Friday, October 26, 2012

Sugar Linked to Childhood Obeisity

"Evidence is mounting that sugar is the primary factor causing not just obesity, but also many chronic and lethal diseases...

For the first time in history, "lifestyle" diseases -- diabetes, heart disease, and some cancers -- are killing more people than communicable diseases. And treating these entirely preventable illnesses costs more than one-seventh of the U.S. GDP. It stands to reason then that simply preventing these diseases could save the US health care system around one trillion dollars a year.
One of the primary, and likely most effective ways of preventing these diseases would be to curb the outrageous over-consumption of sugar." Continue Reading

And the over-consumption of animal products, I might add.

No comments: