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04-29-2019, 08:19 PM #1
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Back in the mid 1950's, seeing a really obese person - say nearly 400 pounds - was something that would happen only see once in a blue moon. Today, it's not at all that rare to see two or three people that size in a single outing.

There are lots of culprits: sugar, corn syrup, food additives, GMO's, medications, and so on. The challenges are so pervasive that there are daily TV shows often devoted to dietary issues such as seen on Dr. Oz and "The Doctors."

Obesity looks like it's climbing faster and faster in the last few years and especially in the last 6 to 12 months - at least in the people I see around me.

One reason we eat more is that our energy levels feel like they are low. We eat, hoping that will restore our energy. EMF's lower our cells' voltage.
Eating doesn't fix the cause very well, so we eat more and more often. We are also likely to eat quick foods because we don't "feel up to" preparing a nutritious meal.

We often blame ourselves for a lack of self control, when the real issue is invisible but real. By knowing the cause, we can do something about it. Ya'll gonna ignore this aren't you. lol


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"The study also found that compared with normal weight individuals, a BMI of 25 to 30 increased the risk of Type 2 diabetes and sleep apnoea by more than double, while a person with a BMI of 30 to 35 was more than five times as likely to develop Type 2 diabetes and almost six times as likely to develop sleep apnoea...."

"How extensive was the research?

Researchers looked at health, death and BMI data from more than 2.8 million adults between January 2000 and July 2018 from the UK Clinical Practice Research Datalink. This was linked with hospital data to estimate the risk for serious health problems."

https://www.itv.com/news/2019-04-29/obes...hers-warn/



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