in schools and hospitals and you only have to look at what foods are served there like highly processed meats and the inclusion of refined sugars, high fructose corn syrup, refined flours and the thousands of additives to see that their health agenda is a little different from most healthy diets and meal plans. The corporate lobbyist who are the cause of all this are also to blame for the American Dietetic Association’s position in creating and promoting the concept that artificial flavors and colorings and refined sugars are completely safe for kids to ingest.

Legislative bills will soon pass throughout all the American states and the consequences thereof will be dramatic as more and more people will develop diabetes and suffer from heart disease, cancer and stroke.